Let’s compare a 23-year-old QB with 13 college starts to Rodgers, who sat, watched and learned under Hall of Famer Brett Favre for three years in Green Bay before making his first NFL start at age 25.

The caller’s point, I guess, was that Rodgers threw four picks (more on this later) in his first four games and struggled so … So, it looks like Trubisky is on his way to a Hall of Fame career.

Fact is, no conclusions can be drawn from Trubisky or any other quarterback’s first four games. Four years? Yes. Four games? No. Every situation is different — the receivers, the play-calling, the opponent’s strength, the head coach’s job security, etc. There are way too many factors involved to even begin to draw conclusions after such a small sample size. Just ask Robert Griffin III.

But hey, it’s a bye week, and there’s not much else going on, so let’s see how Trubisky’s first four games stack up against some other notable quarterbacks. Remember, this portends absolutely nothing. It’s just for fun.