Not everything worked so well for the Bears’ special teams in Saturday night’s 24-23 win against the Cardinals. But the game had amazing value.
It’s only the preseason, but Cardinals receiver Jeremy Ross was too wide open during an important moment against the Bears’ first-team defense.
Mitch Trubisky entered his first preseason game for the last possession of the second quarter. Nine days later, he began it in the third frame.
Did Bears make life easy for Glennon so the Trubisky pep rally would die?
All eyes are on the Bears’ quarterbacks, but the starter maintains the offense won’t be built around them at all.
The Vikings now have five quarterbacks on their roster.
Mike Glennon was 13-for-18 for 89 yards with a touchdown and an interception; Mitch Trubisky was 6-for-8 for 60 yards with a touchdown.