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Predicting a Trade: Bears ship QB Mitch Trubisky to the Patriots for a late-round conditional pick

Mitch Trubisky Patriots trade
One of the biggest surprises to me in week 1 was Mitch Trubisky balled out. What happened after that? He was benched, and now we could see him getting traded before the deadline.

I am followed by tons of Bears fans and they have been asking me for a trade, well here is my trade. The Bears ship Mitch Trubisky to the Patriots in exchange for a late-round conditional pick.

The Patriots are not sure what they have in their quarterback room. This is the first time I can remember a Bill Belichick team that does not scare me. The Patriots are always looking for deals, and I think this move makes a ton of sense.

Trubisky is as good as gone in Chicago and at this point, the Patriots have Brian Hoyer as their backup competing with Jarrett Stidham. This could allow the team to move in a different direction down the road, if they get concerned with Cam Newton.

The Patriots loved Mitch Trubisky when he came out of college and Bill Belichick even said some nice things about him his rookie year.

The Bears did not pick up Mitch Trubisky’s fifth year option, so this would allow the Patriots to negotiate a team friendly deal. What do the Patriots have to lose? If Bill Belichick thinks he can turn you into his system QB, why not give up the late rounder? If it doesn’t work you cut ties, they have done this in the past.

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