The Mitchell Trubisky revenge game vs. the Chicago Bears is the best thing to happen this preseason.
Mitchell Trubisky‘s revenge game vs. the Chicago Bears is the preseason content we crave.
Besides winning a Super Bowl, there are few things better in the NFL than a good, old-fashioned spite game. Trubisky may not be brimming with spite in this exhibition contest, but he is beating the snot out of his former team who decided to roll with Andy Dalton instead of him this season. Justin Fields is the future in Chicago, but long live the Mitchell Trubisky Chicago Bears spite game.
NFL Twitter reacted accordingly to Trubisky’s best performance in Chicago since the John Fox era.
Mitchell Trubisky is working Andy Dalton in his Chicago Bears spite game
The Bears did trade up to No. 2 to draft Trubisky out of North Carolina back in 2017 because he did have talent.
What we are seeing is Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll asserting his dominance over Bears head coach Matt Nagy. Daboll will be an NFL head coach next season, and Nagy is a strong candidate to be the first coach fired this year. Can you imagine if he replaces him in Chicagoland next season? Do. Not. Rule. That. Out!
The absolute best part of this Bears preseason depantsing by Trubisky is that the Blue Angels were practicing their flyovers over Lake Michigan. You can watch an aerial show every summer, but when was the last time you saw Trubisky do this at Soldier Field?
The only way this meaningless preseason game could have been better is if Jake Fromm was taking on Fields in a game that would have set the college football world on fire. Sadly, we may be denied the Kirby Smart bowl for all the world to see. We should be thanking our lucky stars that Mr. Biscuits is showing all of Chicagoland he is the superior NFL quarterback over the Red Rifle.
Fields better work out for the Bears because otherwise, they just let a legend walk out the door.