The Chicago Bears are 2-0 for the first time since 2013 and Mitchell Trubisky is a big reason why.
The excitement for the Chicago Bears was high after Week One’s win against the Detroit Lions, coming back down 23-6 in the fourth quarter, led by quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. The knock-on Trubisky was how the offense couldn’t move in the first half – he changed that fast against the New York Giants.
During the first drive against the Giants game on Sunday, Trubisky hit David Montgomery for his fourth passing touchdown of the season. The Bears would get a turnover three plays later, which resulted in a field goal. Before the end of the half, Trubisky hit Darnell Mooney for a touchdown, which is his fifth passing touchdown of the season.