The Chicago Bears had another disappointing game today, with the Mitch Trubisky-led offense struggling to do anything of substance in a 36-25 loss to the New Orleans Saints at home.
Trubisky, the former No. 2 overall pick in the NFL Draft, returned to the field today after missing time with a shoulder injury. He was not good.
The Bears’ offense got into the end zone late, but for most of the contest, failed to get anything going.
Trubisky had a brutally honest admission after his team’s loss.
“Right now we have no identity. We’re just searching,” Trubisky said.
This might be the most honest thing anyone has said yet. Trubisky: “Right now we have no identity. We’re just searching.”
— Nancy Armour (@nrarmour) October 21, 2019
That’s not what you want to hear from your franchise quarterback roughly two months into the NFL’s regular season.
Chicago fell to 3-3 on the season with today’s loss. The Bears have the Chargers at home next weekend, before facing Philadelphia on the road.
The Bears trail both the Packers (6-1) and the Vikings (5-2) in the NFC North.