When meeting with the media via Zoom on Wednesday, Bears head coach Matt Nagy seemed to indicate that Mitchell Trubisky will be the starting quarterback for Sunday’s matchup against Green Bay.
Mitchell Trubisky has not played since relinquishing the starting role to Nick Foles against the Falcons in Week 3. He has not yet lost a game in 2020 and has thrown six touchdowns in his three starts.
The Bears are still scheduled to play the Packers on Sunday Night Football as originally planned. This transition back to Trubisky could be the turning point for the Bears’ 2020 season if they pull off the upset victory.
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