Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Goladei spoke to the media on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 in Allen Park.
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The Bears of Chicago went over to Kenny Goladey several times in the draft for 2017, but Holladay, a native of Chicago, is not too worried about playing for his hometown. [19659004] "It's all right," said Golladay on Wednesday. "I'm with Matthew Stafford."

If Golladay's Comments Look Like A Shot To The Bears Mitchell Trubiski – Dream Trubiski – "Hey, I'm Not Saying Anything", the smiling Golladay asked if so – because Trubiski, the first round of the Bears in 2017, withdrew so much so that he is considered one of the worst starting rebates in the NFL.

Trubiski is averaging a career-low 5.6 yards for an eight-game experience and the Bears, one of the NFC favorites early in the year, are a disappointing 3-5 and come up with eight points loss to the Eagles. Philadelphia in which they managed to make only 9 yards for a foul in the first half.

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Chicago Bers Quarterback Mitchell Trubetsky Staffords Meet After Lions Loss 34-22 in Soldier Field, November 11, 2018 (Photo: Mike Dinovo, USA TODAY Sports)

"This man, he's a good player," insisted the trainer of Matt Patricia's Lyons on Wednesday. "He's athletic, he's strong, he can get out of trouble, he can extend the game, he can drive, he can run, he can throw. He has deep balls, he has great skills, so this is the main problem we have to deal with. He is a great player and we have to start from there. "

Trubiski was nothing but great, as he helped the Bears win 12 games and the NFC North title last year, but Bears coach Matt Nagy has so far resisted calls to give up his

conference with reporters from Detroit on Wednesday, Nagy said it was natural for dropouts to take the brunt of criticism when their teams were lower, but that "we are in this thing together."

this year), "Nagi said. "It's a collection of many different things, but the thing with us is that we just focus on the solutions and that's in the past. We just have to figure out how we get better every week and I think we realize it's not just one person, so we did that. "

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November 3, 2019; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Mitchell Trubiski, 10, of the Chicago Bears, was sacked by defensive end Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Graham, 55, and Anthony Rush, 66, in the first quarter of Lincoln Finn. Compulsory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Bears rank near the bottom of the NFL both in points and in total offense, and Trubiski threw a dismal five passes in seven games. He is on average less air yards to complete than any NFL starter, but the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Steelers Mason Rudolph pistol and complicating the question of how the Bears were traded to take it in the black before Deschown Watson and reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes.

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Patricia Tubeski's Rating as a "Great" Player is Based on Experience and what Trubiski did to the Lions last year.

In his first full season as a starter, Tubiski threw 3 233 yards and 24 touchdowns and added 421 yards rushing.

"It's a fine line between win and lose," Patricia said. "That's the truth. It does him long enough to establish himself at a high level. We know how dangerous he can be, and that's the truth. We have to make sure we prepare in this way."

and Lions quarterback Paul Pasqualoni stresses the importance of keeping Trubiski in his pocket when the Lions travel to Soldier Field on Sunday.Trubiski threw for 355 yards and three touchdowns last year and ran for another 34-22 win. 19659025] Detroit Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah rushes to Chicago the Bears as he battles Charles Leno Jr. after defenseman Mitchell Trubiski passes through Soldier Field in the second half, November 11, 2018. ” width=”540″ data-mycapture-src=”” data-mycapture-sm-src=””/>

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ziggy Ansah rushes against the Chicago Bears against Charles Leno Jr. , as quarterback Mitchell Trubiski goes through the second half of Soldier Field, November 11, 2018 (Photo: Kamil Krzaczynski, USA TODAY Sports)