Head coach Matt Nagy had previously maintained that Andy Dalton would resume the title when he recovered from his injury, but has now taken another direction.
The noob Justin fields will remain the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears future in the season, announced the head coach Matt nagy this Wednesday.
Nagy had previously maintained that the veteran Andy dalton he would regain the starting job once he was healthy enough to come back from a knee injury that has kept him sidelined for the past couple of weeks.
Fields led the Bears to a 24-14 victory over the Detroit Lions last Sunday in his second start of the campaign.
So far in the season, Fields he has completed 25 of 52 pass attempts (48.1 percent) for 347 yards and two interceptions. Also, he has rushed for 55 yards with a touchdown.
Coach Nagy announced that Justin Fields will be our starter going forward.
– Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) October 6, 2021