Now, that is how you jump-start the offense:
The Chicago Bears opened Monday Night Football in style with a 10-play, 96-yard drive that chewed up five minutes and 40 seconds of clock and ended with a shovel-pass touchdown from Mitch Trubisky to Trey Burton. *fans self*
Oh, and you better believe Trubisky’s athleticism was on display. If not for this first-down run on 3rd-and-6, the aforementioned touchdown wouldn’t have happened:
Trubisky generated 67 yards of total offense, going 6 of 7 for 50 yards and a touchdown to go along with a 17-yard run. It’s a good start for the second-year signal caller who needed another hot start to get some good vibes going after a disappointing ending in Week 1.
Let’s see what Trubisky and the Bears have for their next drive.