After a solid 2018 season that featured a near 67% completion rate, 3,223 passing yards, 24 touchdowns, 12 interceptions and 421 rushing yards, Trubisky took a step back in every category last season. While his overall statistics still weren't awful (3,138/17/10), Trubisky takes too many sacks, doesn't use his athletic ability to his advantage and has simply failed to make those around him much better in his three years as the starter. With the addition of Nick Foles in Chicago, it's fair to wonder if Trubisky has started his last game for the Bears. He'll be under contract for this season, then an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. It's a calculated gamble for Chicago, who could let him walk if he continues his regression or franchise tag him if he beats out Foles and has a good season. Currently our QB34, Trubsiky's dynasty value is in serious peril.