Trubisky went 18-of-25 for 166 yards and a touchdown in the loss. He led the Bears offense to the Broncos 22-yard line on the final drive of the game, but Chicago was unable to score the game-tying touchdown.
Space is already getting limited on the Trubisky bandwagon:
Had Fox compared Trubisky to Tebow from a perspective of his performance or technique, he'd arguably be damning the rookie quarterback with faint praise.
Trubisky's popularity hasn't hit Tebow-like levels on a nationwide basis, but that could change if he makes an immediate impact for the Bears in 2017 and the team contends for the postseason.
Four months ago, Trubisky was getting booed at a Chicago Bulls game after the Bears selected him in the NFL draft. Now, he's the toast of the Windy City—at least for the time being.