Mitch Trubisky Becomes 6th Bears QB to Pass for 3,000 Yards

Mitch Trubisky became just the sixth Chicago Bears quarterback to eclipse 3,000 yards passing in a season during a Week 16 game against the San Francisco 49ers.

During the third quarter, Trubisky surpassed 3,000 yards on the season with his 246-yard performance.

He joins Jay Cutler, Rex Grossman, Erik Kramer, Billy Wade and Jim Harbaugh as members of the 3,000 club.

It’s a strong sign that Trubisky is taking the steps that he needs to in order to become a franchise quarterback that the Bears have been waiting for. Not to mention he missed two games due to injury and is also just in his first year in Matt Nagy’s offense. The Bears are expecting him to take another big jump from Year 2 to Year 3.

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