BUFFALO BILLS (15-4)
New faces: WR Emmanuel Sanders, QB Mitch Trubisky, RB Matt Breida, DEs Efe Obada, Greg Rousseau, P Matt Haack.
Key losses: WR John Brown, QB Matt Barkley, RB T.J. Yeldon, CB Josh Norman, DEs Trent Murphy and Darryl Johnson, DT Quinten Jefferson, S Dean Marlowe, P Corey Bojorquez.
The biggest question facing the Bears as they headed into the 2018 season was: How quickly would second-year QB Mitch Trubisky be able to master the offense installed by new head coach Matt Nagy?
Trubisky is a long way from “mastering” the scheme, but his progress in his first year in the system was mostly encouraging.
The first half of Mitch Trubisky’s first NFL playoff game was unimpressive to say the least – 13 of 23 for 105 yards and a 68.2 passer rating.
But his second half demonstrated why coach Matt Nagy and Trubisky’s teammates believe he’s the right guy to lead them forward after a turnaround season.
The trend of young arms taking over the NFL was put on hold, at least temporarily, over the weekend as a trio of the NFL's fastest-rising stars Baltimore's Lamar Jackson, Houston's Deshaun Watson and Chicago's Mitch Trubisky all fell in their first playoff starts.
When the Chicago Bears hit the practice field Wednesday for the first time in six days, starting QB Mitchell Trubisky won't be among those participating, head coach Matt Nagy confirmed Wednesday.
Trubisky, who suffered a right shoulder injury late in the Bears' Week 11 win vs.
Statistically, and especially aesthetically, Sunday’s 38-31 loss to the Patriots was the worst game of the season for Bears QB Mitch Trubisky.
Trubisky threw for more than 300 yards for the third straight game, but only because of a 54-yard Hail Mary completion to Kevin White that came up a yard short of the end zone as time expired.
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The Bears offense played more than expected Saturday night in Denver – past the midway point of the second quarter -- which was a brilliant idea considering how disjointed it looked in the second preseason game.
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North Carolina QB and NFL Draft prospect, Mitch Trubisky, is strongly being considered as the No.