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12 months agoChicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky continues to be very inconsistent in training camp as he attempts to learn new head coach Matt Nagy's offense going into his second season. Trubisky has been picked off in all eight full-speed practices. “Obviously, he has turned the ball over too much,” offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich said. “Some of that has been his fault, some of it not, which is usually the case. But the quarterback gets the blame. And so we’ll get it fixed. It’s so far so good. We’re nowhere — nowhere — near where we need to be. But we’re…trending in the right direction.” It's not easy for a young QB to learn a new scheme, so the growing pains are understandable. The good news for Trubisky is he won't be asked to be just a game manager in 2018, and he'll have much better weapons in the passing game. That should make him more productive for fantasy owners, but the growing pains will continue throughout the year, making him more of a QB2 with upside.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: Chicago Tribune - Rich Campbell

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