Chicago restaurant savagely trolls Mitchell Trubisky during coronavirus pandemic
The entire sports world has been put on hold during the coronavirus pandemic, but that does not mean Mitchell Trubisky is safe from being trolled by Chicago Bears fans.
A restaurant in the Chicago area called Chipmunks currently has a sign out reminding patrons to remain 10 feet away from one another in order to comply with social distancing guidelines. For those who are unsure of how to judge 10 feet, the restaurant said to just picture a Bears wide receiver and then envision how far Trubisky would miss that receiver by if he were throwing him a pass.
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— Brett Craycraft (@CraycraftBrett) April 9, 2020
That’s just brutal.
It goes without saying that Trubisky has not lived up to the hype since the Bears drafted him with the No. 2 overall pick nearly three years ago, though an injury may have played a big role in his struggles last season. However, football fans have never been the most patient bunch, and that is certainly true in a big market like Chicago.
Trubisky should already be motivated enough to improve with the Bears holding an open quarterback competition, but the sign at Chipmunks may give him an added boost.
H/T Bleacher Report