But Bears Nation, and perhaps even more the Chicago media, are having none of it as everybody and their brother and mother seem anxious to have Trubisky leapfrog Sanchez and Glennon, and for the future to be now. That, however, is a path fraught with speed bumps and potholes that has damaged many a budding young star in the past and one that the Bears brain trust would love to avoid at all costs. Quieting the masses, however, will not be easy. Asked how soon he will throw Glennon to the wolves, Fox answered, “I think like everything, the quarterback gets a lot of the credit, a lot of the blame regardless of what happens. “But our whole first unit was not very good. I don’t think we blocked very well. I thought we had some drops. We didn’t get off man coverage, which wasn’t something we were surprised about. “So all in all, I think there was a lot of things that we saw on the tape, the players saw.”
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