Oh my goodness, Nick Foles simply led the Bears to an unreal resurgence win over the Falcons. And he wasn’t even the starting QB on Sunday!After 2 wins
to start the season, Mitchell Trubisky seemed to have actually sealed his status as the Bears’ beginning quarterback heading into Week 3 after winning the training school battle.But halfway
through the third quarter, trailing the Falcons 26-10, Bears head coach Matt Nagy made an unexpected move: Trubisky to the bench, and Foles into the game.At the time of the relocation, Trubisky was 13-for-21 for 128 yards and one goal, and likewise a 45-yard run. Not incredibly productive, however likewise not awful. Obviously, however, Nagy had actually seen enough.Foles stepped
He ended his first drive as the Bears’ quarterback with this toss, an objected to play in the end zone that was ruled an interception:
Difficult start, however if we understand anything about Nick, it’s that he thrives in unexpected functions, and specifically when he’s a backup.
Foles tossed THREE GOALS in his Bears debut on Sunday, consisting of the game-winning toss with under 2 minutes to play:
The former Super Bowl MVP ended up the game 16-of-29 for 188 yards and three goals, together with an interception.There’s nothing this
man can’t do.