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Tagged: Mitchell Trubisky (15 Results)

Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Matt Nagy did a nice job in his first season, with the Bears winning 12 games and capturing the NFC North for the first time in eight years. They were, however, helped along by the league’s easiest schedule.  more »


Around the NFL: A Thanksgiving turkey?

Thanksgiving is that great time of year for getting family together, eating gluttonously, and watching lots of football. But the early game often gets shafted -- people are traveling or making chit-chat or peeling potatoes -- and it looks like injuries will rob us of some of the better players this year.   more »


Mailbag: November 9, 2018

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. What are fair expectations for Dez Bryant? Is Mitchell Trubisky a better quarterback than Philip Rivers? Why no love for Adam Humphries? And more. more »


Factoid: Mitchell Trubisky, Part 2

I ran an item on Mitchell Trubisky the other day, showing the increase/decrease in passing yards from Year 1 to Year 2 for quarterbacks selected in the top 10. It was a response to a Kyle Long interview that Trubisky is looking more comfortable in his second year. Call this the John Evans revision.   more »


Around the NFL: Mitchell Trubisky

Gotta love Bears guard Kyle Long, and his colorful description of his second-year quarterback's growth. "My little boy is becoming a man," Long said. "They've taken the training wheels off of Mitch's little bike. " So what can be expected from Mitchell Trubisky in Year 2?  more »



Trubisky feels “built” for new offense

Chicago quarterback MITCHELL TRUBISKY says that new coach Matt Nagy’s offense fits him better than the scheme he ran last season under former coach John Fox and OC Dowell Loggains. TrubiskyMore added that he feels he “was built for this offense”. Fantasy owners and Bears fans are hoping that Trubisky can make a big leap in his second season. Less


Factoid: Mitchell Trubisky

Is there any hope for Mitchell Trubisky? They’ve added some new weapons, but he was pretty stinky as a rookie.  more »


Factoid: Brave new world for Bears offense

The Bears have hired former Kansas City offensive coordinator Matt Nagy as their head coach. The 39-year-old replaces John Fox, and you wonder if Chicago isn't thinking it's landed the next Sean McVay, who replaced another NFL dinosaur in Jeff Fisher and quickly turned the Rams around.   more »



Career day for Howard

Chicago running back JORDAN HOWARD finished Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens with career highs in both carries and yards. With rookie quarterback MITCHELL TRUBISKY unable to accomplish much in the passing game, Howard saved the day for both the Bears and his fantasy owners.

Source: Chicago Tribune


Trubisky era begins in Chicago

Chicago rookie quarterback MITCHELL TRUBISKY was far from perfect Monday night against Minnesota, but he showed more potential than former starter MIKE GLENNON. Trubisky threw his first NFL touchdown pass andMore was effective rolling out and fitting throws into tight windows. Unfortunately, Trubisky also committed two costly turnovers showing that he remains a work in progress. Less


Factoid: Mitchell Trubisky makes first start

Mitchell Trubisky is starting his first game as a pro tonight. Does that mean we should all be using Minnesota’s defense? With Trubisky being inexperienced, does that mean he’s extra likely to fork over a bunch of sacks and turnovers? Not necessarily.  more »



Trubisky era to begin in Chicago?

Chicago head coach John Fox said the Bears need to make a lot of changes after Monday night’s loss at Green Bay, adding that the team is “going to look atMore everything”. Quarterback MIKE GLENNON threw 2 interceptions and lost 2 fumbles, likely meaning that one of the things Fox will be looking at could be a switch to rookie quarterback MITCHELL TRUBISKY. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Top QB prospects will start on bench

Second-rounder DeShone Kizer will be a Week 1 starter for Cleveland, and few saw that coming. It seemed more likely one or two of the first-rounders would open the season in the starting lineup, but that's not happening. Tom Savage is starting over Deshaun Watson, and Mitchell Trubisky and Patrick Mahomes will also start out as backups (Trubisky might be No. 3).   more »


Andy Richardson: Draft lies

The NFL Draft is three days away, and everyone and his brother is putting out a mock of what they think will happen. And everyone in the media (to use the term loosely) is reporting what teams are thinking about doing or not doing when their first-round pick comes up. A lot of it sounds like an effort to distract people from they're actually planning on doing.   more »


Trivia: March 18, 2017

Since the merger in 1970, what four universities have had over 20 players selected in the first round but have never had a quarterback chosen in the first round? answer »

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