From everything I gather on Twitter, dynasty podcasts or articles around the dynasty community, Mitchell Trubisky is an afterthought. When he is the subject of analysis, he's often compared to Blake Bortles. His career arc is defined as another early first-round quarterback with high bust potential, that the hapless franchise (the Chicago Bears, in this case) shot themselves in the foot by reaching on. The enthusiasm for owning “The Biscuit” has waned to the point that he’s more often a fantasy punchline than a guy your league mates ooh and ahh over when they see his name come across your draft board.This lack of enthusiasm and the reasonably easy case I’m about to lay out are the reasons you should be buying him as a value quarterback in all dynasty formats. This is especially true in superflex and two quarterback leagues.This case shouldn’t need to be made for a 24-year-old quarterback coming off his first full season starting in which he earned himself a Pro Bowl bid, posted a 95 QB rating and finished among the league leaders in rushing from the position in only 14 games. But here we are nonetheless. Let’s dive in.
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