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Tar Heels in the NFL: Mitch Trubisky leads Chicago Bears to 2-0 start


For the first three quarters of the Chicago Bears’ Week 1 victory over the Detroit Lions, there was constant chirping about former UNC quarterback ’s performance. In the fourth quarter of that come-from-behind 27–23 victory and through most of the Bears’ 17–13 home win over the New York Giants on Sunday, that strangely ended. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Tar Heels in the NFL: Mitch Trubisky leads Chicago Bears to 2-0 start


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