Yes, you can look at the Chicago Bears record at 2-1 and think they are a complete team, but numbers state different.
During the first two games of the season, Mitch Trubisky hadn’t thrown a single touchdown pass, and it continued deep into the second quarter of their Week 3 matchup against the Washington Redskins.
Numerous turnovers by the Redskins allowed Trubisky to toss 3 touchdowns, but he still currently is the league’s third-lowest-rated passer.
On the other hand, Patrick Mahomes is off to a tremendous start this 2019 season. It seems hardly a week goes by where the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback isn’t breaking or matching a record of any number of Hall of Fame quarterbacks.
The reigning MVP is on tap to throw for over 50 touchdowns and 5,000 yards, and he might have an even better 2019 campaign than he did in 2018.
What’s even crazier about his stats is Mahomes can literally throw 41-straight interceptions against the Detroit Lions on Sunday & he will still have a higher passer rating then Mitch Trubisky.
That is a crazy number.