How Mitchell Trubisky Does Against Ravens’ Pass Defense
There is a pretty good chance that Mitchell Trubisky will be the primary focus of the Bears for the rest of the season—assuming that he’s the starter for the remainder of the year. Trubisky didn’t fare too badly in his professional regular-season debut. However, this will be the rookie’s first start on the road. Overall, the Ravens’ defense isn’t as stout as the Minnesota Vikings’ defense, but their pass defense is better. Entering Week 6, Baltimore is ranked ninth in defending the pass, and has allowed a QB rating of 66.1 against opposing quarterbacks (second-best in the NFL). In addition, the Ravens’ nine interceptions is also the second-most in the league. With a lack of big-play receivers, the second overall draft pick will have to be smart with both his arm and legs.