That is where we are.
Check out my TikTok talking about the resurgence of interest in Trubisky.
In the midst of quarterback uncertainty on a handful of teams, Trubisky could find himself out of the Bills’ backup role and back as a starter in 2022.
— NFL Football Stats (@myNFLstats) February 23, 2022
Here are three teams (in no particular order) who should be calling Trubisky as soon as possible.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Somebody has to follow Tom Brady‘s shoes, and that is no small task.
Regardless, Trubisky is a potential candidate that the Bucs could plug into that offense filled with playmakers.
Don't be surprised if Mitchell Trubisky is competing for a starting job this year. Going to Buffalo was the perfect spot at the perfect time.
— Cory Jennerjohn (@CoryJennerjohn) February 23, 2022
2. Indianapolis Colts
The Colts are dealing with the relentless pursuit of a franchise quarterback.
It has been a rocky road since Luck abruptly retired before the 2019 season.
Carson Wentz was supposed to be the solution in 2021, and maybe he still is their quarterback moving forward.
His disappointing performance in the team’s regular-season finale against Jacksonville kept the Colts out of the playoffs.
The Colts need to decide if the offense, with Wentz under center, can rebound from that or should get another chance for redemption.
3. Pittsburgh Steelers
The team has publicly committed its confidence in Mason Rudolph.
Mason Rudolph is 5-4-1 as a starter with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was once benched for Duck Hodges who can’t even make the lower leagues now. We call 🧢 on Kevin Colbert saying they’re excited for him to start. #Steelers #NFL
— Blitzburgh (@Blitz_Burgh) February 22, 2022
It is hard to believe given what Rudolph and Haskins have shown in their capacities as starters that the Steelers are committed to either of them as the 2022 QB1.
Trubisky is both young and experienced so that would be an asset to Coach Mike Tomlin as he attempts to find his next quarterback.
Trubisky is a free agent.
With there being 21 days until Free Agency I’ll be going over one Free Agent every single day that the Texans should sign
•Provides Depth and Competition for QB Davis Mills
•Drafted number 2 overall in 2017
Estimated Market Value: 3-7 mill pic.twitter.com/gyOSgX5MsN
— Drew (@IndepthTexans) February 23, 2022
His 2021 deal was for one year and $2.5 million.
He was grossly underpaid by backup quarterback standards last season so whatever happens, he should get a pay raise.
The Bills would probably like to retain him as their backup, but it does appear that he will get another opportunity to lead a team.
Heard on sports talk radio this afternoon that Mitchell Trubisky will probably be a starting QB in the NFL next season. I've been on it for a couple of years now. Trubisky is not that bad.
— Jake Leopold (@jakeleopold225) February 23, 2022
Speaking of the Bills, the fact that ex-Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll is now the head coach of the New York Giants should not be overlooked.
It is yet to be determined if or how he wants to deal with Daniel Jones.
Could he pursue Trubisky and make him a New York Giant?
They are familiar with each other, and Daboll was the architect of Josh Allen‘s success so he could potentially be the mastermind behind Trubisky’s second act.
The possibilities for Trubisky are seemingly endless so we will pay close attention to see what happens with him in 2022.