Found this write-up linked on GCC but it doesn't really say anything earth shattering, in my opinion. The reason I'm posting it, I need some help understanding something the author wrote.
--Who’s the backup quarterback? Marquise Williams and Mitch Trubisky spent the preseason going back and forth. My guess: Williams would replace Bryn Renner in short-term situations, or if an injury happened late in the season. If for some reason Renner can’t play for an extended time early on, though, Trubisky just might be the guy.
Is the logic behind this statement obvious and I'm just having a major brain fart? I can't really think of a reasonable situation where this would make sense. Maybe the offense suits one of these guys styles better? To me, it seems like if one QB is a better choice in the short-term, he'd also be better in the long-term. I didn't research either QB but maybe one is a senior and his experience would be beneficial over a longer period of time but the youngan can use the reps but long-term is too risky? Either way, it's not that important but it's driving me crazy. I'm not saying this guy is wrong, it's his opinion after all. But I can't wrap my mind around it.
I'll hang up and listen.