BTW, 16-game projected stats for Mitch:
4247 YDs, 34 TDs, 12 INTs, 569 Rush YDs, 101.6 rating
While these numbers are obviously meaningless, they do, I think, provide a measure of his season against pre-season expectations. We continuously want more from him, but it's obvious that he's exceeding what most of us thought he would achieve. And, the most exciting aspect of his play is that the scheme is very obviously starting to solidify for him. With a full off-season for Mitch to immerse himself in the scheme and to refine his mechanics, the Bears are going to be exceedingly difficult to beat next season.
Edited to add:
I just saw this post about Abraham Lin..., I mean, Andrew Luck, in Gen:
"66%, 2,472 yards and 98.4 Rating. He's quietly having his best season of his career. How amazing after a weird injury. Very impressed. The best young QB in the NFL lives on."
This is yet another illustration of how stupid pundits are regarding Mitch. Everyone thinks that Luck walks on water, but...