Mitchell Trubisky drops to bottom spot in NFL.com's quarterback rankings

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Mitchell Trubisky isn’t going to win any awards this year, but the negative press is piling up.

Trubisky dropped all the way to the bottom of NFL.com’s quarterback rankings this week. Of the four writers whose ballots were added up to come up with the rankings, none of them ranked him higher than 31 out of 32.

The rankings only feature current starting quarterbacks so, for example, Patrick Mahomes isn’t included. His replacement in Kansas City, Matt Moore, is two spots ahead of Trubisky. Ouch.

Ali Bhanpuri’s writeup of Trubisky is the kind of stuff Matt Nagy will want Trubisky to wear earmuffs for:

Look, I could rattle off a litany of other unflattering stats, but all they'd tell us is what we all already know: Trubisky, and the Bears' offense as a whole, is irritatingly obscene right now. Like ketchup on a hotdog. Or LeBron vs. MJ debates. Or St. Louis Cardinals fans. As a Chicago native, I'd love to see the former No. 2 overall pick right his throwing shoulder and start living up to his draft billing. But if he continues regressing at the rate we've seen this season, it's unlikely that theoretical turnaround happens in a Bears uniform.

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