On Sunday, the Chicago Bears stormed back from a 26-10 deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 30-26. It was the second time this season in which Bears used a massive fourth-quarter come back to pick up a win.
But unlike their comeback in Week 1 against the Detroit Lions, in which Mitchell Trubisky led the charge, Sunday’s comeback against the Falcons was led by Nick Foles, who replaced Trubisky after he struggled.
Well, according to Bears head coach Matt Nagy, Foles is now the starting quarterback as Trubisky has been benched.
Bears fans are rejoicing but the question is, how in the world did Nagy believe that Trubisky was better than Foles heading into the season?
Coach Nagy announces that Nick Foles will be our starter for Week 4 against the Colts. pic.twitter.com/YxGulXVr0B
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) September 28, 2020