Mitch Trubisky Knows He Hasn't Played His Best Football Yet and Is Ready to Show Out

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Mitch Trubisky Knows He Hasn’t Played His Best Football Yet and Is Ready to Show Out

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Despite the hard evidence proving that Mitch Trubisky had a solid season in 2018, and the video evidence that points to him being a good quarterback, the Chicago Bears QB has eyes on being even better in 2019.

For example: “I know I haven’t played my best football yet,” Trubisky told Bears All-Access. “That’s kind of my mindset. Just keep getting better, but I have also seen the progress as well. … I don’t think I’ve tapped into the talent I have, what I can do, and what I can show out on the field.”

All aboard the Trubisky hype train! I’ll be your conductor. Snacks are in the rear car. And for your viewing pleasure, all of the Trubisky highlights you can cram into your eyeballs.

Trubisky is only beginning to test his powers. And with a little more tutelage from Head Coach Matt Nagy, it’s crazy to think about the untapped upside and potential Trubisky can fulfill in 2019.

When Trubisky’s breakout 2018 season ended with a trip to the Pro Bowl, it was the cherry on top of a year in which he made a significant leap in production from his rookie season to his second campaign. And contrary to what his harshest critics say, improving on your yards per attempt, adjusted yards gained per attempts, passer rating, completion percentage, and touchdown percentage means you’re doing something right.

Oh, and you better believe Trubisky wants more!

For more from Trubisky, check out his entire appearance on Bears All-Access below. By the sounds of it, Trubisky has a bit more bass in his voice and some notable swagger. Good for him. Confidence tends to breed excellence, so I’m looking forward to seeing what he can do in Year 3.


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Author: Luis Medina

Luis Medina is a Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at@lcm1986.