Mitch Trubisky #10 QB
Height / Weight
6'2" / 222 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 20, 1994 (23)
2nd Season
2017 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 2 (CHI)
North Carolina
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Chicago Bears right guard Kyle Long said the team is giving quarterback Mitch Trubisky more freedom in the offense heading into his second season. "My little boy is becoming a man. Mitch—they've taken the training wheels off of Mitch's little bike. So he going to be able to do some things creatively and get to showcase his skills," Long said. Trubisky was more of a game manager in his rookie season in a run-heavy offense under ex-head coach John Fox, and the second overall pick in last year's draft threw for just 2,193 yards, seven touchdowns and seven interceptions in 12 games played. He enters this year as the unquestioned starter and should put up much better numbers in an offense that has more weapons around him and that should be more balanced. Consider Trubisky a QB2 with sleeper upside in 2018.

2 days ago | RotoBaller

Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky has been pleased with the work that wide receiver Kevin White is putting in this spring. "He wants to be coached," Trubisky said. "He wants me to communicate with him every play — what I see, what he sees. And we're talking on the field and off the field (about) what he can do to get better." White has plenty of talent, but so far in his NFL career he hasn't caught a touchdown and has missed 43 games due to injury. He's suffered season-ending injuries in each of the last three years. So while the upside is intriguing, most fantasy owners aren't falling for it until White can show that he can stay on the football field.

over 1 month ago | RotoBaller

Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich said he sees a lot of Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota in quarterback Mitch Trubisky, and Helfrich also like's Trubisky's attractive skills and coachability. Helfrich coached Mariota at the University of Oregon. Helfrich will be tasked with improving Trubisky in his second NFL season. "Mitchell has a tight release," Helfrich said. "He's an accurate passer. They also have a couple of things similar that make them inaccurate. Their feet take them out of position. I sense from talking to a couple of offensive linemen, and this was unsolicited, when your offensive linemen are talking about how hard your quarterback works, that's a great sign." Trubisky mainly looked overmatched in his first NFL season, but to be fair, he didn't have much to work with in the passing game. If Chicago adds some decent pass catchers in the offseason, Trubisky should be able to take a step forward, but he's still more attractive in dynasty leagues than in redraft ones.

5 months ago | RotoBaller