American Football – Chicago Bears: Mitchell Trubisky Doubtful About Next Game
Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was recorded as doubtful on the group’s damage report, placing him in peril of missing the Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions.
Bears mentor Matt Nagy had said that he was idealistic that Trubisky would play on Thursday, in spite of shoulder damage endured on a late hit in Chicago’s 25-20 prevail upon the Minnesota Vikings at the end of the week.
Be that as it may, Trubisky allegedly woke up sore on Wednesday and with less development in the shoulder than he expected, before the group recorded their quarterback as “doubtful”.
With such a short turnaround to the Bears’ next game, reinforcement Chase Daniel, 32, will probably get the beginning.
It would be the third beginning of Daniel’s nine-season NFL profession and his first since Week 17 of 2014, when he was with the Kansas City Chiefs. In right around a long time since, he has tossed just three goes in the normal season.
Since Trubisky made his first NFL begin in Week 5 of last season, he has not missed an amusement because of damage. In a breakout second season, he has tossed for 2,469 yards and 20 touchdowns with nine block attempts.
Packer fans talking smack but I’d bet Nagy has a plan for Chase Daniel. A good head coach doesn’t need a good quarterback to win/compete, as displayed by the Bears record with Mitchell Trubisky.
— Tanner Nestle (@NestleIsTheName) November 21, 2018
Going to bears🐻 game tomorrow and just found out @Mtrubisky10 is hurt, bummer considering this my first game ever but rest up champ get ready for next week we still got this #🐻⬇️
— dominic haslinger (@dominichasling2) November 21, 2018
— Jacob Infante (@jacobinfante24) November 21, 2018
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