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An awesome Xs&Os thread on Bears’ QB Mitchell Trubisky

We had to share this incredible Twitter thread all about Chicago Bears’ QB Mitchel Trubisky.

A week ago we brought you the interesting take from Pre Snap Reads’ Cain Fahey where he ranked Chicago BearsMitchell Trubisky as the 14th best quarterback in the NFL. Fahey has been known for getting a bit controversial in the past, but he does a ton of research on the quarterback position and he vehemently stands by his opinions.

On Thursday night he decided to share some GIFs of Trubisky’s play with the Bears last year, and offer up some thoughts. He ended his thread with a sentiment that seems to be shared by more than a few NFL analysts after the whirlwind offseason the Bears have had so far. “He’s overlooked but Trubisky was outstanding as a rookie. If Nagy is even two thirds the coach that (Philly’s Doug) Pederson and (K.C.’s Andy) Reid are, then the Bears offense has a chance to be great.”

Great would be a step up from what they were last year...

To see the full Twitter moment (and larger GIFs) you can click here, but I’ll also share his Tweets right here as well.

Athleticism, arm strength, accuracy, and pocket presence all on display in that GIF.

And in this one too.

Yikes... Kyle Long was abused on that play. I hope his three surgeries were successful, because if not, the Bears need more guard depth.

I did not need to stumble onto the thread at 11:15 pm. I need to get up in six hours...

Imagine him hitting that deep crosser to the speedy Taylor Gabriel.

That was a touchdown.

That was a big time throw.

Josh Bellamy, who just signed his RFA tender to return to the Bears, with the TD grab!

I discussed Adam Shaheen’s role in the new offense in my podcast last week.

Just click the link below...

I can’t wait for the 2018 season to get underway!

Yes... Allen Robinson is a Bear!

Wait a minute. Did he just compare Trubisky to Tannehill?

He did it again.

Those were two sweet plays though.

That’s a pretty play.

When does phase two of the offseason program begin again?

I can not wait for some real Bears football.