The Chicago Bears have numerous issues. This much should be evident to just about everyone who watched them get steamrolled 29-7 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Though as badly as they played, the four turnovers in the first half (three by the quarterback) were what did them in. Show More Summary
Bears coach John Fox is not interested in changing quarterbacks. Fox said after today’s loss to the Buccaneers that he will not bench starter Mike Glennon in favor of rookie Mitch Trubisky. Asked if Trubisky could start next week, Fox answered simply, “No.” Glennon threw two interceptions and lost a fumble, and the Bears didn’t [more]
Bears quarterback Mike Glennon wanted to play well today against his former team in Tampa Bay. He didn’t. Not even close. Instead, all Glennon did was make fans wonder when Mitch Trubisky will take over as the Bears’ starting quarterback. Glennon threw two interceptions and lost a fumble as the Buccaneers rolled over the Bears, [more]
That was quick.
Quarterback Mitch Trubisky will begin the NFL season as the Chicago Bears’ primary backup to Mike Glennon. The Bears eliminated a lot of speculation by naming Trubisky their No. 2 passer on their depth chart. Mitch Trubisky supplanting...Show More Summary
When the Chicago Bears released their initial depth chart on Wednesday, Mitch Trubisky was listed as the backup to Mike Glennon. And while most fans would have liked to see him named as the starter, his promotion to the number two spot brings him one step closer to taking over the position. Show More Summary
Whether he’d played well in the preseason or not, Bears coach John Fox maintained throughout the summer that Mike Glennon would be the team’s starting quarterback once the regular season got underway but he was less forthcoming about the question of which of his other two quarterbacks would be serving as the backup. Fox gave [more]
Jeff Fisher isn’t in our NFL lives this season, but John Fox has stepped into his role marvelously. The handling of star rookie Mitch Trubisky through the preseason didn’t always make sense, because it seems like the game has passed Fox by. Show More Summary
The Bears started rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky in tonight’s fourth and final preseason game, but they waited a long time to let him pass. Trubisky took the field tonight and handed off. And handed off again. And again. By the end of the first quarter, Trubisky had played three series, handed off nine times and [more]
Despite a preseason that made some of us wonder whether Bears rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky should be the starter, Mike Glennon is the No. 1 quarterback. Which means Thursday night may be the last time Trubisky plays for a while. Bears coach John Fox confirmed today that Trubisky will be the starter for Thursday night’s [more]
Give Mike Glennon this: He responded pretty well to all the talk about him losing his job to a rookie. The Chicago Bears hadn’t shown any signs they were ready to replace Glennon with rookie Mitch Trubisky at quarterback, and nothing that happened Sunday should change their minds. Show More Summary
Bears rookie Mitch Trubisky got his first playing time with the first team on Sunday in Nashville, but his best moment of the game came after the team subbed in some backups at the skill positions. Trubisky threw a perfect strike to Tanner Gentry for a 45-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to cap the [more]
Mitch Trubisky is the Chicago Bears’ quarterback of the future. What the Chicago Bears are hoping for is that Mike Glennon can hold on to the starting quarterback’s job throughout the regular season. The Bears will play their third preseason game against the Tennessee Titans. Show More Summary
The first step towards becoming the starting quarterback is actually getting time with the first team wide receivers and offensive line. That’s the opportunity Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky has in preseason game No. 3 against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Show More Summary
Retired quarterback Peyton Manning stopped by Bears practice to see his former coach and advise rookie QB Mitch Trubisky.
There are no groundhogs involved and he’s not in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, but Bears quarterback Mike Glennon is feeling a bit like Bill Murray these days. Glennon was in Tampa when Jameis Winston was taken first overall in 2015 and saw his starting job disappear. Now he’s with the Bears and second overall pick Mitch Trubisky [more]
The best quarterback at Bears practice on Wednesday might have been on the sideline as Peyton Manning stopped by to check out former coach John Fox’s current team, but he won’t be available to start against the Titans on Sunday afternoon. That job will again go to Mike Glennon, who Fox confirmed will get his [more]
Good problem to have?
Mike Glennon was given the Chicago Bears’ starting quarterback job, but he hasn’t done much to keep it. Glennon, the Bears’ big free-agent acquisition this offseason, was underwhelming for the second straight preseason game. That will do nothing to quiet the excitement for rookie Mitch Trubisky, who was the second pick of the draft. Show More Summary
The Bears say they don’t have a quarterback controversy. From the looks of their first two preseason games, they should. Rookie Mitch Trubisky outplayed the anointed starter Mike Glennon again on Saturday night as the Bears beat the Cardinals. Glennon completed 13 of 18 passes for 89 yards with one touchdown and one interception, while [more]