Mitchell Trubisky

  • Height
    6' 2"
  • Weight
    222
  • Hand Size
    9 1/2" (45th)
Mitchell Trubisky headshot
  • Draft Pick
    1.02 2017
  • College
    North Carolina
  • Age
    27.8

Mitchell Trubisky Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Atts Pass Yds Comp % YPA Rush Yds Pass TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2021 6 8 43 75.0% 5.4 24 0 1.5
2020 10 297 2055 67.0% 6.9 195 16 16.2 (#24)
2019 15 516 3138 63.2% 6.1 193 17 14.1 (#29)
2018 14 434 3223 66.6% 7.4 421 24 19.1 (#11)
2017 12 330 2193 59.4% 6.6 248 7 11.6 (#29)
  • College QBR
    83.6 (84th)
  • College YPA
    8.4 (58th)
  • Breakout Age
    22.0 (15th)
  • SPARQ-x
    94.7 (67th)

Mitchell Trubisky Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream

-11.3
(#658)

Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.

2021

Passing Attempts

2021

Completion Percentage

2021

Fantasy Points

Mitchell Trubisky ADP

213.00
(+1.61)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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18.09 Pick
QB32 Rank

Popularity Index

#274

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Mitchell Trubisky Injury History

Low
Medium
High
Games Missed
Injury Reports
Right shoulder sprain
Week 8 (2020)
2
3
Left shoulder dislocation & labrum tear
Week 4 (2019)
2
3
Shoulder contusion
Week 11 (2018)
2
2

Mitchell Trubisky College Stats

Year Games Pass Atts Pass Yds YPA Comp % Pass TDs Rush Yds Age School
2014 12 (QB) 78 459 5.9 53.8% 5 (4 ints) 30 20 North Carolina
2015 9 (QB) 47 555 11.8 85.1% 6 101 21 North Carolina
2016 13 (QB) 447 3,748 8.4 68.0% 30 (6 ints) 308 22 North Carolina

Who is Mitchell Trubisky

The 6-2 222-pound quarterback with 9.5-inch hands completed only 59.4-percent of his passes. He ended up throwing for just seven touchdowns to seven interceptions in 10 starts and 12 games played. The next season saw vast improvement, however. Trubisky and the Bears rode the strength of a tenacious Bears defense to his first playoff berth. He threw for a career-high 3,223 yards, 7.5 yards per attempt and 24 touchdowns, while completing 66.6-percent of his passes. He also used his 4.67 40-yard dash to his advantage as well, rushing for 421 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. His QBR of 71 was the highest during his Bears tenure. He finished that season sa the QB11 on a per-game basis. The Bears fell to the Philadelphia Eagles that year thanks to the infamous ‘Double-Doink’ missed field goal at the end of the fourth quarter.

Trubisky has shown promise, but those glimpses of potential slowly dissipated while the guy they passed up on, Mahomes, took the league over. His numbers declined after the 2018 season, so much so that not even the first ever Nickelodeon NVP award, won after Chicago’s 2020 Wild Card loss to the New Orleans Saints, could convince the Bears to bring him back.

The Bears had declined his fifth-year option and Trubisky was set to become a free agent in 2021. He found no starting offers and ultimately winded up in Buffalo to back up Josh Allen on a one-year deal. In 2022, Trubisky signed a two-year contract with Pittsburgh, that included $14 million guaranteed, to serve as the Steelers' starting quarterback for the upcoming season.