Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky throws third touchdown of Week 14 game against the Cowboys
Mitchell Trubisky has been under immense pressure to deliver for the Chicago Bears this season, and for the most part, he’s getting heat more than he’s being praised due to his poor decision-making and inability to get Chicago’s offense on the same page consistently. But against Dallas, Trubisky appears to be a different quarterback — a much better one.
The Bears are rolling at Soldier field through the first three quarters of their Thursday Night Football Game against the visiting Dallas Cowboys, whose problematic defense is further illuminated by Trubisky’s excellent play.
Trubisky already has three touchdowns in the game with still a full quarter to be played ahead. His third TD strike came in the third quarter when he hooked up with wide receiver Anthony Miller for a short 14-yard scoot into the end zone. The score put the Bears ahead, 24-7 after Brett Maher’s extra-point kick.
Trubisky was trending in the wrong direction early in the game, as he got picked off in the first quarter, but gathered himself enough to avert what appeared to be another bad performance.