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It's encouraging to see that Biscuit didn't fumble opening any of those bottles. wink

Grrrreat............ now I gotta pee.

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re-Build 3.0

Still sceptical so I say 7-9 or 8-8 if they get lucky.

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Mitch Trubisky Predicted To Tear 2018 Season Up For Bears

The Chicago Bears geared everything in one direction for their 2018 offseason. That was making their young quarterback an NFL success.

One NFL expert has evaluated the work done over the past few months and came away with one conclusion:  2018 will be the Year of the Biscuit.

Work done by Bears has set Trubisky up to be the next Jared Goff

Many feel the blueprint for how to successfully build around a young quarterback was enacted by the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. They invested heavily in a new, offensive head coach along with offensive line and wide receivers to help Jared Goff overcome his struggles as a rookie. He responded with a Pro Bowl season. Adam Schein, a notorious critic of the Bears over the past few years, feels they followed that same blueprint to perfection.

“I’m infatuated with the Bears’ offseason. Wrote back in March that Chicago’s poised to be the NFL’s Cinderella team. The Bears smartly followed the Rams’ blueprint from last offseason: hand the keys to an offensive guru/quarterback whisperer (Matt Nagy) and dedicate the offseason to surrounding your young signal-caller with talent (Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel and Trey Burton in free agency, James Daniels and Anthony Miller in the draft).

Trubisky will follow in Goff’s footsteps and take a major jump in his sophomore campaign.”

https://nflmocks.com/2018/05/20/mitch-trubisky-predicted-to-tear-2018-season-up-for-bears/

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Conservative and deep ball do not really mix together. However, it is true in regards to Trubisky. Of any quarterback in the 2017 season, he is the only one not to throw an interception on a deep pass attempt.

That means 20 yards in the air, never a turnover.

Of course, it is also worth noting that he only had 30 deep pass attempts. That is 11 less than Jacoby Brissett, the next lowest on the list.

https://beargoggleson.com/2018/05/20/mitchell-trubisky-interception-rate/

Small sample size, but at least he made the most of it. About the only knock I have on Trubisky from last season was taking a few sacks he should have avoided by getting rid of the ball. Thats easy to fix.

Train like you are 2nd, but play like you are 1st.

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Aaron Rodgers warns that Year 2 can be toughest for quarterbacks

Mitchell Trubisky’s rookie season was full of challenges as he adapted to the NFL and the Chicago Bears offense.

Year 2 will be a completely different animal.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers remembers his struggles after taking over as the starter, and he issued a warning about the dreaded sophomore slump.

“The second year is maybe the toughest year for a quarterback because you have an entire offseason for teams – especially teams in your division – to study you,” Rodgers told the Greenville News. “It makes things a little harder. I played pretty decent my first year and came back in ’09 and was seeing some different looks because there’s a lot more film on you.”

He gave that answer in a response to a question about Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, but it holds just as true for Trubisky in Chicago.

The Vikings and Lions faced him twice, and the Packers saw him once, but every team now has 12 games of tape on the Bears’ franchise quarterback to pick apart his game and attack his weaknesses.

Trubisky does have one more ace up his sleeve, though — Matt Nagy.

No one has tape on how he functions in the new offense, extending that element of surprise just a little bit further into his second season.

https://bearswire.usatoday.com/2018/05/22/aaron-rodgers-deshaun-watson-mitchell-trubisky-quarterback/

Relax Aaron, Mitch is gonna be just fine cause you aint got any tape of him in a real offense.

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Aaron Rodgers warns that Year 2 can be toughest for quarterbacks

Mitchell Trubisky’s rookie season was full of challenges as he adapted to the NFL and the Chicago Bears offense.

Year 2 will be a completely different animal.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers remembers his struggles after taking over as the starter, and he issued a warning about the dreaded sophomore slump.

“The second year is maybe the toughest year for a quarterback because you have an entire offseason for teams – especially teams in your division – to study you,” Rodgers told the Greenville News. “It makes things a little harder. I played pretty decent my first year and came back in ’09 and was seeing some different looks because there’s a lot more film on you.”

He gave that answer in a response to a question about Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, but it holds just as true for Trubisky in Chicago.

The Vikings and Lions faced him twice, and the Packers saw him once, but every team now has 12 games of tape on the Bears’ franchise quarterback to pick apart his game and attack his weaknesses.

Trubisky does have one more ace up his sleeve, though — Matt Nagy.

No one has tape on how he functions in the new offense, extending that element of surprise just a little bit further into his second season.

https://bearswire.usatoday.com/2018/05/22/aaron-rodgers-deshaun-watson-mitchell-trubisky-quarterback/

Relax Aaron, Mitch is gonna be just fine cause you aint got any tape of him in a real offense.

Wait...What? What does Aaron Rodgers know about second year QBs? He held a clip board and majored in Photo Bombing Brett Farve for 4 years! He don't know shit, don't listen to this wierdo!

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Still sceptical so I say 7-9 or 8-8 if they get lucky.

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Conservative and deep ball do not really mix together. However, it is true in regards to Trubisky. Of any quarterback in the 2017 season, he is the only one not to throw an interception on a deep pass attempt.

That means 20 yards in the air, never a turnover.

Of course, it is also worth noting that he only had 30 deep pass attempts. That is 11 less than Jacoby Brissett, the next lowest on the list.

https://beargoggleson.com/2018/05/20/mitchell-trubisky-interception-rate/

Small sample size, but at least he made the most of it. About the only knock I have on Trubisky from last season was taking a few sacks he should have avoided by getting rid of the ball. Thats easy to fix.

idk, im ok with QBs trying to make a play...that throw away business was something hardly, if at all, mentioned in the game until Cutler was in chicago and was fun to beat up on him about #espn. I agree sometimes you got to, but when your down constantly and the oline sucks you got to try....Qbs are competetive too. Aaron holds it and hes a playmaker. Brees holds it and hes creating plays....so many have made it their game to do so. Manning and brady gets rid of it because they were 100% dependant on blocking and couldnt scramble for shit. Mitch is not the "throw it away" type of guy and I welcome it. 

i am curious though if there is a situational stat to show when his sacks mostly occured, ie. 3rd and long, down in pts. Loggains did the kid zero favores by never allowing him to throw until 3rd and long.

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