It's no secret one of Bears GM Ryan Pace's top objectives this offseason will be overhauling the wideout corps for Trubisky, who has completed more passes to his backs and tight ends (45) than receivers (34).
Yet just as Wentz provided bright rookie flashes – albeit more early than late as he started immediately, unlike Trubisky – the Bears' rookie progress, Chicago hopes, hints at a potential seismic sophomore leap.
Loggains alluded to Trubisky's finish Sunday, when he rebounded from a difficult third quarter by leading a 78-yard game-tying touchdown drive then positioning the Bears to force overtime, if not for Connor Barth's final missed field goal in a Bears uniform.
“For us, with Mitchell, it's, 'Hey, you did what you needed to do in that two-minute drill to take us down and get us in position.' So the growth that way, those one-possession games, he's going to be the reason why we win those games.”
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