Trubisky completed 25 of 32 passes for 271 yards and a touchdown and also rushed twice for five yards and a score during Sunday's 33-7 win over Cincinnati.
This was easily the rookie's best fantasy showing of the campaign, and he's also now completed 37 of 47 passes (78.7 percent) the past two weeks. It's an encouraging stretch for Trubisky's long-term outlook, and Sunday's road win as an underdog is especially noteworthy. Still, he's yet to throw for multiple touchdowns or 300 yards in a game, and Chicago appears content to rely on its running game and defense. As a result, Trubisky's value will probably remain limited in single-quarterback settings.
Trubisky completed 12 of 15 passes for 102 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 15-14 loss to San Francisco. He added 19 yards on four rushing attempts.
The rookie took advantage of a short field and drove for a touchdown on the Bears' second drive of the game, but the Bears were unable to muster anything after that and only possessed the ball for 21 minutes in the contest. It was the most efficient effort of Trubisky's career so far, as he managed to complete 80 percent of his passes. He will have an even tougher test Week 14 at Cincinnati.
Trubisky completed 17 of 33 passes for 147 yards and two interceptions during Sunday's 31-3 loss to the Eagles. He rushed for 12 yards on four carries during the contest.
It was certainly a step back for Trubisky, who had as many picks against the Eagles on Sunday as he had through his first six career starts. The Bears' typically conservative approach didn't stand a chance with the Eagles up by multiple scores early. With no multi-touchdown games this season and just one performance of over 180 passing yards, the rookie shouldn't be on your radar.
Trubisky completed 18 of 30 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 27-24 loss to Detroit. He added 53 yards on six carries and lost a fumble during the game.
Trubisky padded the Bears' early lead in the first quarter with a one-yard touchdown in the back corner of the end zone to fellow rookie Adam Shaheen. The fun, for the most part, stopped there as a Trubisky fumble led to the Lions' first touchdown in the second quarter. Trubisky has been excellent at playing Foxball, head coach John Fox's conservative brand of football, with just one pick in his last five games. Still, with just three touchdowns in that span, he shouldn't be on your radar.
Trubisky completed 21 of 35 passes for 297 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 23-16 loss to Green Bay.
Trubisky briefly closed the gap for Chicago early in the fourth quarter with a 46-yard touchdown strike to Joshua Bellamy, snapping a two game scoreless streak for the rookie passer. Sunday's outing almost doubled Trubisky's previous season high in yardage of 164. In fairness to Trubisky, he's playing in what was to be a red-shirt season with a receiving corps decimated by the offseason departure of Alshon Jeffery and injuries to the likes of Kevin White and Zach Miller. Hope for the rest of the season might be found in Trubisky's work with trade-acquisition Dontrelle Inman, who snagged six passes for 88 yards in his first game as a Bear.
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