Chicago Bears: Why sticking with Trubisky is the right move

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The Chicago Bears announced that Mitch Trubisky will be the starting QB in 2020. Here’s why it’s the right move.

Bears down.

As in, the Chicago Bears are down and somehow need to get back up.

After an incredibly disappointing 2019 season, the Bears ended the year with an 8-8 record and two losses to the Green Bay Packers.

Heading into the campaign, the Bears were surrounded by hype and expectations. It seemed the hype was justified, as the club was just a field goal kick away from advancing…you know what, we know what happened. They made the playoffs last year and were expecting to grow from there.

It wasn’t meant to be for the team, as they finished in third place in the NFC North.

Fortunately, that third place schedule for 2020 is much more favorable than this year’s slate.

The team announced on Tuesday that they’d be sticking with Mitch Trubisky for at least 2020, announcing that Mitch was their starter for next year.

Although it’s certainly not an exciting move, it’s the right move for the organization and for 2020.

Look, we know there’s a lot of things that Trubisky needs to improve on. We know that he hasn’t shown the football IQ needed to build a team around.

But it makes the most sense for next year. Seriously, it does.

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So we’ll ask you to put your emotions side and stick with us here as we break down three reasons why the Bears are making the right move in sticking with Trubisky for the 2020 season.