Following a 24-14 win over the Detroit Lions, a sport which noticed rookie quarterback Justin Fields enhance from his final outing, Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy stated his group isn’t altering their plans.
Fields was 11-for-17 passing for 209 yards within the victory, however on Monday, Nagy stated that when Andy Dalton is wholesome, he’s going again in there. Dalton has missed time as a result of a knee harm.
“When Andy’s well being, he’s our starter,” Nagy stated per Bears Wire. “Justin’s the 2, Nick’s the three.”
Nick Foles is the referenced No. 3 quarterback on the Bears’ depth chart.
Nonetheless, it nonetheless stays to be seen if the Bears even need to cross that bridge this week. Nagy added that “the following two days are going to inform us lots” when discussing Dalton’s present standing.
Nagy’s subsequent replace will come Wednesday, however many in Chicago are already calling the choice the fallacious one.
After the win in opposition to the Lions, the will for Bears followers is to see the younger QB get the reigns going ahead.
Until one thing modifications in Nagy’s thoughts within the coming days, we all know the place he stands.
The coach did point out he’s proud of the expansion he’s seen in Fields, not less than.
“What’s been nice about these final couple weeks is Justin’s had the chance to play and get vital snaps and he’s grown from it,” Nagy stated. “Now we simply gotta see, the place’s Andy’s well being at?”
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