Trubisky started off slowly, getting away with two passes that should've been intercepted, but in the fourth quarter, he started throwing downfield, which allowed him to move the ball almost at will and leading him to a 300-yard effort. While breaking out in the regular season, he threw for 3,223 yards with 24 touchdowns and 12 interceptions while adding 421 yards and three scores on the ground. Despite his solid numbers, he was an erratic fantasy option who showed outstanding upside, but he ended the season with just five touchdown passes over his last five games. Going into the third year of his rookie deal, he should continue to grow in his second year in Matt Nagy's offense.
Trubisky's numbers certainly weren't anything to write home about, but considering he was playing without Allen Robinson (ribs), the downturn in production is at least somewhat understandable. The second-year signal-caller remained mistake-free, certainly key to Chicago securing the No. 3 seed in the NFC in a normally tough road environment. Trubisky now heads into a first-round home playoff clash next weekend against the Eagles on a three-game interception-less streak, although he also failed to reach the 200-yard mark through the air in three of the last five regular-season games. He'll look to up his production versus a Philadelphia secondary that's often proven vulnerable this season.
Trubisky completed 25-of-29 passes for 246 yards and a touchdown while adding three yards on the ground in Chicago's 14-9 victory over the 49ers.
Although the Bears trailed at the half, this game was close throughout, allowing Trubisky to function mostly as a game manager in a contest the team was able to control. After being a strong fantasy performer throughout the middle of the season, he's averaged just 189 yards and 1.25 passing TDs over his last four games, and he's turned into a low-upside fantasy option going into a tough Week 17 matchup at Minnesota.
Trubisky completed 20 of 28 passes for 235 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 24-17 win over the Packers. He added 16 yards on three carries. He fumbled during the contest, but it was recovered by the offense.
Chicago's defense kept the Bears in the game until the end, and the second-year passer delivered in crunch time. With the game tied at 14 early in the fourth quarter, Trubisky threw a strike to Trey Burton on the tight end's break for a 13-yard score, affording Chicago a lead they wouldn't relinquish. The final stat line isn't going to wow many people, but after five picks in his previous two games, a careful, efficient performance by Trubisky was a welcome sight. With that defense, Chicago will be hard to stop if Trubisky can continue playing mistake-free football. Week 16 features a visit to San Francisco and a bottom-five pass defense in terms of opponent passer rating at 102.1.
Trubisky completed 16 of 30 pass attempts for 110 yards, a touchdown and a trio of interceptions in Sunday's 15-6 win over the Rams. He added 23 rushing yards on six carries.
Trubisky certainly didn't bring his A-game to this contest, but his defense and rushing attack bailed him out in a winning effort. The Rams hadn't been an intimidating secondary to face for a good chunk of the season, but the full return of Aqib Talib could certainly be felt in the box score. Trubisky was also coming off of a two-week hiatus due to a shoulder injury, but there were no reports of a re-aggravation. Assuming that news stands, the sophomore quarterback will look to improve on Sunday's poor outing against a scuffling Packers squad in Week 15.
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