The QB change was obvious after Sunday’s 20-point fourth-quarter scoring barrage. While Nagy said after the win he wanted to talk to both QBs before making an official decision, there was no going back to Trubisky. You can’t squeeze that toothpaste back into the tube, as they say.

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“For us, it’s never easy when you go into these types of situations,” Nagy said. “I want to credit both of those guys in yesterday’s situation for being really supportive of each other this whole time. Even as hard as that was for Mitch to be told that Nick’s going to go in and play, Mitch was, to his credit, an awesome supporter of Nick for the rest of that game. He flat out told Nick, ‘I’m gonna have your back just like you’ve had mine from the start.’ I think that speaks to who he is.”

Bears coach Matt Nagy announced Monday that Foles will be the Bears starting quarterback following Sunday’s come-from-behind win over the Atlanta Falcons. Foles took over for Mitchell Trubisky early in the third quarter.

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