Lions vs. Bears Week 10 Scouting Report: Mitchell Trubisky struggling
Roy Robertson-Harris – The Bears have a number of notable players on defense, but Robertson-Harris is rarely mentioned in that group. He is, however, a versatile piece of Chicago’s imposing defensive front, capable of playing multiple positions and generating pressure from a number of spots.
With much of the Lions’ attention likely to be paid to Mack, it may free up Robertson-Harris for one-on-one matchups with Lions tackles, tight ends or even interior linemen. Detroit has had trouble containing powerful rushers on the outside this year, and Robertson will be looking to get to Stafford often after not picking up a sack since Week 4.
Chase Daniel – Ok, he’s not going to start and likely won’t even see the field on Sunday. However, Trubisky’s struggles have been so pronounced that many have called for the Bears’ veteran backup quarterback to be given a chance before their season is completely lost.
Daniel doesn’t have much arm strength and likely wouldn’t represent much of an upgrade over the starter, but he did beat the Lions on Thanksgiving Day last year, filling in for an injured Trubisky. If Trubisky falters again on Sunday, would Matt Nagy consider making the switch?
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