Bears’ Matt Nagy: Beginning QB vs. Lions ‘a game-time resolution’



Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy instructed reporters earlier this week that he was not but ready to call a beginning quarterback for Sunday’s recreation in opposition to the Detroit Lions as QB1 Andy Dalton (knee) and rookie Justin Fields (proper thumb) labored to get well from damage setbacks. 

Nagy did not change his tune on Friday. 

“The starter’s gonna be a game-time resolution,” Nagy instructed reporters, per Kevin Patra of the league’s web site. “Each had been on the market this week for practices. Andy is getting higher every day. We’re simply gonna see the place he is at on Sunday.” 

Dalton missed final Sunday’s 26-6 loss on the Cleveland Browns due to his knee bruise and is questionable for the Detroit contest, whereas Fields acquired the beginning and took 9 sacks en path to injuring his thumb. The excellent news because it pertains to the first-year professional, although, is that he was a full participant in follow and carries no damage designation into the weekend. 

“What’s essential is that they are each getting higher, and for us, that is a constructive,” Nagy added. “That is all we will do is proceed to see the place they’re at. Andy with him being restricted and persevering with to work via the place he is at, after which see the place he is at on Sunday.” 

Nagy insisted earlier this week Dalton is his starter if the “Crimson Rifle” is wholesome, however Fields is on observe to get the nod forward of third-string possibility Nick Foles versus the Lions if Dalton cannot go.

Fields accomplished solely 6-of-20 passes for 68 yards in opposition to Cleveland, so it is comprehensible Nagy needs to attend till the ultimate hours and, possibly, minutes earlier than he guidelines Dalton out. 




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