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CHICAGO – It has happened. “Mitch-A-Palooza” was held for the first time, and it had a party-like atmosphere at Soldier Field.

At least at times it was.

Mitchell Trubisky got the fans on their feet with some nice throws, a few dashes out of the pocket, and a creative run on a two-point conversion. But there was a fumble on a sack, a late interceptions, and a lot of penalties by his other offensive players that put a downer on this opening night party for the QB.

While his late interception led to the Vikings’ game-winning field goal in 20-17 defeat, the potential Trubisky showed left more positive vibes than negative at Soldier Field on Monday night.

Robert Zeglinski of Windy City Gridirion & The Rock River Times appeared on Sports Feed Tuesday to discuss the first effort by Trubisky along with the rest of the Bears’ performance against the Vikings.

You can watch his discussion with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman in the video above.