Many Chicago Bears fans want to see quarterback Mitch Trubisky benched.
Bears coach Matt Nagy has no intention of granting that wish.
Making his first start Sunday since dislocating his non-throwing shoulder in a game Sept. 29, Trubisky struggled against the Saints. At one point late in the fourth quarter, he was 20 for 35 for 119 yards, before padding his final stats on two late scoring drives after the game was out of hand. The Saints won, 36-25.
But despite Trubisky’s issues, Nagy said he never considered benching him for backup Chase Daniel, who filled in as the starter while Trubisky was injured.
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