While that may not be what the suddenly exploding Trubisky Fan Club wants to hear, is anyone screaming for Charles Leno to be benched after nearly getting Glennon killed on the pick-six he threw to Chris Harris, Jr.?
Cody Whitehair was awful Thursday night, yet we don’t hear anyone screaming for Hroniss Grasu.
Kevin White was invisible, Cam Meredith wished he was after dropping Glennon’s first pass and the first defense notched four penalties for 35 yards on its opening foray, yet only Glennon and Trubisky are in the spotlight.
Obviously, Fox saw the same game we did, but this not being his first rodeo he’s far more focused on quieting all the hype and sticking with the plan devised to avoid the quarterback controversy folks want now before it gets too loud.
“If you haven’t dropped a ball,” he said, “haven’t missed a pass, you haven’t thrown a pick, you haven’t played. It’s how they respond. We feel good about how he’ll (Glennon) respond. These guys are all big boys. They’re professional athletes. They get it.
"There are going to be days like that. It’s life. It was our first preseason game. Our whole first unit didn’t do well. It’s like anywhere I’ve ever been as far as a first preseason game with a lot of new guys out there. They look at the film, they’ll get better for it.”