Some love to hate Mitchell Trubisky and some still think there is potential for the kid. Much of his future depends on the improvements he makes this offseason and Matt Nagy’s ability to recover from a rough year of play-calling.
Matt Nagy hasn’t adjusted his running scheme to play into his personnel’s strengths, and that needs to change in 2020 for the Bears to find success.
Breaking down film from the 2019 season to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of Chicago Bears’ offensive linemen.
All signs are pointing to 2020 being Mitchell Trubisky’s last chance to display significant development.
Clancy Barone will bring a long resume of success to the Chicago Bears underwhelming tight ends group in 2020.
Should the Bears rest their QB1?
Truth be told, the Bears are simply not a good football team at this point. There is plenty of blame to go around.
Should the Bears ride out Trubisky or experiment with another QB on the roster?
Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears offense made some strides in a 20-13 win over the Lions.
The Bears 22-14 loss against the Eagles proved that whatever this organization thinks is the answer, it is not. Apart from a few decent drives in the third quarter, this team looked sloppy in all aspects of the game.