Coach Matt Nagy said Monday that Trubisky (hip) would "absolutely" remain the Bears' starting quarterback Week 12 versus the Giants if cleared to play, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.
While he was slogging through an unproductive outing in Sunday's 17-7 loss to the Rams, Trubisky suffered a right hip pointer late in the second quarter, when he was sacked by Los Angeles' Troy Hill. Chicago's training staff determined Trubisky was fit to play in the second half, but Nagy noted the quarterback's hip stiffened up in the fourth quarter. Nagy decided to pull Trubisky with 3:31 remaining, opening the door for veteran Chase Daniel to direct the final drive of the night. With the coach stressing that the decision to pull Trubisky early had nothing to do with his play, the struggling signal-caller looks like he'll be back out there against the Giants if the hip doesn't prove to be a major concern.
Coach Matt Nagy relayed Monday that Trubisky suffered a right hip pointer on a second-quarter sack in Sunday night's 17-7 loss to the Rams, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
After the sack, Trubisky was able to stay in the game, but eventually he was replaced by Chase Daniel with 3:34 remaining in the fourth quarter. It remains to be seen if Trubisky will be able to play Week 12, but we should have a better idea of his status for this coming Sunday's tilt against the Giants once the Bears resume practice.
Head coach Matt Nagy said following Sunday's loss to the Rams that he removed Trubisky from the game in favor of Chase Daniel because Trubisky "wasn't feeling right. His hip was hurting him. We knew a few series earlier."
It's still not exactly clear when Trubisky suffered the injury, but he was able to stay in the game for several drives before ultimately being taken out in favor of Daniel. The severity of Trubisky's injury has still not been disclosed, which leaves his status for the Bears' Week 12 matchup with the Giants uncertain until more details emerge.
Trubisky left Sunday's game against the Rams with a hip injury.
Trubisky played nearly the entire game, but it was Chase Daniel who quarterbacked the Bears on the their final drive of Sunday's contest. Trubisky's status will be updated again when the Bears release more information regarding his injury. He completed 24 of 43 passes for 190 yards and threw both one touchdown and one interception before departing the game.
Trubisky completed 16 of 23 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns in Chicago's 20-13 victory over the Lions on Sunday.
Trubisky had another slow start, as he was held to fewer than 35 yards until a couple minutes remained in the first half before turning things around. Even though his yardage total was low, he tied a season-high 7.5 yards per attempt while matching a season-best three touchdown passes. This was just the third time all season he's thrown a TD in a game, and he's only surpassed 231 yards on two occasions. As a result, he'll remain a low-floor weekly fantasy option.
Trubisky will continue as the Bears' starting quarterback, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Matt Nagy noted that many people are involved in the offensive struggles, not just Trubisky. However, after completing 67 percent of his passes with a 24:12 TD:INT in 2018, he's fallen to 63 percent and 5:3 in seven games this season, and his performance has been one of the main problems with the Bears' offensive performance. That said, with a 3-5 record and a playoff berth extremely unlikely, it may not make sense to make a move to Chase Daniel unless the organization was convinced they need to go in a different direction next year at quarterback. Trubisky's status likely will be a weekly topic of discussion for the rest of the season.
Trubisky completed 10 of 21 passes for 125 yards in the Bears' 22-14 loss to the Eagles on Sunday.
Trubisky was especially brutal in the first half, passing for 24 yards and leading the Bears to just a single first down. Once the Eagles took a commanding lead, he was slightly more productive, but both touchdown drives the offense produced were capped off by David Montgomery rushing scores, which kept him from recording a touchdown pass. This was the third time in four games that Trubisky failed to account for a touchdown, and his downside makes him a difficult player to trust in fantasy lineups.
The Bears will continue starting Trubisky, though the team expects to see improvement soon, Patrick FInley of the Chicago Sun TImes reports.
Coach Matt Nagy explained that Trubisky has time to turn things around this season, and he noted that his quaterback is still learning the offense, though if the mistakes continue, the staff will be forced to make some tough decisions. Obviously, Trubisky hasn't been a solid fantasy option this year, as he's thrown touchdown passes in just two games while his rushing yardage has mostly evaporated from what he produced in 2018. Should he eventually lose the starting job, Chase Daniel would be a slight upgrade for fantasy owners. For now, Trubisky's downside makes him a risky player to trust in fantasy lineups.
Trubisky completed 23 of 35 passes for 253 yards and an interception in Chicago's 17-16 loss to the Chargers on Sunday.
Trubisky had plenty of chances for a touchdown pass from inside the five-yard line, but the only pass he threw that was somewhat catchable resulted in a defensive pass interference call on a throw to Allen Robinson. When the Bears had a chance to put the game away in the fourth quarter, he tossed an interception and lost a fumble, and despite later leading the team down the field on potential game-winning drive, Eddy Pineiro missed the field goal. He's failed to throw a touchdown pass in four of six starts, and he carries significant weekly downside as a fantasy option.
Trubisky went 34-for-54 passing for 251 yards and two touchdowns in Chicago's 36-25 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
For the majority of this game, Trubisky was under heavy pressure without the Saints needing to blitz, and he appeared to have little confidence throwing the ball to anyone other than Allen Robinson. However, garbage time took over late in the game, and he threw a pair of meaningless touchdowns to salvage his fantasy day despite a dreadful performance. Aside from a three-touchdown effort against Washington, he's thrown just two TD passes over four games, and this was the only game he's had with more than 231 passing yards. Until he gets things figured out, he's a difficult player to trust in fantasy lineups.
Trubisky (shoulder) is active for Sunday's Week 7 tilt versus the Saints.
Trubisky's active status was expected after he managed to practice in full all week. The third-year quarterback will be making his first appearance since Week 4, when he suffered his shoulder injury six snaps into a game against the Vikings. Trubisky will look to pick up where he left off in his last full game, a 231-yard, three-touchdown effort against the Redskins in Week 3 during which he completed a season-high 80.6 percent of his passes.
Trubisky (shoulder), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New Orleans, will play, according to sources, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Coming out of a bye week and with no limitations in practice, Trubisky should be ready to return from the injury to his non-throwing shoulder. With Taylor Gabriel (concussion) cleared to play, the Bears will have their full complement of weapons on offense for Trubisky's return.
Trubisky (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New Orleans, despite practicing in full throughout the week.
Coming out of a bye week and with no limitations in practice, Trubisky should be ready to return from the injury to his non-throwing shoulder. With Taylor Gabriel (concussion) cleared to play, the Bears will have their full complement of weapons on offense.
Trubisky (shoulder) practiced in full Thursday.
Trubisky was expected to get all the reps with the first-team offense, which coach Matt Nagy said the Bears would use "to evaluate where he's at and see how much he can handle," per Larry Mayer of the team's official site. With Thursday's listing, Trubisky appears to be good to go against the Saints in Sunday, when he's slated to retain his role as the starting quarterback, according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune.
Trubisky (shoulder) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Trubisky has benefited from the Bears' Week 6 bye, completing every drill in practice for the first time since dislocating and suffering a slight labrum tear in his left non-throwing shoulder on Sept. 29. Whenever he's given clearance to play, he'll be required to wear a harness on that shoulder, which could impact his ability to catch snaps in the shotgun, according to Adam Hoge of WGN Radio 720 AM Chicago. Trubisky hasn't fumbled yet this season, but it was an issue during his first two campaigns, as he lost five of 16 fumbles across 26 starts.
Trubisky (shoulder) will participate in Wednesday's practice, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Coach Matt Nagy said that he's "cautiously optimistic" Trubisky will be ready to start Sunday's game against the Saints, but the third-year signal-caller will nonetheless split practice reps with backup Chase Daniel as a precaution, according to Stacey Dales of NFL Network. A final decision on Trubisky's availability for Week 7 will come after the Bears analyze how well he holds up following a full week of practice.
Coach Matt Nagy said Trubisky (shoulder) practiced Monday, Adam Jahns of The Athletic reports.
According to Nagy, Trubisky threw for the first time since dislocating and suffering a slight labrum tear in his left non-throwing shoulder Week 4. "I thought he looked good," Nagy told Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune. Nagy didn't commit to Trubisky returning to action Sunday against the Saints, but if he makes the requisite progress, it appears he'll have a good chance to be in the starting lineup this weekend.
The Bears' decision to release third-string quarterback Tyler Bray on Tuesday suggests Trubisky (shoulder) is expected to return Week 7 against the Saints, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
The Bears get a well-timed Week 6 bye after losing to the Raiders in London on Sunday. Trubisky is recovering from a dislocation and slight labrum tear in his left shoulder, and while he may not be back to 100 percent yet, he should be ready to return for the Oct. 20 home date versus New Orleans. If not, Chase Daniel will get another start.
Trubisky (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders in London.
Trubisky didn't practice at all this week and never seemed to have any shot at playing. He could be back after a Week 6 bye, with the Bears hosting the Saints in Week 7. Chase Daniel will get the start in London.
Trubisky (shoulder) is expected to miss Sunday's game against the Raiders but could return to action after Chicago's Week 6 bye, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Trubisky is dealing with a dislocation and slight labrum tear in his (left) non-throwing shoulder, but he'll be able to avoid surgery for both injuries. As such, Trubisky won't be in line for an extended absence, though the Bears appear set to roll with Chase Daniel under center Sunday in London. Coach Matt Nagy said Wednesday that Trubisky will be considered day-to-day after the bye week, setting the stage for a possible Week 7 return against the Saints if his recovery proceeds as anticipated.
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