Bears HC Matt Nagy: ‘All three’ QBs ‘into consideration’ to begin vs. Lions



The Chicago Bears actually want to show issues round if they’re going to rebound from their disastrous 26-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns in Week 3.

That is why head coach Matt Nagy is maintaining all of his choices open whereas prepping to face the Detroit Lions, and meaning contemplating all three of his quarterbacks for the beginning job.

“All three are into consideration proper now with regard to the place they’re at, so we’ll simply type of should see within the subsequent couple days the place they’re all at,” Nagy mentioned through ESPN on Monday of Andy Dalton, Justin Fields and Nick Foles.

Each Dalton and Fields are coping with accidents. Dalton has a knee injury he sustained in Week 2 towards the Bengals, and Fields has a hand harm he sustained Sunday towards the Browns. With that data, it appears best to plug Foles in beneath middle. 

Nagy seems to nonetheless need to weigh his choices.

“We all know the place Nick’s at, health-wise, however we simply need to control Justin and Andy,” Nagy continued. “Then, for us to remain on that and make it possible for we have now a plan for any of these.”

Fields had a tough outing Sunday even earlier than injuring his throwing hand, getting sacked 9 instances and solely finishing 6-of-20 passes for 68 yards in his first NFL regular-season begin. The loss shouldn’t be fully Fields’ fault, however the 22-year-old Ohio State product nonetheless has quite a bit to study in his first yr {of professional} soccer.

Whichever QB will get tapped higher be able to drive Chicago’s offense in a completely totally different route. Whereas the Bears could have a leg up within the standings over the 0-3 Lions, a win actually is not assured for a group that solely averaged 1.1 yards per offensive play towards the Browns.




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