Mitchell Trubisky’s stats over the last two weeks are pretty ridiculous, especially when compared to the rest of his season. His completion percentage is 75.4% (rest of season, Minnesota removed: 62.2%), he’s thrown for 291 yards per game (206.4), and he’s produced 8.4 yards per throw (5.75).
Those are some sharp increases, to say the least, and they made me wonder — what is Trubisky doing now that he didn’t do during the rest of the season? To answer this, I dove deep into Mitch’s film from the Rams game, the recent Lions game, and last week’s Cowboys game to try and find an answer to the following three questions:
- What areas of Mitch’s game have improved over the last two weeks?
- How has that affected the rest of the offense?
- What questions does Mitch need to answer over the last three weeks of the season?
Once I had my answers, I compiled them all into a new video — check it out below and let me know what you think!
Now it’s your turn — has Trubisky’s play over the last few weeks impressed you? What do you want to see from him going forward?