Mike Glennon completed 21-of-33 passes for 216 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in the Bears' 35-14, Week 4 loss to the Packers, also losing two fumbles.
Glennon was inexcusably bad, air mailing both his picks and holding the ball far too long on his first lost fumble, a miscue that set the Packers up at the Bears' three-yard line eight seconds after taking a 7-0 lead at the 9:49 mark of the first quarter. The game was then essentially over. Glennon's second lost fumble was a premature snap that rocketed off his midsection. CBS analyst Tony Romo seemed to believe it was Glennon's fault. With nothing resembling an internal clock, Glennon has now committed eight turnovers in four games as Bears starter. It's true that he's received almost no help from his pass catchers, but it's painfully obvious Glennon isn't the answer under center. It's time for the Bears to take a look at No. 2 overall pick Mitch Trubisky. The team has 10 days to get ready for next week's home game against the Vikings.