The Chicago Bears quarterback will not go down without a fight.
Tarik Cohen continued…
The Chicago Bears need to be careful not to give up on Cohen too soon. Cohen was asked who leads the practices that are set up for a passing session. Cohen’s response was that Trubisky was the main guy that sets up the workouts.
Trubisky has a favorite four guys that he messages to start everything and goes from there. That signifies that he trusts those four players over the rest. Cohen still supports Trubisky and believes he has shown that he wants to become great. Cohen also believes the desire to get better is still boiling in Trubisky’s blood.
It is exciting to me personally that Trubisky still has the drive to get better and get the offense playing better. Whether he reaches that goal or not, he shows that he is not a Ryan Leaf type of bust player who showed he (Leaf) did not care about his team or teammates.
When Cohen was asked about how Trubisky is throwing, he responded that he is throwing well. Cohen mentioned how his throwing on the run is on point like always. If coach Nagy reads anything, its that he should tweak his west coast offense to use Trubisky more to throw on the run. Great coaches find a way to use their players to their own most enormous potential.
Mitch Trubisky seems to understand that he knows the Chicago Bears need to push him to a higher level of play. Reading his body language, Trubisky appears to have a stern look in his eyes where the competition does not rattle him. Only time will tell if he is ready to be the future of the Chicago Bears.
Trubisky stated how he has been watching a lot of film on where the ball should have been thrown and better decisions to be made during Trubisky’s time in Chicago. Trubisky brought up how healthy and details are something that needs to be focused on offense.