Bears fans would likely admit acquisition of any veteran signal caller would end in an outright position battle though Bears' GM Ryan Pace has already tabbed Trubisky as his week one starter for 2020. Mariota would fit well within Matt Nagy's offense given his similar style to Trubisky though that style has yet to produce results. Mariota was finally benched in 2019, giving way to Ryan Tannehill, who seized the reins and led the Titans deep into the playoffs, proving that the Tennessees' woes to that point were, indeed, due to Mariota far more than offensive scheme or coaching. Mariota, at only 26 years of age, will get another shot under-center in the NFL but isno more than a dynasty stash as an emergency back-up to the starting quarterback for the team he signs with. Marcus Mariota is found as DLF's QB35.