Mitch Trubisky says his benching 'felt like a blind side.' But Bears QB is embracing a new opportunity to start against Packers.

CHICAGO — Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky openly admitted Friday he didn’t have an easy time moving into the backup role after coach Matt Nagy benched him in late September.Trubisky said he was “caught off guard” when Nagy turned to Nick Foles in the third quarter against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3. Foles led a comeback victory and remained Nagy’s starter for the next seven games as Trubisky tried to come to grips with his new job.“At the beginning of the season I was just starting to build some momentum, and then it kind of felt like a blind side, and then I had to embrace a new r…

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