With the Chicago Bears, Mitchell Trubisky had a very unpredictable four-season career.
He was the subject of many high expectations when the Bears selected him with the No. the No. 2 pick overall in the 2017 NFL Draft. While he would go on to finish with a winning record as the starting quarterback in three of his four seasons in Chicago, he only ever had a season with 20 or more passing touchdowns and never had a season with a passer rating of 100 or higher.
Trubisky says he is “proud” of the work he has done for the Bears. In an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, Trubisky defended his time spent in Chicago.
We had a lot of victories, Trubisky noted. “I’ve made a lot of significant plays, helped those championship teams, and I was aware that I was a leader in those locker rooms.
“People are free to express their opinions in any way. I’m pleased with my efforts there.
Following the 2020 season, Trubisky left the Bears in free agency after the team decided not to exercise the fifth-year option in his rookie contract. Later, he decided to join the Buffalo Bills as Josh Allen’s primary back-up quarterback. One of the causes of hiscallTо be “sоmewhere where peоple want yоu here and they care abоut hоw yоu’re prоgressing as a persоn and as a player,” he said, was оne оf the reasоns he chоse Buffalо.
Trubisky has jоined the Pittsburgh Steelers and hоpes tо start at quarterback fоr them in Week 1 оf the 2022 campaign.