Over the past year, it has seemed apparent former Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was going to draw interest this year as a free agent. After flaming out under Matt Nagy in Chicago, Trubisky had to settle for a one-year deal in Buffalo to be Josh Allen's backup. During that time, all reports about his development have been glowing and the Steelers swooped in to take a shot at the quarterback once famously drafted ahead of both Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes. The surprise signing has some dynasty impact in terms of player value, so let's review the players involved.
Mitchell Trubisky, QB PIT
There's no doubt the "Truth Biscuit" had his fair share of ups and downs in Chicago. Over his four years in the Windy City, he posted a respectable 10,609 passing yards with 64 touchdowns and 37 interceptions in 51 games games played. He also added just over 1,000 rushing yards and eight more scores on the ground as well. The numbers really don't tell the story, though. Trubisky was the victim of poor coaching and a real lack of planned quarterback development in Chicago. He was also unfairly compared to the likes of Watson and Mahomes throughout his tenure there.