Chicago Bears: Is naming Mitchell Trubisky the 2020 starter the right call?

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Just like that, the Chicago Bears are done with their season. The good news for fans is they do not have to worry about another missed field goal. Now we have to worry about Mitchell Trubisky and what he is going to bring to the plate in 2020.

Mitchell Trubisky disappointed Chicago Bears fans this season, but to be fair the entire team did. Many fans were hoping for change after the abysmal season this year, but instead, we got a firing of an offensive coordinator and an offensive line coach. It is a start, but if this team fails to succeed next year it will only be the start of things to come in Chicago.

Matt Nagy and Mitchell Trubisky came into this season ready to spread terror around the NFL. Many assumed following the great year they had last season that they would find a way to turn things around, and boy was that wrong. The Bears finished .500. Something two years ago many fans would have been happy about.

Trubisky and company let people down. I cannot really blame the defense. They still showed up to play but were on the field for 80 percent of the game. I hope we can see this team really come into their own again next season, and I could see that happening because the best motivation is losing.

Think about how much of a bounce-back year the Green Bay Packers had this year. The same with the Vikings. Chicago needs to turn their failures into something they can look to for motivation. It is easy to look at a good team and say I want to do that again. That is what the Bears did this year, but it is even better to say let’s not let that happen again.

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The Chicago Bears need to learn from their mistakes. Whether it be improving their offensive line or improving their play calling, the time is now to grow. I have no doubt that the Bears can turn things around next season, or rather Ryan Pace does. However, one thing is for sure, if this Bears team fails to succeed next year, we might see them clean house at quarterback, head coach and general manager in 2021.