Trubisky completed 20 of 31 pass attempts for 165 yards, a touchdown and a pair of interceptions in Sunday's 25-20 win over Minnesota. He added 43 more yards on 10 carries. Trubisky certainly played a role in Sunday's big division victory, but the Bears' defense stole the show, matching the offense in touchdowns on the night. Chicago played with a lead for the entire game, so the sophomore signal caller wasn't asked to do too much, resulting in a solid completion rate (65 percent) on low-risk passes (5.3 yards per attempt). Trubisky is proving to be an all-or-nothing type of fantasy performer, but the good news for fantasy owners is that Thursday's Thanksgiving opponent is Detroit, who he dismantled (355 yards and four combined touchdowns) back in Week 10.
Trubisky completed 23 of 30 passes for 355 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Bears' 34-22 win over the Lions on Sunday. He also rushed three times for 18 yards and another score and completed a two-point conversion pass. Trubisky had a direct hand in four Chicago touchdowns, connecting with Allen Robinson for a pair of scores and rookie Anthony Miller for a third. He also scampered in from four yards out in the second quarter for his third rushing score this season. Trubisky's yardage total was also a welcome spike, as it matched his numbers through the air from the prior two games combined. Despite talk about the 24-year-old still having limitations as a passer, he now owns a sparkling 19:7 TD:INT and has four 300-yard games on his 2018 ledger thus far. He'll look to continue his strong play against the Vikings in Week 11.
Trubisky completed 12 of 20 passes for 135 yards, a touchdown and an interception during Sunday's 41-9 win over Buffalo. He had a 6-yard run during the game. Trubisky didn't have to do much against a tough Bills defense. Chicago's defense and running game scored four touchdowns on three Buffalo turnovers in the second quarter. He finally got in on the action in the game's final minutes, slinging a quick out to tight end Trey Burton for a 2-yard touchdown. The second-year player has been slowed lately, completing just 54.5 percent of his passes over the past three games against some pass defenses. Next Sunday should offer a reprieve against the division-rival Lions, owners of one of the highest opponent's passer ratings.
Trubisky completed 16 of 29 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns while adding 51 yards on six rushing attempts in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Jets. Trubisky benefited from a perfect play call on his first touchdown, hitting Tarik Cohen on a screen out of the backfield against an all-out blitz. Cohen did the rest, turning the play into a 70-yard touchdown to open the scoring. The quarterback didn't make many other significant plays with his arm, though he did find Anthony Miller for a four-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Trubisky also continues to be a factor with his legs, having rushed for at least 47 yards in four consecutive games heading into a Week 9 trip to Buffalo.
Trubisky completed 26 of 50 passes for 333 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions while adding 81 yards and a touchdown on the ground in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. Although the fantasy numbers were outstanding, Trubisky was completely ineffective throwing outside the hashmarks due to many inaccurate passes. Fortunately, the Bears were playing from behind, so he had to put the ball up on 50 occasions and was able to connect regularly with Trey Burton and Tarik Cohen in the middle of the field to help him post big numbers. In addition, there were often huge openings up the gut of the defense that allowed Trubisky to have the biggest rushing performance of his career. With at least 316 passing yards, 47 rushing yards and three total touchdowns in each of his last three games, he'll continue to be a strong weekly fantasy option.
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