The Chicago Bears are tasked with a major challenge in 2015 when it comes to the opposing quarterbacks they’ll square off with during the regular season. Here’s our list of The 5 Toughest QBs The Bears Will Face In 2015.
We’re not necessarily including the Bucs rookie for what he’s likely to do in month two of his first year. We’re including him more because he presents a very unique hybrid of mobility, arm strength/accuracy, and game management that the Cowboys haven’t yet seen in the middle of game action.
4) Matthew Stafford (October 18th/January 3rd)
Stafford is one of the most prolific passers in the league, though that hasn't always resulted in wins. However, Detroit is determined to get back to the postseason this year, adding to the intensity of their Week 17 matchup against the Bears.
Plus, he has a guy named Calvin Johnson he can throw to - which would make any quarterbacks look great.
Wilson’s legs are the X-Factor, but it’s his decision making and ability to draw defenses away from his targets with his eyes that makes him so deadly. There are very few who have been so clutch so young, and it’ll only get tougher with him leading a Seahawks team with a Super Bowl-sized chip on their shoulders.
2015 may very well be the future of Hall of Famer’s swansong, which means that he’ll be all-in and then some on finishing his career with another Lombardi Trophy for the shelf. A motivated Manning is a scary Manning, and that’s just who the Browns will be getting in late November.
The reigning MVP gives every opposing defensive coordinator nightmares because of his elite arm strength and accuracy to go along with his athleticism and great decision making. Rodgers makes every one of his offensive weapons look that much better just by throwing them the ball, creating an offensive juggernaut.
To make matters worse for the Bears, they'll face Rodgers in the season opener and on Thanksgiving after a short week.Back to the Chicago Bears Newsfeed