What are the three biggest questions in the Chicago Bears quarterback room entering the 2019 season?
2019 for the Chicago Bears presents a new slate and a chance for players to prove themselves and make names for themselves. Every player controls their own destiny. With that in mind, roles, jobs, and roster spots are won and lost.
When it comes to the quarterback room things are pretty cut and dry. However, questions will always emerge and there is always room for imrpovement. As well as Mitch Trubisky progressed, the year ended on a sour note, and he had his downs with his ups.
What are the three biggest questions that we may learn in training camp?
1. Has Mitch Trubisky mastered the playbook?
When Matt Nagy was hired, we warned that it does not always click as quickly as Sean McVay did in Los Angelas. The quarterback was going to have to learn a lot with the new system. Remember, Matt Ryan was coming off of a poor first season with Kyle Shanahan when he won MVP in his second. With that in mind, Trubisky progressed well in his first year.
However, a lot of his mistakes came as costly mental errors. That can come with confidence in the playbook.
Last year Chase Daniel was helping Trubisky learn the playbook in training camp. This year, fans need to see Trubisky teaching the playbook to others.
Nagy had said similar in OTAs, saying that he has taken control and made the playbook his this year. Now, we get the chance to see for ourselves.
Confidence, mastery of the playbook, checks at the line. This is the biggest question for Mitch Trubisky.