If you’re a fan of the Chicago Bears, you have to be feeling disenchanted with the play of Mike Glennon, and wondering when head coach Fox is going to play Mitch Trubisky at quarterback.

Glennon had a terrible performance against Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers last night, who defeated the Bears 35-14. Glennon didn’t seem to do much right. He had two interceptions and turned the ball over twice in the first quarter.

How much worse could Trubisky play? Not much according to some of the fans we’ve talked to. The Bears took Trubisky with the second overall pick in the 2017 draft. The team must have saw something they liked in this kid, now the fans are left to wonder how long until the coach plays this top draft pick.

Chicago has fallen to 1-3 on the season, and if they wait longer to play Trubisky, they may as well concede the season as another rebuilding year. If you’re a Bears fan that’s the last thing you’re expecting.

It’s clear Glennon is not the franchise QB the team needs. So how much longer will it be, before the head coach realizes it’s time to play Trubisky?

That’s the million dollar question. Only Fox can answer it. I’m sure he is facing pressure from within the organization, and from the fans. The Chicago media is probably also applying pressure to see Trubisky.

If I were coaching this team, I would have played him last night.

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  1. Anonymous

    You would think Fox would just start this kid. After all like your article says, what do the Bears have to lose???


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