LAKE FOREST, IL – Bear's Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky wants Halas Hall to turn off television to protect the fighting team from outside criticism.
Too many people have talked about us on TV and what they think about us – what we should do, what we are and what we are not – but they do not really know who we are or what we are capable of as humans or whatever we go through or what we think, it's only the outer viewers who look inside, "Trubisky said before training on Wednesday.
" So tunnel vision, earmuffs and just get to work every day and try to get better and to return to what we are capable of. "
25-year-old Trubisky has an unforgettable third NFL season, and Trubisky, the NFL draft's second choice in 201
Offensively, the Bears rank in the bottom of most statistical categories Nine net-yards defeat against the Eagles last Sunday saw the Bears fail to score their first defeat in the match by half-time.
After a 3-1 start, the Bears lost four consecutive defeats to NFC Nord The bears finished in their division from 2014 to # 17 the last four years, before being the league's last season with a 12: 4 record and a trip to the playoffs in the first year by head coach Matt Nagy surprised.
"That's completely different [this year in terms of expectations]," Nagy said Wednesday. "Because last year these expectations were not met, nobody knew exactly what we wanted to do [last season] and then we made a small run and in the end we won the division and we had a great opportunity." where now the expectations are meteoric.
"Now they are just extremely high on a team that comes from where we come from, and that's great, we do not ask for anything else, we want that, if you do not crave that pressure and then not, you should not be in this team. "
Chicago (3-5) receives the Detroit Lions (3-4-1) on Sunday.