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Trubisky, hanging on by a thread

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It took until week #8 of his third season for Chicago's coach to have to come out and declare that Trubisky will remain the starter.  The ESPN crew had a segment about it on Monday Night Countdown.   Showed several examples yesterday of bad plays by Mitch or conservative play calls to protect the offense from making a critical error and losing the game.  Of course they ultimately missed a FG and lost the game.  I think it was Louis Riddick tonight that said the writing is on the wall.  Nagy will be searching for a new QB in the offseason.  He's bringing down the whole offense.  And it's rough because they could have had Watson or Mahomes.

Vrabel has already kicked Mariota to the curb.  These coaches don't have time to wait around for a guy to flash some competent play.  It's a tough business.

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I live in Chicago now, and the fans that I meet don't want to talk about Trubisky.

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19 minutes ago, zow2 said:

It took until week #8 of his third season for Chicago's coach to have to come out and declare that Trubisky will remain the starter.  The ESPN crew had a segment about it on Monday Night Countdown.   Showed several examples yesterday of bad plays by Mitch or conservative play calls to protect the offense from making a critical error and losing the game.  Of course they ultimately missed a FG and lost the game.  I think it was Louis Riddick tonight that said the writing is on the wall.  Nagy will be searching for a new QB in the offseason.  He's bringing down the whole offense.  And it's rough because they could have had Watson or Mahomes.

Vrabel has already kicked Mariota to the curb.  These coaches don't have time to wait around for a guy to flash some competent play.  It's a tough business.

 

It's a very tough business and I think GM's and coaches (and fans) might expect too much from 22-25 year olds playing what might be the toughest position in all of sports.  Not many QB's in their first 1-3 years in the NFL deliver at the level that is hoped or expected.  IMO this is exacerbated in a pass happy league that runs the ball less than it once did. 

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An anomaly like Mahomes raises expectations for all young QBs.  It’s often disappointing to have unrealistic expectations. 

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5 minutes ago, WotAGuy said:

An anomaly like Mahomes raises expectations for all young QBs.  It’s often disappointing to have unrealistic expectations. 

Watson has been really good as well. That doesn’t help.

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11 minutes ago, BringBackOrton said:

Watson has been really good as well. That doesn’t help.


Amen.  Daniel Jones has put up big numbers here and there also.  But these are still anomalies. 

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1 minute ago, WotAGuy said:


Amen.  Daniel Jones has put up big numbers here and there also.  But these are still anomalies. 

Anomalies for what? Good QB’s?

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5 minutes ago, BringBackOrton said:

Anomalies for what? Good QB’s?


Anomalies for young QBs being instantly great. 

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Crossroads. Josh will be there next year. Fingers crossed, he improves. 

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1 minute ago, Chill said:

Crossroads. Josh will be there next year. Fingers crossed, he improves. 

Exactly. So far Josh's second year looks a lot like Trubisky's second year (which, of course, wasn't bad at all, but there were signs that it might not last).  And you could say the same things about how we could've had Mahomes or Watson. 

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Not that he’s great but if I was the Bears, I’d trade for Mariota. He is pretty safe but he can give you an out because Trubisky is clearly not the right guy

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7 minutes ago, Chill said:

Crossroads. Josh will be there next year. Fingers crossed, he improves. 


yeah. I agree.  Next 4 games are big for him.  A chance to stack more wins and sling it around against average to below teams.

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1 hour ago, Coach Tuesday said:

Do they even have a first round pick next year?

 No, they don't. They'll have to invest in a FA QB.

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nick foles might be available. jags should just trade him.  i never saw what anyone saw in trubisky in college. 

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55 minutes ago, Chill said:

Crossroads. Josh will be there next year. Fingers crossed, he improves. 

Josh Allen has a better arm than MT.   Hopefully he educates himself and moves from a C+/B- player to the next level.  I am bettting he will btw.

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2 hours ago, WotAGuy said:


Anomalies for young QBs being instantly great. 

Really? How many good QB’s weren’t good by their second or third year in the league??

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2 hours ago, djp14150 said:

Chicsgo is where WRs go to die....

 

Hope we try to save Allen Robinson's career.

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