When Chicago Bears quarterbacks Mitchell Trubisky at the Media Wednesday at Halas Hall, there's a 10-minute press conference.
One thing is clear: Trubisky is angry. About his performance, about the offense's struggles and about the criticism. And that's a good thing.
While Bears coach Matt Nagy insists that Trubisky
Look no further than the Washington Redskins game earlier this season, where the offense had done nothing in a quarter.
What happened to a 15-yard pass from Trubisky to receiver Anthony Miller, which set up first-and-goal at Washington's 8-yard line. Two plays later, Trubisky found receiver Taylor Gabriel for the first of three second-quarter touchdowns.
Trubisky hater Michael Lombardi ranted about how " Mitchell Trubisky bought Filene's Basement. There's no chance. There's no chance. He can not throw the ball inbounds helped the time. I mean, it's a joke. "
Trubisky then lit up the Lions in a 34-22 victory, completing 23-of-30 passes for 355 yards and three touchdowns for a 1
Then there's the personal performance example. In Week 14 against the Rams last year, Trubisky had an in-depth outing in which he completed 16-of-30 passes for 110 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions for a 33.3 pass rating.
The next two games were two of his better efforts of the season – he had passer ratings of 120.4 and 113.5 against the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers, respectively.
So say what you want, Nagy. But your quarterback seems to respond when his back is against the wall. Los Angeles Chargers Defense.
Although it is a good game against Chicago, Trubisky wants to come out of it.
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