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Sport Mitchell Trubisky booed, Matt Nagy's Bears offense struggles in ugly loss to Saints

03:30  21 october  2019
03:30  21 october  2019 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

Report: Trubisky to make return vs. Saints

  Report: Trubisky to make return vs. Saints Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after missing miss one game with a left shoulder injury, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports, citing sources. Trubisky was officially listed as questionable Friday after practicing in full for three straight team sessions coming out of the bye week. Chase Daniel took the reins of the Bears offense with Trubisky on the sideline, entering in relief early in a Week 4 win over the division-rival Minnesota Vikings and getting the start in a losing effort to the Oakland Raiders in London.Trubisky had struggled prior to the injury, completing 65.

Trubisky and the Chicago Bears were shut down by the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, losing 10-3 in an ugly NFL opener that showered cold water on any Chicago Bears ' Mitchell Trubisky throws during the second half of an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers Thursday, Sept.

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And to think, the New Orleans Saints had the offense that came in shorthanded to Sunday’s game at Soldier Field.

a baseball player holding a bat on a field: Mitchell Trubisky was booed often by Bears fans on Sunday. (Getty Images)© Provided by Oath Inc. Mitchell Trubisky was booed often by Bears fans on Sunday. (Getty Images)

The Chicago Bears’ offense looks broken. Last season, Matt Nagy was NFL Coach of the Year and Mitchell Trubisky was in the Pro Bowl. While Trubisky is the one getting booed by Bears fans for every throw he misses and every sack he takes — and on Sunday, there were many chances to boo — nobody in the Bears offense looks good. Including the coach.

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Chicago fell to 3-3 with a rough 36-25 loss to the Saints. With less than 13 minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Bears had 94 yards and four first downs. A couple meaningless touchdowns at the end won’t fix anything. The Saints lost Drew Brees and they’re 5-0 without him. Against the Bears they didn’t have phenomenal running back Alvin Kamara, who was out with a high ankle sprain, or tight end Jared Cook either.

Bears QB Trubisky (shoulder) set to play vs. Saints

  Bears QB Trubisky (shoulder) set to play vs. Saints The Bears played without quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in their Week Five loss to the Raiders.

Getty Chicago Bears QB Mitch Trubisky . Bears HC Matt Nagy spent last week insisting his offense had to be better on first down. Trubisky was clearly struggling , yet Nagy refused to pull him. The Chicago Bears got outplayed on both sides of the ball in an ugly loss to the New Orleans Saints .

It sure looked as if Mitchell Trubisky and company could have used more preseason work. Trubisky and the Chicago Bears were shut down by the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, losing 10-3 in an ugly NFL opener that showered cold water on any championship dreams in the Windy City. ''Three.

And yet, it was the Bears’ offense that looked anemic.

What’s wrong with the Bears offense?

Nagy was celebrated for his magic on the sideline last season, leading the Bears to an NFC North title. That immediate success took expectations to a higher level, and the Bears aren’t living up to them. Though, no matter the preseason expectations, this offense wouldn’t fly in Chicago.

Let’s start with the running game. Over the offseason the Bears traded away Jordan Howard. The Bears got a conditional 2020 sixth-round pick that could improve to a fifth-rounder. Howard couldn’t catch the ball, and therefore wasn’t a fit in Nagy’s offense. The Bears drafted David Montgomery in the third round. Montgomery has done very little, and he had a costly fumble on Sunday. The Bears can’t run the ball and rarely tried Sunday. Chicago had 17 rushing yards on only seven attempts. Meanwhile, Howard is having a good season for the Philadelphia Eagles.

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  Rich Campbell: The Bears look more like also-rans than contenders after an inexcusable performance CHICAGO - The head coach and quarterback trudged to the lectern Sunday night, one after the other, because it was their obligation and because this monstrosity needed some explaining. And as Matt Nagy and Mitch Trubisky tried to account for the Bears' latest offensive meltdown following their 36-25 loss to the Saints, answers were as hard to come by as precious yards. "We're just searching," "We're just searching," Trubisky said. "We don't have any rhythm. We're not the offense we were last year.

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The absolute lack of a running game isn’t ideal for anyone but can be overcome if the quarterback is transcendent. That’s not the case in Chicago, as the fans will let you know.

Trubisky came back from a left non-throwing shoulder injury on Sunday. He was bad. Trubisky missed plenty of passes that an quarterback needs to make. On one, Anthony Miller got deep and was wide open, and Trubisky overthrew him by a few yards.

Last season, Trubisky looked like he was developing. He was still far from a finished product, but there were signs of progress. He has taken a step back from that progress and then some. It was surprising the Bears didn’t bench Trubisky for Chase Daniel at any point Sunday.

Mitchell Trubisky has regressed

Trubisky was the second pick of the draft, and it’s looking like a mistake. Trubisky is still early in his career but this season has been a clear step back. It looks worse every time someone brings up that the Bears passed on Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes to draft Trubisky.

Bears are on a slide and they're melting down over criticism

  Bears are on a slide and they're melting down over criticism Bears are on a slide and they're melting down over criticism

Bears coach Matt Nagy and offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich have initiated a monumental makeover of the Bears ’ offense , some effects of which should be evident sooner rather than later, if for no other reason than the quarterback and receiver group project to be noticeably better than the tools

Trubisky , Bears struggle offensively in season-opening loss to Packers. / Chicago Bears ' Mitchell Trubisky throws during the second half of an NFL football game against the Green Trubisky and the Chicago Bears were shut down by the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, losing 10-3 in an ugly

It’s hard to know what the correct ratio of blame is for the Bears. Nagy hasn’t looked like the genius that was the talk of the NFL last season. He doesn’t want to commit to the running game and hasn’t generated a lot of easy passes for his quarterback. But, it’s hard to call run plays when none of them work, and whenever the Bears have a pass play that looks like a winner, Trubisky has either missed the read or hasn’t hit the pass.

Sean Payton has been one of the NFL’s best coaches for a while, and he’s having a tremendous season. Without Brees, the Saints haven’t had a great offense but it has been good enough. New Orleans’ defense has been very good. For a moment it looked like New Orleans might be in some trouble with Brees out due to thumb surgery, but now they look like a Super Bowl favorite considering Brees will come back soon. It’s an impressive job by Payton and his staff.

There was a big difference in coaching Sunday. The Saints had a big edge at quarterback too, even though they’re using backup Teddy Bridgewater. There’s not much to like about the Bears now, particularly on offense, and the fans weren’t holding back their feelings about it on Sunday.

Mitch Trubisky knows about the hate coming his way, and he’s trying to steer clear

  Mitch Trubisky knows about the hate coming his way, and he’s trying to steer clear Mitch Trubisky knows about the hate coming his way, and he’s trying to steer clear

The Bears offense remained stuck in neutral Monday night, spinning its wheels for the second time in as many games in a disappointing 29-14 loss to the visiting Eagles. After failing to score any points on seven possessions in the second half of their Week 1 loss to the Texans, the Bears produced just

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - SEPTEMBER 05: Mitchell Trubisky #10 of the Chicago Bears looks to pass during a game against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier It hasn’t been pretty a lot of the times for Mitchell Trubisky , who hasn’t been able to turn a corner in the second year of Matt Nagy ’ s offense .

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Bears in danger of losing locker room if Trubisky's woes continue?Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy entered his team’s road test against the Philadelphia Eagles with a simple goal for Mitchell Trubisky, his struggling starting quarterback:

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