How does a shortened preseason impact the Chicago Bears quarterback competition?
As if the Chicago Bears quarterback competition hasn’t been a big headache to monitor already, things are now about to get crazier than ever. On Wednesday afternoon, it was reported that the NFL is planning to cut preseason down to just two games.
After virtually working out all offseason, the Bears were looking forward to returning to Halas Hall and finally beginning a competition that everyone is waiting to see. Head coach Matt Nagy, who revamped the offensive staff this offseason, will now need to figure out ways to split reps between Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky.