fleet wrote:patryk7754 wrote:Jeffster81 wrote:Trubisky did not play well until the 4th. Despite two throws, I thought Trubisky were pretty mediocre on the day. His leash should still be short against the Giants.
Good or bad I disagree that his lease should be short. The staff needs to take any limiters off so the team can know undoubtedly if he can lead this team to the playoffs.
Dont you believe Nagy wants to show off his extensive playlist? If Mitch is limited on offense, there must be a reason
I don’t agree increases in his workload helps him execute. I think less, and more predetermined is how you use hin. Ever notice that it seems like he is just along for the ride on offense? Just another guy performing a role rather than leading and directing outcomes. A guy looking around after plays rather than calling out situations and problems. No instructions for others. Being a leader is not a tool in his toolbox imo, would not go trying to find that aspect, especially by giving a slow thinker too many options to consider.
I don’t necessarily think more of a work load means better execution but if we stay basic all season, defense will have a very easy time figuring out how to stop the offense. If our entire offense is limited to the point were we can’t win games then he needs to be benched. If Nagy runs an offense the let’s Mitch go 20/30 for 210 yards and 1-2 a game that’s not enough to win. Maybe he’ll execute in a limited offense but if his success doesn’t lead to team success we need to put Foles in