5@5: Did Mitchell Trubisky Call Out Matt Nagy?

Bears coach Matt Nagy, center, talks with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (10).
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(670 The Score) On its daily 5 at 5 segment Tuesday morning, the Mully & Haugh crew debated a variety of questions.

-- Did Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky call out coach Matt Nagy during his postgame press conference Sunday when he said the offense could've taken pressure off the offensive line by moving the pocket more? Is Trubisky being more direct or is he not the right person to question the play-caller?

-- With one sack in his last 12 games, is Bears outside linebacker Leonard Floyd wasting his opportunity opposite star edge rusher Khalil Mack? Has Mack himself been disappointing this season?

-- Who's the Bears' most improved player this season? Who has taken a step up in the second half of the season?

-- Should the Cubs trade left fielder Kyle Schwarber to the Yankees?

-- What are the White Sox's chances of signing a Scott Boras client this offseason? Is the team's unwillingness to deal with the powerful Boras a narrative or real trouble?

Take a listen below: