After a brutal four-turnover performance in a 35-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, it's looking like the Chicago Bears are about to bench starter Mike Glennon.
The team will reportedly soon name rookie No. 2 overall pick Mitchell Trubisky as its new starter. In four starts this season, Glennon has turned the ball over a ridiculous eight times, including five interceptions and three lost fumbles. He's also thrown four touchdowns in as many games while averaging just north of 200 passing yards per outing.
There's no real way to tell whether Trubisky will be better under center. He only has a couple handful of starts under his belt at a college level, leading many to believe the North Carolina product is a project.
Though, it was readily apparent that the status quo is not working in Chicago. At the very least, we can now expect Jordan Howard and rookie Tarik Cohen to be featured more on offense. Howard is a RB1 option while Cohen himself has been good for FLEX production this season.