I hate Nagy more for this. And Pace for fucking up the draft.Annnnnnnnnnd all that offseason optimism feels like eons ago. I hate Green Bay.
It'll catch on if things go south Sunday. Even if the Bears win, and he plays like shit but doesn't play as bad as Flacco (very real possibility), the story will get legs. If he plays steady ball the next few weeks, then it might blow over until the next shitshow.we should all be thanking our lucky star that this story hasn’t caught fire yet. Could you imagine the damage that could be done if ESPN, SI, Fox, or anybody else decided to run with Mitch being sheltered from the media because he’s not living up to expectations and can’t compete with Mahomes and Watson?? It might actually be the nail in this team’s coffin.
I too was pretty lenient with Trubisky last season exactly for the same reasons as you. However, I'd wait three more games until I'd pull the trigger on him, knowing full well that this might jeopardize this season. But I don't think swapping him out for a bum like Rosen is the right call. I'd rather see someone like Mullens come in, who could also be a good back-up when the Bears take another shot at landing a franchise quarterback.lmao man are we fucked.
I figured that Trubisky, like most NFL QBs, was limited but with the right coach, offence, system, players, etc you can maximize his strengths, and minimise his weaknesses, and he could put up numbers good enough to get us a championship.
I gave him a ton of slack last year being year 1 in the system, having the bye week after his best game, getting hurt and being rusty his first week or two coming back, etc.
I figured this would be the year he would be consistent and after Thursday I really started to sour on the lad, (yeah Nagy's calls were bad and the O-Line was rubbish, I understand that) plus now after hearing they don't want him talking about the game, Jackson's comments and now this?
I dunno man. I don't even think there is a coach or system to help him. Which sucks because I really liked the kid and liked the pick and thought he could put up solid numbers in the right environment. Only time will tell, and maybe we're all overreacting to this but maybe its time to go get someone. Rosen maybe?
You're probably right.I too was pretty lenient with Trubisky last season exactly for the same reasons as you. However, I'd wait three more games until I'd pull the trigger on him, knowing full well that this might jeopardize this season. But I don't think swapping him out for a bum like Rosen is the right call. I'd rather see someone like Mullens come in, who could also be a good back-up when the Bears take another shot at landing a franchise quarterback.
Won’t happen. He is 25.... no kid. Moreover, he should be man enough to handle things like this and should not be getting spoon fed like.... a kid.I call overblown mierda, don't fan the flames,. That kid, because he still is, despite your perceptiion which is irrelevant, will bounce back with a harder attitude.
Exhibit A regarding the intelligence issue. You have provided just 1 more example.... there are many.... particularly when it comes to “in game” decision making and processing information, scanning the field, looking off receivers, locating the open receiver, recognizing coverages, etc., etc. etc. All are slow for Trubs.I hate Nagy more for this. And Pace for fucking up the draft.
How the fuck do they tell him to not discuss last week's game and then the dipshit goes out and says "I was told to not discuss last week's game?"