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8 months agoChicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky will enter his third NFL season with as much potential as there will be trepidation. After a mediocre half-season of football as a rookie, Trubisky began to really flash his talent in his second season operating in head coach Matt Nagy's offense. Trubisky finished the season completing 66.6% of his passes for 24 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also proved to opponents that he is a true threat with his legs, posting 421 rushing yards for three touchdowns. He posted four games of 300 passing yards with multiple touchdown passes in six games. Now the question that fantasy owners must wrestle with: what is Trubisky's ceiling? Despite significant strides forward, Trubisky will struggle to crack the top-12 quarterbacks in fantasy this season. The third-year quarterback struggled against playoff teams in 2018, passing for only five touchdowns with seven interceptions against the Seahawks, Patriots and Rams. This doesn't mean that Trubisky won't be fantasy relevant in 2019. But there are simply too many more talented passers in the league currently and taking Trubisky as a fantasy number one quarterback could be a mistake. Trubisky does have an outside chance to reach 30-plus total touchdowns this season and could even reach 4,000-plus yards. But fantasy owners should target the Bears quarterback as a fantastic matchup-based play, not an every week starter, and will be one of the top QB2's in 2019.--Joey C - RotoBaller
Source: Chicago Bears

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