Who is the Bear's 2nd string QB?
LeFevour to Chicago at 181
it's LeFevour now. Then when he destroys Cutler, he will be the undisputed starter, at which point he is going to juke Urlacher out of his ACL.
As a Bears fan, I'm waiting for Cutler to implode and wants out of Chicago. I'm hoping this kid can step up and be the next Kurt Warner!
Where quarterbacks go to die.
Lefevour now, Rex Grossman was the one before? Not sure...
Dan is so underrated. I think this kid has a real chance to do something in the NFL. To bad qb's and receivers go to die in Chicago. He's from Illinois so maybe he will be an exception. I'm happy for him.
Their current backup is Caleb Hanie. So yeah, Lefevour will have a chance to be the backup if not this year then the following year. He's definitely going to beat out Brett Basenez for the 3rd string spot if Basenez is even still around.
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LeFevour threw a pass at the end of the GMAC bowl that was one of the best you will ever see. The highlights below didn't catch it, I think it was a long third down conversion right before his last TD, over a LB and under a Safety. He has the touch you can't teach.
I think he is a better value than Tebow; I'm not glad he will be in the Black and Blue division, perhaps terrorizing the Lions.
Lefevour is going to be a good QB and I'm not saying that because I'm a Central student and watched every CMU game the past two years, he's got the tools.
Very underrated and being in a draft loaded with many other good college QBs, it was tough for him to float to the top as he would have in any other draft. With a year or two on the bench to develop and learn, he is going to make a good backup until he is given a chance to become a starter and play.
MAC QBs have a history of being successful in the NFL.