After a rough first half, is it time to bench Mitch Trubisky and put in Nick Foles?
"We've seen enough out of Trubisky, I think, at this point, were you might want to go ahead and make this change, sooner rather than later," NFL Hall of Famer turned analyst Tony Gonzalez said during the halftime show.
It's not surprising that the halftime show was spent discussing Trubisky and the Bears' lackluster offense. The Bears trail 13-6, Trubisky is 8-of-20 for just 110 yards despite not being sacked once.
The Bears are also 0-6 on third downs and failed their only attempt to convert on fourth down.
"Step into your throws, don't be afraid," Michael Strahan said. "As a quarterback you have to be above all this."
Terry Bradshaw broke down some mechanical issues.
"I know it's the first half of the [game], but still... Nick Foles, he's a good quarterback. He's not the flashy quarterback," Gonzalez said.
"We've seen enough of Trubisky."
Hard to disagree after that first half.