Mitchell Trubisky criticizes Chicago Bears offensive performance

Mitchell Trubisky criticizes Chicago Bears offensive performance

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We don't have the attack from last season and every year is different, every game is different. We have to find ways and seek solutions with ourselves.

The quarterback's statements pointing to his team's offensive fragility end up being justified by the statistics in the current NFL season.

The Chicago Bears is the only team of the season that has not gone over 300 yards in a game yet, performing worse than Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins.

The total number represents an average of 85 yards in 10 campaigns, an average of just 8.5 yards won each campaign in three quarters of a match.

The coach also stressed that the option for the ground game this Sunday (20) was not the best, since Mitchell Trubisky was served on two occasions in 54 balls thrown.

I really think our ground game could be better. I don't know the number of total moves in the first half, but I will also say that, at the beginning of the 3rd quarter, we opted for the pass and had a fumble. It was a bad week.

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