NFL Rumors: Commanders Interested In Bills Quarterback

The Washington Commanders are reportedly viewing Mitchell Trubisky as a potential option for their starting quarterback position. 

Trubisky just finished his first season with the Buffalo Bills, but he was their backup due to Josh Allen's elite play. On the season, he appeared in six games, where he threw six complete passes on just eight attempts. Needless to say, the sample size was way too small to judge his season. However, that is exactly why he is likely to sign elsewhere once he hits free agency. 

Before joining the Bills, Trubisky was the quarterback of the Chicago Bears for four seasons. In 50 games as their starter, he had a 29-21 record. With that, he threw 64 touchdowns, 38 interceptions, and 10,609 total yards. The 2018 season was his best year, however, as he had an 11-3 record as a starter and even made it to the Pro Bowl. He has had trouble replicating that form since, however.

Alas, it's clear that the Commanders could end up signing Trubisky this offseason. If so, he will be looking to show the league that he can still be an effective starter. 

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