Facing a third-and-four, the Bears young quarterback had nowhere to go.
Consecutive touchdown drives and a day full of special teams mistakes put the Bears in a curious position with just about six minutes to go.
If they don’t get the first down, the Lions get the ball back with about five minutes left in the game – plenty of time for Matthew Stafford to orchestrate two touchdown drives.
Detroit rushed four and had former first round pick Jarrad Davis spying Money Mitch. He didn’t have anywhere to go.
Then he made something happen.
Trubisky tucked the ball and moved slightly to his left, just enough to make Davis move. Once Davis reacted, Trubisky jetted off to his right into a open space. He picked up the first down then slid for a gain of eight.