After 44-games with the Chicago Bears, Mitchell Trubisky was benched in favor of Nick Foles.
It’s come to a disappointing finish for Mitchell Trubisky and the Chicago Bears. This is the team Trubisky wanted to be on after meeting with them in 2017 before the draft. After being picked, it was all smiles for Trubisky and general manager Ryan Pace. What happened to that?
Trubisky, in his first season, went 4-8, throwing just over 2,000 yards with seven-touchdowns and seven-interceptions. In his second season, the team hired head coach Matt Nagy. Trubisky took a major jump, throwing 24-touchdowns to 12-interceptions. He went 11-3 as a starter and won the division. Everything was good in the city of Chicago. They found their quarterback!