Mitchell Trubisky saw his first preseason action in Matt Nagy's new system. The second-year Chicago Bears quarterback wasn't thrilled with how it looked.
"Our standards are higher that we expect to be better," Trubisky said, via NBC Sports Chicago. "No excuse for first preseason game. We have a bunch of experienced guys from last year, so there shouldn't be any jitters. Maybe guys were excited, but it's very simple -- come out here, do your job, do exactly what we were doing in practice. We practiced our butts off this week. We just came out here and were sloppy."
Trubisky finished the night 2-of-4 passing for a measly four yards in two penalty-filled drives. He had an eight-yard scramble negated by a flag and picked up just one first down via penalty. Additionally, the Bears needed to use a timeout on the opening drive on a third-and-long
The Bears need to stop pretending like MItchell Trubisky has had any success in the NFL, and Mitchell too.
You can listen below to our Podcast host Kevin Friedman talk about Mitchell's performance in last night's preseason game.