Matt Nagy to continue serving as the Bears offensive play-caller

Matt Nagy to continue serving as the Bears offensive play-caller

Matt Nagy to continue serving as the Bears offensive play-caller

Whatever chance the Chicago Bears had to make something of their season is just about gone. "It happened on the sack at the end of the second quarter".

On Monday, when Matt Nagy met with the media at Halas Hall, he said that Trubisky had a right hip pointer, and that he removed his starting quarterback from Sunday night's game because the hip injury was beginning to affect Trubisky's throwing and follow through, while also noting Mitch was in a good deal of pain.

Eddy Pineiro, who was acquired from the Raiders in an offseason trade, hit a game-winning 53-yard field goal to help the Bears beat the Broncos 16-14 on a muggy day in Denver.

Fair enough, but questions and concerns still linger about Trubisky's.

The switch fueled speculation that he was benched in favor of Chase Daniel. Though he led an 80-yard touchdown drive early in the third, his hip tightened as the game wore on.

With that drastic drop-off, it's hard to look at Trubisky being the only problem in the Bears offense, albeit being the central one. Whether it was missed field goals or missed passes, the Bears offense simply could not find any rhythm at any point during the game. He also almost had another pass picked off on a late throw. The Bears ranked 28th in scoring and 30th in total offense through Sunday.

The No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 draft, Trubisky's completion percentage, yards per game and yards per completion are all down from last season.

The Rams moved to 6-4 to keep their own post-season hopes alive despite quarterback Jared Goff being limited to 173 passing yards and one interception. NY has lost six straight and is coming off a bye.

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