2020 Chicago Bears: Week 2 Report Card vs. New York Giants
Mitch Trubisky looked better than his stats showed
Mitchell Trubisky looked to be riding the wave of momentum from the come-from-behind win in Week 1. The four-year veteran quarterback started the game completing four of his first five passes for 62 yards, and throwing a touchdown on the Bears’ first two offensive drives. Trubisky would later throw another touchdown strike late in the second quarter. Both of the touchdown passes were due to the North Carolina product keeping the play alive with his feet.
However, Trubisky’s overall game wasn’t that stellar. He ended the game completing 18 of 28 passes for 190 yards, and had two interceptions to go along with his two touchdowns. His running ability on the team’s final drive of the game did help run significant time off of the clock to help protect a four-point lead.