Mitchell Trubisky appeared to pay for his lack of preseason action in a poor NFL opener Thursday but insisted that was not the reason for the Bears’ loss.
The Bears lost, 10-3, to the Packers in a game dominated by the two defenses, with Trubisky looking particularly dismal, going 26-of-45 passing for 228 yards with no touchdowns and a red zone interception.
The Chicago quarterback did not throw a single pass in the preseason, yet he suggested it should not have been an issue come Week 1.
“I know you guys [the media] are going to try to draw comparisons like that, but really — I wish I could have said this before — the snaps in the preseason have nothing to do with the way we execute,” he told reporters.
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