Although Mitchell Trubisky’s night was average overall, he did have a career milestone. For the first time, the second-year quarterback threw for two touchdowns in a single game. Trubisky did this while completing 74 percent of his passes (25 for 34), and amassing 200 yards in the air. However, the 2017 second-overall draft pick continued to show inconsistency by throwing two interceptions (which was almost three) and a number of off-target passes. Trubisky did continue to show his athletic ability through his scrambling, with his longest run going for 17 yards (the Bears’ longest run for the game).