After fumbling the ball in the end zone and getting sacked for a safety, Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky has rebounded to take his team down the field. The second-year signal caller led a five-play, 75-yard drive and capped it off with a seven-yard TD strike to tight end Trey Burton.
What a play! Trubisky was looking sharp on that series, also hitting rookie wideout Anthony Miller on this sweet pass and catch.
— Windy City Pick 6 (@WindyCityPick6) August 19, 2018
The Bears now lead 7-5 after giving up a safety and a field goal. Chicago fans have to feel good after the offense rebounded after that slow start, especially with Miller and Burton making the big plays.