Bears fans are already waiting on the NFL Draft, and they know who to get
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Things aren’t going well for the Bears so far this season. On top of being 0-3, they are piling up injuries and don’t have a whole lot of talent to work with.
After their latest loss Sunday against the Seahawks, fans are already putting the young season to bed. The fans not only want to fast forward to the NFL Draft, but they already have a player in mind, Cal quarterback Jared Goff.
With the first pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select Jared Goff, Quarterback, University of California, Berkeley
— Matthew Hickey (@Da_Hickster) September 27, 2015
— greg wixted (@gwixted) September 27, 2015
And with the #1 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, The Chicago Bears select Jared Goff, QB, Cal
— Jeff Jimenez (@Jeff_Jimenez) September 27, 2015
And with the first pick in the 2016 NFL draft the Chicago Bears select Jared Goff, Quarterback, UCal. Aaron Rodgers 2.0.
— Naj (@RealNirajP) September 27, 2015
But don’t worry, fans are totally keeping their expectations for the not-even-drafted-yet quarterback totally in check…
Chicago drafts Goff first overall, dethrones Aaron Rodgers two years later.
— Ian Ingram (@positivitIAN) September 28, 2015
Jared Goff will bring Chicago to the superbowl
— Kорнелиус Вашингтон (@First_sIav) September 27, 2015
If Chicago gets Jared Goff first or second overall I won't even be mad about this season. He'd do work with Kevin White
— Firstname Lastname (@Santino_Rizzo) September 28, 2015
Jared Goff is gonna be fun to watch in Chicago next year.
— Nick Kostos (@TheKostos) September 28, 2015
One fan went so far as to change Goff’s Wikipedia page, claiming the Bears have already drafted the young Cal quarterback.
— David (@StewieSpliff) September 27, 2015
Goff has been impressive through the first four weeks of the college football season. He’s averaging more than 300 yards through the air a game with a completion percentage over 70 percent in every game except one.