Bears coach John Fox said the team has complete confidence in quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, even after the rookie committed a pair of costly turnovers in Monday night's 20-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

"I think our guys feel it. They feel his presence," Fox said.

Making his highly anticipated NFL debut in prime time, Trubisky's performance was up-and-down.

The second overall pick of last spring's NFL draft, Trubisky flashed his athleticism all night and threw a tipped touchdown pass to tight end Zach Miller, followed by an option pitch two-point conversion to keep the Bears within striking distance.

The Bears tried to capitalize on Trubisky's mobility. Eight of Trubisky's 25 pass attempts came outside the pocket, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Trubisky's predecessor, Mike Glennon, had four such throws in four games before Fox switched quarterbacks in the wake of Week 4's blowout defeat to the Green Bay Packers.