Mitchell Trubisky Won't Play In Week 13

Mitchell Trubisky Won't Play In Week 13

Mitchell Trubisky Won't Play In Week 13

It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone, but Mitch Trubisky appears set to stay on the sidelines for another week.

In his first campaign with the Chicago Bears, All-Pro outside linebacker Khalil Mack has been a game-changing factor defensively for the franchise.

The quarterback missed Chicago's Thanksgiving win over the Detroit Lions with a right shoulder injury.

At this point, it appears longer is in fact the case.

Unfortunately, we have no line to compare it to like we did last week, but one can imagine that the Bears would be around -6 if Trubisky was starting.

They assumed - and we did, too - that a mini-bye, plus a full week of practices with Chase Daniel at the helm would make the offense even better. It's a fair - and safe - strategy by the Bears and rookie head coach Matt Nagy, but it definitely has its risks, as Daniel showed in the first minute of the game. It took only two plays before Mitchell Trubisky's replacement threw a pick-six and helplessly got run over by the New York Giants' defense.

The boys in Vegas are showing complete confidence in Daniel for this game so there's no reason that Bears fans should feel any differently.

Trubisky last played on November 18, beating the Vikings 25-20 on Sunday Night Football.

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