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QB Mitchell Trubisky - Chicago Bears

6-3, 209Born: 8-20-1994College: North CarolinaDrafted: Round 1, pick 2017

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WEEKOPPoSNAPCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDFumLPts
16 at SF 64 25 29 246 1 0 5 3 0 1 15.6
17 at MIN 68 18 26 163 0 0 3 16 0 0 9.75
18 vs PHI 64 26 43 303 1 0 3 9 0 0 20.05

Weekly Performance vs QB 1, QB 12, QB 24

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Mitchell Trubisky's percentile rank in each category, among QB with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2018 Week 18 vs PHI (26 / 43 / 303 / 1 / 0 pass, 3 / 9 / 0 rush)

The inconsistency with Trubisky continued in this game and while his overall stat line looked fine, third downs for Trubisky were drive killers in this game as when the Bears dropped back to throw the ball they were just 3 of 13 completing third downs in this game. It was not all bad from Trubisky however, as he hit Allen Robinson on a 45-yard pass on a double move in which Trubisky pump-faked at the perfect time to get the defender to bite on the double move. He later made one of the best throws he has made all season on a 22-yard throw along the sidelines to Robinson for a touchdown in which Trubisky had to throw a perfect ball on the wheel route between the defender and the sideline.

2018 Week 17 vs MIN (18 / 26 / 163 / 0 / 0 pass, 3 / 16 / 0 rush)

With no Allen Robinson and with Taylor Gabriel leaving the game early with a rib injury, the Bears were comfortable after they established an early lead to throw the ball only when they absolutely needed to. Outside of a 40-yard throw to a perfectly thrown ball to Taylor Gabriel that got the Bears down to the half-yard line, the Bears did not move the ball through the air in this game leaning on check down and underneath routes to Javon Wims, and Trey Burton to move the chains when they had a third and long. A bigger concern is the lack of mobility for Trubisky as prior to his injury mid-season he was running the ball seemingly at will, but he has been very reluctant to pull the ball down and run since the injury.

2018 Week 16 vs SF (25 / 29 / 246 / 1 / 0 pass, 5 / 3 / 0 rush)

Trubisky is starting to adapt his game to this offense, no longer is he throwing the deep balls, but instead taking what the defense gives him witch check downs and underneath routes. Trubisky threw only six passes longer than 10 yards in this game while completing three of them. Trubisky did complete a 43-yard pass to Allen Robinson, Robinson made a tremendous diving catch to prevent the ball from being overthrown. The one area we have not seen recently is the running game from Trubisky as he is staying within the pocket more since coming back from the injury that kept him out two games earlier this season. The best play Trubisky made was in the second quarter on a play that the pocket broke down, and he scrambled outside to find Taquon Mizzell on the sideline to stay in bounds on a perfect throw for 26-yards.

2018 Week 15 vs GB (20 / 28 / 235 / 2 / 0 pass, 3 / 16 / 0 rush)

The game plan for the Bears for much of this game was to throw short passes and run the ball as Trubisky had thrown for five interceptions over his last two games. Trubisky played a game manager type role in this game and played it well as the Bears moved the ball efficiently through the air. By not taking as many deep throws as what we have seen in the past, Trubisky was able to find more open receivers downfield when they did throw vertically as he found Trey Burton wide open in the end zone for a 13-yard pass which was his only downfield completion longer than 10 yards. This could be a sign of things to come as Trubisky has simply been too inconsistent throwing longer than 10 yards and has struggled all year throwing more than 15 yards downfield.

2018 Week 14 vs LAR (16 / 30 / 110 / 1 / 3 pass, 6 / 23 / 0 rush)

Mitchell struggled in this game as he never looked comfortable. Trubisky completed just 53% of his passes and threw three interceptions in which two of the passes sailed on him over his receivers hands and the other interception was a play in which he starred down Taylor Gabriel and Nickell Robey-Coleman jumped the route. The deep ball issues for Trubisky continued this week as he completed just one of ten passes this week longer than 10 yards and his two longest passes were intercepted. This is the second time that Trubisky has had more interceptions than completions longer than 10 yards on the season.

2018 Week 11 vs MIN (20 / 31 / 165 / 1 / 2 pass, 10 / 43 / 0 rush)

Trubisky looked dominant in the first half mostly with his legs as he extended plays beautifully and was able to throw on the run. He creates such a difficult matchup when he extends plays and forces the defense to choose between running or passing and with the speed of the receiver of the Bears it is almost impossible to stop. After succeeding last week with the deep ball, Trubisky struggled once again with his deep accuracy and decision making as he made a very poor decision to throw into blanket coverage as three players were surrounding Taylor Gabriel who is not going to win many jump balls and then badly overthrew a pass in the third quarter. On the day Trubisky was 19 of 25 on throws shorter than 15 yards and 1 of 6 with 2 interceptions on throws 15 yards or longer. Trubisky's one completion was on the run in which he underthrew it intentionally and Anthony Miller made a tremendous diving catch.

2018 Week 10 vs DET (23 / 30 / 355 / 3 / 0 pass, 3 / 18 / 1 rush)

If you've been reading these on a weekly basis, you know that Trubisky this season has struggled with the deep throws. While he wasn't perfect this week, he was much improved completing 7/13 passes longer than 15 yards and had receivers who were wide open for most of this game. The Bears throws this week deep were over the middle more than they had been in previous weeks using the post routes, slants and in routes. The offensive line was a huge credit to the success Trubisky had as they gave him significant time and clean pockets which made it much easier for the Bears quarterback this week. Trubisky continued to show off his mobility as he added a rushing touchdown in this game on a designed quarterback draw inside the five-yard line.

2018 Week 9 vs BUF (12 / 20 / 135 / 1 / 1 pass, 1 / 6 / 0 rush)

It's difficult to evaluate Trubisky this week as he only threw the ball 20 times in this game. Trubisky struggles with the deep ball continued in this game however as he badly overthrew Trey Burton by at least ten yards that was an easy interception for Tre'Davious White. The one strength of Trubisky's game continues to be in the Red Zone particularly with the run-pass option which he was able to run for perfection on an easy touchdown to Trey Burton. Trubisky limited his mobility in this game as he only ran once as there really was no point as the Bears were up 28-0.

2018 Week 8 vs NYJ (16 / 29 / 220 / 2 / 0 pass, 6 / 51 / 0 rush)

Trubisky had an inconsistent day through the air as the Bears struggled to consistently move the ball against this Jets secondary. Trubiskyís issues with the deep balls continued to show this week as he completed just three of his ten passes more than ten yards downfield. Two of the three deep ball passes that he completed were to Anthony Miller one on a seam route over the middle in which Miller took a big shot due to the ball being underthrown and the other was on a five-yard touchdown pass at the back of the end zone in which Miller made a fantastic play with a defender all over him for the touchdown reception. Trubisky continues to bring most of his value as a mobile quarterback extending plays and bringing the fear of running the ball as he tucked the ball and ran several times in this game which continues to put additional stress on the defense.

2018 Week 7 vs NE (26 / 50 / 333 / 2 / 2 pass, 6 / 81 / 1 rush)

The deep ball struggles for Trubisky came back after playing very well the last two weeks. Trubisky completed 2 of his 13 passes longer than 15 yards and two of those passes were intercepted. Trubisky made up for this however as he threw the ball 50 times this week as the Patriots were essentially daring the Bears to throw by loading the box. Trubisky made up for his inefficiencies as a passer with his legs as he ran for a touchdown in which he ran sideline to sideline for an 8-yard rushing touchdown and also included a 39-yard rushing play in which he scrambled and had great downfield blocking.

2018 Week 6 vs MIA (22 / 31 / 316 / 3 / 1 pass, 8 / 47 / 0 rush)

For most of the season, the story for Trubisky has been that he has excelled at the scripted plays early in the game but struggled as the game progressed. This week was the exact opposite, as the offense was largely stagnant in the first half as they did not score a point, but Trubisky came out and made tremendous adjustments in the second half as he threw for 230 yards in the second half as the offensive line played tremendously giving Trubisky significant amount of time to throw and the speed of the receivers in Cohen and Taylor Gabriel. Trubisky threw two beautiful deep balls which has been something that he has struggled with this season

2018 Week 4 vs TB (19 / 26 / 354 / 6 / 0 pass, 3 / 53 / 0 rush)

After hearing about nothing but Ryan Fitzpatrick and the uncertain quarterback situation in Tampa, all Trubisky did was go out and set a career high in touchdown passes. He lit up a Tampa defense that had done a good job hiding its holes to this point. His first touchdown was a 39-yard bomb to Trey Burton deep down the right sideline. The ball was thrown in a perfect spot for a sliding Burton and it gave no chance for any deep coverage to come over and make a play. Trubisky benefitted from Burton's coverage falling down but at least he saw the wide open tight end this time. The second touchdown was another well-placed ball to Allen Robinson. After a hard cut in, Robinson ran towards the back corner of the end zone and caught a well thrown fade for 14 yards. The third touchdown was about as easy as they come to Tarik Cohen. A simple wheel route up the seam was left wide open after the slot receiver cleared the linebacker out on a crossing route. Cohen was never touched on the 9-yard score. The 4th touchdown was a well-placed ball to Josh Bellamy down the left sideline. Bellamy found the soft spot in the zone and Trubisky put the ball right on him for another easy touchdown. The 5th and 6th touchdowns came to Taylor Gabriel. The first was a shovel pass to Gabriel in motion and he took it off the corner for the score. The Bears had lined up in a power bunch set and Tampa was caught off guard when the ball went to the outside. The final touchdown was an absolute dart throw to Gabriel on a quick out for the final touchdown. Trubisky also carried the ball and tied for the team lead in rushing yards this week. He had a 26-yard designed run off the edge that helped setup his 5th touchdown pass to Gabriel. With all of the weapons the Bears went out to get for Trubisky he should be able to have games like this. With a Bye week they should be able to put together a solid game plan for the Dolphins in week 6.

2018 Week 3 vs ARI (24 / 35 / 220 / 0 / 1 pass, 2 / 8 / 0 rush)

This was not a pretty game for Trubisky, but that has been the theme thus far this season. He is doing just enough to keep his team in the game and their elite defense has pushed them over the top. Trubisky did not throw a touchdown this week but did throw an interception around mid-field with about a minute left in the first half. He started down Benny Cunningham and it was an easy read for Tre Boston to step in front of the pass. Trubisky did find Allen Robinson on a 39-yard pass deep down the right sideline. This helped setup an eventual 1-yard touchdown plunge by Jordan Howard. Trubisky had one other nice pass to Try Burton. The 25-yard pass to Burton helped setup the first field goal of the day for the Bears. Trubisky put Chicago behind the 8 ball this week and almost made the deficit too big to mount the comeback. He should be thankful that his defense created 4 turnovers and gave them the chance to win the game.

2018 Week 2 vs SEA (25 / 34 / 200 / 2 / 2 pass, 5 / 24 / 0 rush)

Trubisky started slowly in this game as he had two interceptions in the first half one of which was tipped at the line of scrimmage and the other was a one on one deep ball to Allen Robinson that Trubisky left woefully short for an easy interception. Trubisky should have had a third in the first half in the Red Zone as he escaped what should have been an easy sack and then threw it up to the end zone where there were three Seahawks players closest to the ball. If not for some miscommunication on the Seahawks part it easily could have been a third interception. After some early game struggles, the Bears utilized Trubisky on the run more often which he seems to be more comfortable with as he hit Anthony Miller on a rollout touchdown highlighting his ability to throw accurately on the move.

2018 Week 1 vs GB (23 / 35 / 171 / 0 / 0 pass, 7 / 32 / 1 rush)

Trubisky averaged just 4.9 yards per completion in this game often checking the ball down or taking the safe completion trying to get his guys into space. Trubisky completed 9 of his 23 completions behind the line of scrimmage and 18 of his 23 completions behind the line of scrimmage or within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage. When he did throw deep, he threw two beautiful balls to Taylor Gabriel on the first drive on a deep out, and Allen Robinson in contested coverage on a ball that was placed perfectly. Outside of those two throws, however, he overthrew the ball on the deep routes missing some open receivers. Trubisky did show nice mobility including a six-yard scramble for a touchdown on a play that was breaking down in the first drive.

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Bears | Mitchell Trubisky goes over 300 yards (Sun Jan 6, 07:39 PM) - Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky completed 26-of-43 passes for 303 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in the NFC Wild Card playoff game loss against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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