By BOB McGINN
When the Chicago Bears departed Lambeau Field six weeks ago they were at low ebb after getting waxed by the Green Bay Packers, 35-14, on a night when they didn’t look ready to play.
Four days later coach John Fox changed quarterbacks, elevating rookie Mitchell Trubisky over mistake-prone Mike Glennon.
Thus, Trubisky will make the first of what could be many starts against the Packers (4-4) when the rematch is played Sunday at Soldier Field.
How has Trubisky fared in his four starts? OK. The Bears (3-5) have upset Baltimore and Carolina and lost close games to Minnesota and Ne...
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