Mitchell Trubisky is taking aggressive stance into Vikings game and the playoffs. Learning each game, Trubisky is getting better with his vision of the field and making decisions.  A lot of Trubisky’s success reflects on the coaching and teaching talents of Matt Nagy.  Trubisky is learning to “play fast.”

For the Bears, the team continues to maintain high standards, but on a game by game approach. Focus on the next game has been critical.

Trubisky is looking for a tough hard-fought game against the Vikings. He says a key will be better ball protection against the Vikings A-list defense. Trubisky gives credit to the Bears organization and all the people who handle their piece of the puzzle.  Additionally, Trubisky enjoys the unselfish nature of his receiving teammates.  Trubisky has thrown 24 touchdown passes this year.  He has over 3,000 yards and his pass rating is 96. His season completion percentage is 66.4.

But he had has been inconsistent and that is what he needs to improve.  Still, the Bears have not lost a game in the past two months.

 

Photo: Trubisky at Halas Hall in Lake Forest, Ill. boarding team bus on December 30, 2017. (Picture credit: Cameron Good//Chicago Bears. CC BY SA 4.0)