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November 7, 2019
Mitchell Trubisky knows his performance has been subpar this season, and the Chicago Bears quarterback has heard all the negative things people have been saying about him for weeks now. While some players would use that as motivation, Trubisky doesn’t want to hear it anymore. (READ MORE) by Steve DelVecchio | Larry Brown Sports
The first half of the 2019 NFL season has been a disaster for the Chicago Bears. After going 12-4 to win the NFC North in 2018 (Matt Nagy’s first season as head coach), the Bears have lost four straight games to bring their record to 3-5. And while there’s plenty of blame to go around, it starts with quarterback Mitch Trubisky, and everyone knows that. (READ MORE) by
pparently tired of hearing about how bad he and the Chicago Bears are playing, starting quarterback Mitch Trubisky hopes to eliminate that noise by turning off the TVs at Halas Hall, the team’s practice facility.
“Trying to get some of these TVs in the building turned off because you’ve got too many people talking on TV about us and what they think about us — what we should do, what we are and what we’re not — but they don’t really know who we are or what we’re capable of as people or what we’re going through or what we’re thinking, it’s just the outside viewers looking in,” Trubisky said Wednesday before the Bears practice. (READ MORE) by