5@5: Should Nagy Adjust To Trubisky's Strengths?

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.

-- If the Bears' final five games are about making a decision on starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's future, is it time for coach Matt Nagy to call plays that work best for him? Is Nagy more interested in calling his game or developing Trubisky?

-- Is Bears kicker Eddy Pineiro is getting a pass after a mediocre performance against the Giants on Sunday? After he had a costly penalty on the opening kickoff and missed another kick, should the Bears be looking for help?

-- Lions starting quarterback Matthew Stafford is unlikely to return due to a back injury and backup Jeff Driskel is battling a hamstring injury, so it's possible the Bears may face former Browns undrafted free agent David Blough on Thursday. Is that a big advantage or is it possible the Bears won't know what to expect?

-- Are the Bulls figuring out their identity, heading toward another major shakeup, on the verge of getting it together or "running in place"?

-- What was your reaction to the White Sox placing infielder Yolmer Sanchez on waivers in an apparent cost-cutting move?

Take a listen below: