The Chicago Bears are just a couple of hours away from kickoff against the New Orleans Saints.
Quarterback Mitch Trubisky will try and lead the team to an upset victory over the Saints and if he can, it's the only change he's got at staying in Chicago next year.
The Bears declined the 5th year option on Trubisky earlier this season and he'll be an unrestricted free agent after the season.
Many believed the move was done so they could keep him around on a cheaper contract, however now it seems barring a miracle playoff run, Trubisky won't be wearing a Bears' uniform next season.
NFL insider Ian Rapoport reports that the Bears are planning to move on from Trubisky barring a Super Bowl style run.
It's a tough task for Trubisky who will already be without Darnell Mooney.
Do you think the Bears are making the right move by letting Trubisky walk?
From @NFLGameDay: #Bears QB Mitch Trubisky, who has played better lately, still has a lot to prove to be Chicago's QB of the future. It begins today. pic.twitter.com/lrIm8eEeQ0
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 10, 2021