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It May Not Be the Start of the Foles Era, But It Is the End of Trubisky’s Time

Total188 Nick Foles knew what defense might be coming. He knew which players might hit him. He knew what he might see and not see. Foles, the Chicago Bears quarterback trying to complete a miracle comeback off the bench Sunday at Atlanta, knew he might get clobbered. So he told receiver Anthony Miller: “If I More

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Written by Greg Couch

Greg earned the 2007 Peter Lisagor Award as the best sports columnist in the Chicagoland area for his work with the Chicago Sun-Times, where he started as a college football writer in 1997 before becoming a general columnist in 2003. He also won a Lisagor in 2016 for his commentary in RollingStone.com and The Guardian.

Couch penned articles and columns for CNN.com/Bleacher Report, AOL Fanhouse, and The Sporting News and contributed as a writer and on-air analyst for FoxSports.com and Fox Sports 1 TV. In his journalistic roles, Couch has covered the grandest stages of tennis from Wimbledon to the Olympics, among numerous national and international sporting spectacles. He also won first place awards from the U.S. Tennis Writers Association for his event coverage and column writing on the sport in 2010.

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  1. I completely agree with your assessment, especially this:

    “And when Foles came in and started marching the offense, you should’ve seen the Bears defense. It’s always risky to read body language, but the Bears defenders seemed to be leaning forward, not backward.”

    I am sorry, but I have a real problem with this. While you mention in the article that Foles was much more professional than Trubisky, it also sounds like he is more of a professional than their defensive players. Are their defensive players being paid(very well by the way) to play defense or make QB decisions, etc..? A real pro goes out and plays with full effort no matter the situation.

  2. Greg C: “The Bears are 3-0 and their opponents have won only one game this year. In the first two weeks of the season, the NFC Offensive Player of the Week was whoever played quarterback against Atlanta.”

    LOL Greg…no need to be apologetic for what’s happening in Chi-Town…Dak almost leap-frogged Russell Wilson $$ and was shooting for Patrick Mahomes based on beating teams with losing records in 2019.

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