LAKE FOREST Womens Nick Kwiatkoski Jersey , Ill. (AP) â"at Green Bay on Sunday night wasnât the way Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky wanted to start his second season.He vowed not to let it define him, though he understands the rush to judge.âThatâs how it is on the outside, but for me I canât let any game, any play define who I am as a player or as a person,â he said.âIâm continuing to grow and get better. Each opportunity is just another day to get better and continue to grow, but thatâs how people are looking at it. We want immediate results, everybody â" the media, the fans, myself. But unfortunately thatâs not always part of it.âThe Bears are banking on more from Trubisky after loading up in the offseason around the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 draft.They hired an offensive-minded coach in Matt Nagy to replace the fired John Fox. They also brought in some new playmaking targets such as former Jacksonville Pro Bowl receiver Allen Robinson in an effort to get the most out of their prized quarterback.But if the Bears are going to rise in the NFC North after four straight last-place finishes, they need their quarterback to deliver.Against Green Bay, he missed receivers. He was quick to scramble rather than stay in the pocket. He couldnât move the Bears past midfield in the closing minutes when all they needed was a field goal after Green Bay went ahead.More than anything, he showed he remains a work in progress. With 13 NFL starts to go with the 13 he had in college at North Carolina, maybe thatâs understandable.But so are the high expectations surrounding him. After all Prince Amukamara Jersey , general manager Ryan Pace made a big trade with San Francisco so he could move up to draft him.As a rookie last season, Trubisky threw as many interceptions as touchdowns (seven) in the 12 games he started. Against Green Bay, he did not get picked off or throw for any TDs. He was 23 of 35 for 171 yards with a 77.2 passer rating.âLast year it was more, âOh heâs a rookie, growing pains,'â Trubisky said. âAnd then now, itâs a little different because itâs like âOh, second year, why isnât the offense exploding?â And I ask myself some of those same questions, âWhy arenât I playing as well as Iâd like to?â But if Iâm too hard on myself then I just get discouraged.âThere were several plays that stood out against the Packers. Two came on back-to-back snaps at the end of the first quarter with the ball on the Green Bay 3 and the Bears looking to build on a 7-0 lead.Trubisky overthrew Robinson in the right corner on second down.On the next play, Trey Burton for a moment appeared to be open in the end zone with his arms raised on a play designed for Tarik Cohen in the flat that the Packers cut off.Trubisky connected with Taylor Gabriel for a 5-yard loss, forcing Chicago to settle for a field goal. But did Trubisky miss a touchdown?A defensive back was closing in on Burton. And Nagy said he did not think Burton was open.âItâs easy to say âyeah he was wide open,'â he said. âBut that was good defense by them.âTrubisky wishes he attempted to hit Burton. But heâll also take the three points there.âYouâve got to know as a quarterback if that opens up http://www.thebearslockerro...een-jersey , take your chances and get it to the guy wide open,â Trubisky said. âBut itâs a little less wide open when youâre playing it full motion on film. When youâve got the still picture, which Iâm sure a lot of people saw, it looks like I donât know what Iâm doing. Trust me, Iâm hard on myself. You want touchdowns, not field goals.âThe Bears couldnât get in field-goal range when they needed one near the end of the game after Green Bay scored the go-ahead touchdown. They took over at their 18 with 2:13 remaining and didnât get past midfield.Trubisky seemed a bit rattled by the rush and was quick to scramble and abandon the play.âI was thinking: Try to make a big play, like win the game right here,â Trubisky said. âAnd it should have been for me personally âŚ just like stack completions, get one more completion, one more first down.â Two-time All-Pro pass rusher Khalil Mack and top receiver Allen Robinson look as if they're just about ready to return after missing the Chicago Bears' past two games because of injuries.Both players practiced without limitations Thursday for the second consecutive day.The NFC North-leading Bears hope to have them back in the lineup against the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field on Sunday."These are strange deals because, literally, as you're going through it (you're) trying to figure out where they're at on a day-to-day basis," coach Matt Nagy said Thursday. "Where are you at? Can you go 100 percent? Can you not? How do you feel? And we need to take that into consideration and discuss that Womens Mitchell Trubisky Jersey , which leads up to game time and then how much, if so."Robinson sent strong signals that he intends to play, saying he's "100 percent" after a groin injury kept him from playing in victories over the struggling New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. He has 25 catches for 285 and two touchdowns in six games after signing a three-year contract with Chicago in March.Robinson missed just about all of last season with Jacksonville after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee early in the opener. He was brought along slowly in the preseason as he worked his way back while trying to learn a new system and develop a rapport with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky."I'm feeling great, and I'm definitely anxious to get back out there," Robinson said. "It's been a tough couple weeks, just having to watch the game from the sideline, so I'm excited."Mack, who did not make himself available for comment, got off to a huge start with the Bears following a trade from Oakland just before the opener. He had five sacks and four forced fumbles through the first four games. But he suffered an ankle injury early in an overtime loss at Miami on Oct. 14 and was largely a nonfactor the following week when New England beat Chicago at Soldier Field.Mack had not missed a game since Oakland drafted him with the fifth overall pick in 2014, before sitting out the past two. And he still was adjusting to defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's system even though he sure looked dominant before he got hurt."He didn't practice much the two weeks he's missed ... so he's not where he needs to be or where we want him to be," Fangio said. "But he's certainly prepared enough to go out there and play if his ankle will let him."