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The usual excitement following a big win Sunday is missing from Halas Hall because Bears QB Mitch Trubisky hasn't allowed the facility's TVs to be turned back on and no one who works for the team is aware of their 20-13 victory over the Lions.
A day after snapping his team's four-game losing streak with a 20-13 win over the Lions, Bears coach Matt Nagy said he hopes the season's remaining opponents will scratch their starting QB and be forced to play with a third-string running back like Detroit was.
Matt Nagy doubled down Saturday morning, saying he plans to have his offense kneel on every play Sunday rather than risk a turnover against the Eagles.
“Playing lineman is challenging enough, but I never realized how stressful it can be running that kneel down play," said Leno. "Like, what if you drop it, and can’t find it? Then, it’s all over man. I’m just glad I pulled it off!"
“We’ve seen it all this year,” said Nagy. “We’ve seen guards catching touchdowns, running backs passing for TDs, and even defensive lineman rushing for them. But it’s been a very long time since anybody in the NFL has utilized the forward pass to connect QBs and receivers.”