After the Chicago Bears fell behind 23-6 against the Lions, quarterback Mitchell Trubisky led a fourth-quarter comeback to show promise for his future in Chicago.
It might have taken the Chicago Bears three-quarters to get a touchdown, but once they got it, their offense didn’t slow down. Mitchell Trubisky led the team back down 17-points, for his fifth career fourth-quarter comeback.
During the first three-quarters, Trubisky missed a few key throws to various targets, but after how great he played in the fourth quarter, it’s fair to chalk some of that up to him being rusty from no preseason. There is still work to be done by Trubisky, as he is far from how great he can be this season, but this win against the Lions is a great first step.