Chicago Bears: 3 Duds from Week 4 against the Colts

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Chicago Bears, Nick Foles
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The Chicago Bears lost to the Colts this week and didn’t look good at all

Coming into this week I thought the Colts were going to be a thought test for this Chicago Bears team and it’s safe to say I was right. At no point in the game did it look like the Bears were in control. They have been playing bad teams all year, and in my opinion, were lucky to even be 3-0.

This wasn’t even that strong of a game by the Colts, the Bears just couldn’t get anything going on the offensive side of the ball. Whether it’s Mitch Trubisky or Nick Foles this team has some QB issues that need to be addressed.

Normally I do an MVP and include studs of the game in this type of article but the Bears played pretty bad, so I am just going to list people I felt were duds in this game. With that being said let’s start out with the first dud on this list.

Dud: Nick Foles

Nick Foles flat out did not look good against the Colts on Sunday. His final stat line was 26/42, 249 yards, 1 touchdown, and a pick. Many people, myself included, thought the offense would open up more with Foles at the helm.

Unfortunately, that was not the case this week against the Colts. While I still believe Foles is the better player, he has shown throughout his career that he is inconsistent as a starter, and is better when coming off the bench.

The Chicago Bears seem to be rolling with Nick for the foreseeable future, time will tell if he can turn his play around as the season carries on.