The Mitch Trubisky era in Chicago seems to be over.
After an uninspiring start to the Bears matchup against the Falcons Sunday, Matt Nagy went to his high-priced free-agent offseason signing to replace Mitch Trubisky.
We all know how that ended.
Monday morning, head coach Matt Nagy announced that Nick Foles is now the starting QB of the Chicago Bears, and will be for the foreseeable future.
Foles will make his first start in Chicago next Sunday against the Colts.
The Bears are currently 3-0.