Nick Foles will be the Chicago Bears starting quarterback, benching Mitchell Trubisky. “We got up this morning and went through the tape and at the end of it we decided we’re going to go with Nick Foles as the starter,” Bears Head Coach Matt Nagy said.
“We got up this morning and went through the tape and at the end of it we decided we’re going to go with Nick Foles as the starter,” Nagy said. “It’s never easy when you go into these types of situations. I want to credit both of those guys yesterday for being really supportive of each other.”
The Bears are off to a 3-0 start despite shaky play from Trubisky. Next game for Bears: Colts.
Bears coach Matt Nagy has named Nick Foles the team’s starting quarterback. Chicago benched Mitch Trubisky yesterday. pic.twitter.com/TujGTnstoe
— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) September 28, 2020
Less than 24 hours after he replaced Mitchell Trubisky and led the Bears to a comeback win, Nick Foles has been officially named the Bears’ starting quarterback. More on the move by head coach Matt Nagy at @WGNNews. https://t.co/cwRrUIWg0R
— Larry Hawley (@HawleySports) September 28, 2020