Mitchell Trubisky was pretty accurate on the afternoon, completing 25 of 29 passes for 246 yards, one touchdown and zero interceptions. However, the second-year pro did have a couple of moments of bad decision making. On the Bears’ second drive of the game, Trubisky threw a pass to tight end Adam Shaheen in double coverage in the end zone that could’ve been picked off. Trubisky’s other fault was opting to lateral to Tarik Cohen on a read-option play instead of handing off to Jordan Howard, who was running the ball pretty good at the time. The result was a lost fumble.