Coming off of terrible performance, Bears QB needs to prove he’s the right man for the job.
By Donte Chase Bridges | Sept 15th, 2019
Let’s pick it up Trubisky!!!
With a frustrating loss to the Green Bay Packers where Bears QB collected 0 touchdowns to add under his belt, a fledgling offensive play-script that moved the ball horizontal instead of vertical, and barely pulling off hard-fought 16-14 win against the Broncos, QB Mitchell Trubisky had no room for error as the Denver Broncos hosted the Chicago Bears in a must-win week two.
Most NFL analyst predicted that the Chicago Bears would come back down to an average level of play and not repeat last season’s success. Consequently, for Bears fans, Mitchell Trubisky is showing signs of slumping, which was seen by his 225 yds, 0 TDs, and 22. 5% passer rating against the Green Bay Packers. Trubisky did take responsibility for his bad play and put it on his shoulders to breathe life back into the passing game and give the top-rated Bears defense a chance to stay fresh to shut down opponents.
” I feel like I let my teammates down with my performance. I feel like I could have played better. I didn’t do what I was supposed to do,” explained Trubisky. Unfortunately, it seems the Bears QB is repeating the same pattern of errant passes, mental mistakes, and stalled drives with his 16/27 completions, 120 yds, and 0 TD performance against the Denver Broncos.
I just know we have to get better and find more balance on the offense. I know I’m not where I want to be as Quarterback,” Trubisky explained in the post-game conference.
Mitchell Trubisky has not scored a touchdown since last year’s playoff loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Is it time for Bears fans to question if the “2nd overall pick” the Quarterback Chicago needs to win a Superbowl? Or are we jumping the gun to quickly and need to give Trubisky more time to execute Matt Nagy’s Offense?
“They were doing some things to take away Allen Robinson and we knew that. Vic’s a good coach, and that’s why we rely on the running games. We’ll get better,” said Nagy.
On a brighter note, Kicker Eddie Piieneiro kept the Bears season alive with the game-winning 53 yd field goal. “If you don’t believe in Jesus, you better start because he’s real,” expressed Piieneiro. The Bears running game put on a solid performance with Rookie RB David Montgomery bringing in 16 car(s), 62 yds, and 1 TD to control the tempo and shut down the Broncos pass rush.
Nonetheless, the Bears desperately have to find an answer for their sputtering offense. If Trubisky can’t find a remedy for his touchdown drought, are the Bears going to find themselves on the outside-looking-in come playoff time? Is the Bears defense enough to withstand the continuous offensive woes? If the Bears QB can’t get back on track, then it may truly be tricky for Trubisky.