My Take:

DaaBears

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My take:

Trubisky had some bad throws

The offensive line got manhandled

The pass rush barely existed

Saints receivers were continuously wide open

A punt was blocked

Anthony Miller fumbled the ball running

Montgomery fumbled the ball running

So 29% of the run plays (2 out of 7) ended in a fumble

The remaining 5 run plays averaged less than 3 yards

54 passes. 7 runs.

The Saints ran the ball at will

For 2 consecutive games both lines were 100% outplayed
 

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Do you still believe Trubisky is the franchise QB to go forward with?
 

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*two blocked punts, in one half. I don't believe I've seen that in a Baerz game before.
 

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Do you still believe Trubisky is the franchise QB to go forward with?
I don't know. And, there are about 30 active Trubisky threads out there to discuss that for those that think all of the items I listed above as issues are all Trubisky's fault.
 

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Outside of Robinson II, I'd wager we're bottom 5 in the league at each of the offensive groups. Mitch has painfully regressed, Oline is burning garbage, our TE's are worthless, WRs 2-6 are well below average, Montgomery is clueless out there both when running and pass blocking, and Cohen is fool's gold at best.

Reminds me of the regression under year two of Trestman, just with a better defense to mask it (for now).
 
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