Following his second consecutive poor start, it's fair to wonder if Caleb Haine is the answer in Chicago.
"It's going to be tough right now to pick up a quarterback that hasn't played in the Mike Martz offense," Hester told ESPN Radio (via ProFootballTalk.com). "This is a difficult offense to run, so as far as a quarterback who hasn't played in the offense, right now it's going to be a waste of time."
Martz, Chicago's offensive coordinator, runs a complicated scheme, meaning McNabb would have to play a whole lot of catch-up to allow the Bears to work off the entirety of their playbook. Then there's all that business about McNabb's woeful production during his runs in Washington and Minnesota.
"We're going to stick with the guys we got right now and hope we get better with those guys," Hester said.