Mitch Trubisky Believes He is ‘Built For This Offense’
The Chicago Bears made a concerted effort to better their team this offseason in order to help their young quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.
First, it was hiring new head coach Matt Nagy, an offensive-minded coach with an affinity for quarterbacks. Next, it was implementing new playmakers to a receiving core that was the worst in the NFL in 2017, adding receviers Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel and tight end Trey Burton.
The Bears reported to Halas Hall on Tuesday to begin their new offseason program, which includes Trubisky and co. learning a new offense. Trubisky appeared on Good Morning Football on Friday and gushed about how well Nagy’s offense fits his abilities.
“I really feel I was built for this offense,” Trubisky told GMF. “And it’s just dynamic, it’s creative, and it’s also balanced. And that’s what you want. We’re going to get the ball out quick. We’re going to deceive the defenses, and we’re going to spread the field, and we’re going to get (the ball) all over to our playmakers. We’re going to be balanced. We’re going to play fast. We’re going to be dynamic. And we’re going to stretch the field every which way. I just feel like this offense is going to utilize my talents more and the players we have around me. And hopefully, we can just get it rolling from there. So I’m excited to keep diving in and keep working.”