Ryan Pace says the plan is for Mitch Trubisky to be the starting QB in 2020.
— Kevin Fishbain (@kfishbain) December 31, 2019
No real surprise here. With as much invested in Mitch Trubisky you kind of expected this. However, with the way Mitchell played this season it’s hard to get behind the decision here if you are a fan of The Chicago Bears. Naggy also added:
“I have extreme confidence in Nagy as our head coach, our playcaller, and extreme confidence in Nagy as our leader”–Ryan Pace
Meanwhile The Bears parted ways with a ton of coaches including their offensive coordinator.
The #Bears have parted ways with the following coaches:
Kevin Gilbride (TE)
Mark Helfrich (OC)
Harry Hiestand (OL)
Brock Olivo (Asst. ST)
— Chicago Bears (@BearsPR) December 31, 2019
Well good luck to Chicago Bear fans watching another season of Mitch Trubisky. The defense is so solid that you just hope Mitch can turn it up just enough so he can make help lead The Bears back to the playoffs next season. Of course this could change depending on who is available during free agency or the draft, but as things stand now Mitch Trubisky will be behind center for The Bears.