Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears’ lone healthy QB, can start

Dalton Schultz of the Dallas Cowboys scores on Monday at a 19-yard reception against the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys won 41-21. Photo by Ian Halperin/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Cowboys Ezekiel Elott runs against the Eagles. Photo by Ian Halperin/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Eagles’ Devonta Smith took a short catch. Photo by Ian Halperin/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders perform before the game. Photo by Ian Halperin/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Kendrick Bourne of the New England Patriots pulled into a 22-yard touchdown reception covered by New Orleans Saints Paulson Adebo in the fourth quarter at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. The Saints defeated the Patriots 28-13. Photo by Matthew Healy/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Saints Alvin Kamara is kicked out of bounds after a nine-yard welcome. Photo by Matthew Healy/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Patriots Bill Belichick watches his team from the sidelines. Photo by Matthew Healy/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Saints’ Jameis Winston (c) throws a pass. Photo by Matthew Healy/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Saints Marquez Callaway pulls into a reception while being covered by Patriots’ Jesse Jackson. Photo by Matthew Healy/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady encourages Buccaneers fans ahead of their game against the Los Angeles Rams at Sophie Stadium in Inglewood, California on Sunday. Photo by John Sohoo/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

The Buccaneers’ Rob Gronkowski (c) faces Rams’ Terrell Lewis. Photo by John Sohoo/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Brady runs 8 yards. Photo by John Sohoo/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur (c) cheers as kicker Mason Crosby hits a 51-yard field goal, helping the Packers 30-28 over the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. There was no time left to win. on Sunday. Photo by Terry Schmidt/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

The Packers’ Robert Tonin (L) gives a good signal as Crosby (R) screams as he looks to his 51-yard field goal. Photo by Terry Schmidt/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

49’s George Kittel cuts the edge for a 12-yard advantage. Photo by Terry Schmidt/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

49ers fans cheer during the game. Photo by Terry Schmidt/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

The Packers’ Aaron Jones (R) flies out of the catch of Nick Bosa in the 49th. Photo by Terry Schmidt/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

Packers Alan Lazard (L) is knocked down by Kevon Williams of the 49ers after a 42-yard pass by Aaron Rodgers. Photo by Terry Schmidt/WNN | license photo

Coach Matt Nagy says Nick Foles, the Bears' lone healthy QB, can start

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