The Bears are still confident in quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, with the organization still “firmly behind him.”
While Bears people believe his hip injury was responsible for his decision making late last week, the feeling is he does need to play better.
There is still confidence in him as the team’s starting quarterback but people within the organization feel the entire offensive unit needs to play better. From pre-snap penalties to receivers running the wrong route, the offensive woes are not being blamed solely on Trubisky.
Chicago is 4-6 and their 175.6 pass yards per game are the worst in the league. So far this season, Trubisky has thrown nine touchdowns to four interceptions with a 62.4% completion rate. His QB rating is 82.2.