Chicago Bears head coach, Matt Nagy, told reporters today that Mitchell Trubisky will be the starting QB for the team on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
Matt Nagy says Mitchell Trubisky will start again Sunday vs. the Lions.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 2, 2020
Earlier in the press conference, when asked which QB was better suited to run the offense, Nagy said he wasn’t sure. He also went on to say that he felt the Bears played better overall on offense against the Packers, with the exception of getting behind early which sidetracked their game plan.
Nick Foles remained limited in practice today, but the plus side is that he did practice. Although, Nagy also mentioned that he doesn’t believe that Foles is at 100% yet.
Here’s the press conference in its entirety: