Chicago Bears QB Mitch Trubisky missed the Bears' Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions.
The Bears did fine with Chase Daniels under center and walked away with a 23-16 win.
Reports had surfaced that if the Bears were playing on Sunday, Trubisky could have been able to play.
However now reports are surfacing that Trubisky could miss a second week in a row.
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Trubisky is hopeful to play on Sunday against the Giants however it's possibly he misses his second game in a row.
Schefter adds that if Trubisky were to miss Sunday's game against the Giants, he would be 100% ready to go against the Rams on Sunday Night Football in two weeks.
More to come.
After missing the Thanksgiving game vs. the Lions, Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky is hopeful to play next Sunday vs. Giants but it is not certain he will and missing one more game is possible, per source. If he were to miss that one, he would be expected to return the following week.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 25, 2018