I don't know if you can characterize what's likely to happen in Chicago this morning as Trubisky Fever. But you're likely to hear a lot fewer people griping about how dumb the Bears brain trust was to take a quarterback with a 13-game sample size back in April.
This is because Mitch Trubisky was 18-of-25 passing for 166 yards and a touchdown against Denver last night, and didn't throw an interception in those 25 passes, and wasn't sacked.
This is also because his presumed placeholder, veteran Mike Glennon, was 2-of-8 and threw a pick.
Three observations about that:
1. It was a preseason game.
2. It was a preseason game.
3. It was a preseason game.
Not to pump the brakes with a little perspective or anything.
OK. So exactly that.