The Chicago Bears are struggling to get production on offense. It’s a been a big step back from where they were in 2017 as one of the more dynamic offenses in the league. And one person who spoke on these inefficiencies was their starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.
He brought up a lot about the troubles that they were facing with missed opportunities and miscues.
“You just gotta believe this week is gonna be the week,” Trubisky said per Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times. “There’s definitely some things that we are missing on film, but we’re coming together and we’re correcting them.”
But something that has held them back from their potential is the inconsistent play from Trubisky. He’s completed 42 of his 72 passes for 348 yards and zero touchdowns to one interception, as well as a putrid 65.0 passer rating through the first two games of the season. However, the team is still with him and wants to see him succeed.
“The most important thing to me is that my guys still believe in me… We’re sticking together and we’re gonna do what we gotta do to correct it, and we gotta believe that this offense could explode at any minute because of the playmakers and the special guys we have in the locker room. We just gotta keep believing in that.”
If the Bears want to recapture that same offensive success from last season, then they will need to be more productive with their execution and will need to see Trubisky making better plays and keeping the offense in the game and not being so reliant on the defense.