The Chicago Bears are currently one of the NFL’s most streakiest teams. One day they’ll look like one of the NFL’s elite behind a defense that is sure to frighten opponents but then some nights they may give up 30+ points while scoring below 14 and analysts alike will all be wondering what happened to the good Bears out of the Windy City.
Well, their problems begin at the quarterback position.
2017 first round pick Mitchell Trubisky has underperformed to say the least in his third NFL season. It’s crazy because usually players take a “sophomore slump” but in Trubisky’s second season (2018) he was able to lead them to a 12-4 record while tossing for over 3,300 yards and 24 touchdowns.