Trubisky is held scoreless
On the other sideline is a young quarterback in Mitchell Trubisky who has been having a nice season under first-year Bears head coach Matt Nagy. Recently, however, Trubisky has been much less of a factor in Chicago’s offense.
In his last four games, the Bears quarterback has averaged 189 passing yards per matchup while throwing for a total of five touchdowns and five interceptions.
On Sunday, Trubisky will be going up against a Vikings’ defense that ranks third in the NFL against the pass and hasn’t allowed an opposing quarterback to throw for multiple touchdowns in a game since since Week 5.
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Chicago’s young signal-caller will also have to deal with the deafening crowd noise inside U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday. Something that Minnesota’s defense should be able to use to their advantage and cause Trubisky to make a few costly mistakes.
When the final whistle blows on Sunday, expect the Bears quarterback to finish with no more than 150 passing yards, zero touchdowns, and at least two interceptions.