Packers CB Tramon Williams throws shade at Mitch Trubisky


The Chicago Bears' Week 1 loss to the Green Bay Packers wasn't pretty. Mitch Trubisky and the offense struggled all night, mustering just three points and squandering what was an otherwise impressive performance by the Chuck Pagano-led defense.

Trubisky finished 26-of-45 for 228 yards and an interception. He was bad, and so was Matt Nagy's playcalling. There's just no way around it.

And just when you think it couldn't get any worse, it did. Packers CB Tramon Williams threw salt in the wound with his post-game comments.

“We knew if we could get Mitchell Trubisky to play quarterback we could win," Williams said from Soldier Field Thursday night.


Look, it's only one game. And there's no reason to press the panic button on Trubisky just yet. But with the exception of maybe a handful of throws, the third-year quarterback gave Bears fans very little to feel good about.

He and the rest of Chicago's offense will face another stiff test in Week 2 against the Denver Broncos and former Bears defensive coordinator, Vic Fangio.


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