Mitchell Trubisky

Mitchell Trubisky Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 20, 1994 (25)
Experience
4th Season
Drafted
2017 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 2 (CHI)
College
North Carolina

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Mitchell Trubisky News

Ted Ginn Jr. Has Faith In Mitchell Trubisky

Chicago Bears wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. is "excited to move back to the Midwest" as one of the new additions to the Bears offense. Ginn told Good Morning Football that he believes that quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will be the starter and has enjoyed his conversations with head coach Matt Nagy thus far. Ginn is a veteran but still has the speed to blow the top off an opposing defense, a dynamic the Bears sorely missed last season. Chicago's offense was one of the most frustrating units in football last season and will be under the microscope from the first snap of training camp when teams reconvene. Ginn's boom-or-bust ways as a deep threat doesn't give him much fantasy appeal in most fantasy leagues, but his presence as a deep threat should be good news for Allen Robinson.

Jun. 24th • 3:14 PM
Nick Foles, Mitchell Trubisky Need To Bring Energy

Chicago Bears quarterbacks Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky, who will be competing for the starting job in training camp, will need to bring plenty of energy to the battle this summer. Quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo said he's looking for "juice" at the position. DeFilippo spent the 2017 season in Philly with Foles and the 2019 season in Jacksonville with him, so there is familiarity and history there. The QB coach thinks Trubisky's biggest hurdle is the mental side of the game. The former No. 2 overall pick must also improve his footwork to have a chance at retaining the starting gig. Neither signal-caller is terribly attractive from a fantasy perspective in the starting role, but Foles has the bigger arm and slightly more fantasy upside as a low-end QB2 if he wins the job, as is expected.

Jun. 18th • 2:02 PM
Mitchell Trubisky Says Bears Are Still His Team

Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky still thinks the Bears are his team despite the fact that the team has said that there will be an open competition between himself and veteran Nick Foles this summer. "I think I was kind of pissed off in a good way. I've been motivated ever since. I think it's going to be a good competition," Trubisky said. The second overall pick in 2017 finished 2019 28th in total QBR (39.4), was tied for 27th in TD passes (17), 21st in passing yards (3,138), 32nd in yards gained per pass attempt (6.1) and 28th in traditional QB rating (83.0). It's why Chicago didn't pick up his fifth-year option and traded for Foles, who is expected to have a leg up in the competition. Trubisky's non-throwing shoulder is expected to be 100 percent after he had surgery in January, but even if he somehow keeps the starting gig, he'll be an unattractive QB2 to fantasy owners.

Jun. 12th • 3:34 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Nick Foles
Mitchell Trubisky
RB David Montgomery
Tarik Cohen
LWR Allen Robinson II
Javon Wims
RWR Anthony Miller
Cordarrelle Patterson
SWR Ted Ginn Jr.
Riley Ridley
TE Jimmy Graham
Cole Kmet
LT Charles Leno Jr.
Jason Spriggs
LG James Daniels
Corey Levin
C Cody Whitehair
Sam Mustipher
RG Rashaad Coward
Germain Ifedi
RT Bobby Massie
Alex Bars
DT Akiem Hicks
Roy Robertson-Harris
NT Eddie Goldman
John Jenkins
DE Bilal Nichols
Abdullah Anderson
LOLB Khalil Mack
James Vaughters
LILB Danny Trevathan
Josh Woods
RILB Roquan Smith
Joel Iyiegbuniwe
ROLB Robert Quinn
Barkevious Mingo
LCB Kyle Fuller
Buster Skrine
FS Deon Bush
Jordan Lucas
SS Eddie Jackson
DeAndre Houston-Carson
RCB Artie Burns
Jaylon Johnson
K Eddy Piñeiro