He led the Chicago Bears to the playoffs twice but bounced out in the Wild Card Round.
Then, he became Josh Allen‘s backup with the Buffalo Bills, but he was largely a non-factor.
He played in six games, threw for 43 yards, and had one rushing touchdown.
But no one can take away the fact that he led the Bears to modest success when he was starting under center.
Therefore, teams looking for a quarterback should seriously consider him, especially after seeing this tweet by NFL on CBS.
Highest win pct since 2018 among active QB
Patrick Mahomes .790 (49-13)
Lamar Jackson .755 (37-12)
Aaron Rodgers .711 (45-18-1)
Mitchell Trubisky .658 (25-13)
*min 1000 pass attempts pic.twitter.com/lArQHrrXjP
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) February 22, 2022
The post revealed the highest winning percentage among active quarterbacks since 2018.
Patrick Mahomes is obviously at number one after leading the Kansas City Chiefs to four consecutive AFC Championship Games and two Super Bowls.
But at the fourth spot is Trubisky with an impressive 65.8 percent, which translates to 25 wins and 13 losses.
Trubisky Could Help A Team
Unfortunately, Trubisky will forever be known as the quarterback drafted before Mahomes.
However, he still played decently in his four seasons with the Bears.
He improved from a 4-8 record in his rookie season to an 11-3 mark in his sophomore year.
In that season, Trubisky threw for 3,223 yards and 24 touchdowns.
He went 8-7 and 6-3 in his final two years with Chicago before the franchise decided to part ways with him.
After seeing how Justin Fields fared during his rookie year, the Bears might be wishing to have Trubisky back.
That possibility won’t happen, but he should attract interest from other teams.
His 64.1 percent completion percentage and a passer rating of 87 should entice other franchises to give him a shot.