Tarik Cohen left the Bears’ game with a knee injury and the team believes that the running back tore his ACL, as head coach Matt Nagy explained after the game.
“It looks like he did end up tearing his ACL,” Nagy said (via the Chicago Sun-Times). “That’ll be a big blow to us.”
Cohen, who recently signed a three-year, $17.25 million extension, had three catches for 20 yards and two carries for 20 yards on the ground.
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Nagy Noncommittal About Foles’ Status
After stalling on offense for most of the day, Nagy opted to bring in Nick Foles and the former Super Bowl championship brought the Bears back from a 16-point deficit to deliver the Falcons another heartbreak.
“Sometimes there’s a gut feeling on when to do it, and that seemed like the right time,” Nagy said after the game.
The coach wouldn’t delvudge who will be the starting quarterback for the team going forward, responding to the question with “we just want to enjoy the win tonight.”
Trubisky went 13-for-22 for 128 yards with one touchdown and one interception before he was pulled from the game. While Foles got the win, his numbers weren’t spectacular. He threw for three touchdowns, though he completed just 55 percent of his 29 throws.
Chicago is 3-0 with a contest against the Colts looming next week.