If anyone reasonably expected Chicago Bears' rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to throw for 400 yards and four touchdowns on Monday night, then boy do I have a bridge to sell you.
However, the debut of the "Savior" wasn't completely even. It was about what you'd expect from a rookie passer. He's going to occasionally flash, as he regularly did with well placed passes and uncanny athleticism on the move. And he's going to struggle, as the Vikings defense adjusted to him and as evidenced by his late game-sealing interception to Harrison Smith. Nothing to get too high or too low about for now.
With that in mind, I hopped on CLTV SportsFeed last night to discuss Trubisky's first Bears start in full, a dominant performance by my son Leonard Floyd and Akiem Hicks (we're coining them "Flo with a Dream", by the way), and what promise is eventually on the horizon for these still rebuilding Bears.
Here are both segments in their entirety along with a short preview. Don't mind me, just pay attention for another potential Zeglinski Face. It's probably there somewhere.
Robert Zeglinski is the Bears beat writer for the Rock River Times and is an editor for Windy City Gridiron. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski.