Nick Foles saved the Chicago Bears and now he’s been named their starting quarterback:
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Author: Jon Kuzma
The Chicago Bears were trailing the Atlanta Falcons 26-10 with about nine minutes left in third quarter. When they decided to replace Mitchell Trubisky with Nick Foles. And then Foles went on to do what we’ve come to expect from him. He rallied the Bears back to a 30-26 come from behind victory. It was another miracle we have to put down on Foles’ resume. We also can’t overlook what he can do for this passing attack. When Foles came into the game. The Chicago Bears offense opened up like when Moses parted the Red Sea. Instead of settling for checkdowns with Mitchell Trubisky. Foles is taking shots downfield and making things fun again for the Bears wide receivers. Anthony Miller and Jimmy Graham both came alive as soon as Foles was under center. Allen Robinson also caught a deep curl route, broke a tackle, and took it for about a 50 yard touchdown. Going with Foles means more explosive plays for Chicago. So Matt Nagy had to name him the starting quarterback.
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