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David Haugh: Mike Glennon, Mitch Trubisky make No. 1 QB decision an easy one for Bears

NASHVILLE, Tenn. _ On a day considered an opportunity for Mitch Trubisky, the Bears rookie quarterback showed his best accuracy after Sunday's 19-7 exhibition victory over the Titans at Nissan Stadium.

"He balled out today," Trubisky said of starter Mike Glennon.

Given Glennon's first two games, Trubisky's overstatement fit perfectly into this preseason of hyperbole. More efficient than explosive, Glennon completed 11 of 18 passes for 134 yards and a touchdown for a passer rating of 102.5, going from the Bears' most disappointing player to their most improved in two quarters.

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