Terry Bradshaw says Bears' Mitch Trubisky beats Packers in epic pep talk

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Bradshaw believes Trubisky will beat Packers, Rodgers originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Terry Bradshaw had a message for Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky on the pregame show before their big Week 17 win-and-you're-in game against the Packers.

"Here is a guy, if you look at him who has been written off, cast away, we've heard the coach doesn't like him, ownership wants him out of the building," Bradshaw started.

"But let me tell you something, when you average 35 points a game your last four games, which he has done, and you play flawless footballs... sometimes benching, insults, ridicule, and you get that next opportunity, wakes a person up.

"Here is what I want to happen, here's the scenario. Three touchdown passes, a 90-yard drive in the fourth quarter to beat Green Bay at home to seal the deal."

Who's ready to run through a cheese wheel?

The Bears and head coach Matt Nagy benched Trubisky during their Week 3 game against the Atlanta Falcons when they were done by a lot. Nick Foles came in and lead a comeback victory and earned the starting role.

But after a six-game losing streak and an injury to Foles, Trubisky came in and led the Bears to three straight wins to keep their playoff hopes alive. And in the process the offense has clicked and been firing on all cylinders, as Bradshaw alluded to.

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