The Chicago Bears just turned in one of the worst offensive performances this century -- and Matt Nagy has no clue how to fix the problem. After Justin Fields struggled in his first NFL start, Nagy revealed in his Monday press conference that all three of his quarterbacks -- Fields, Andy Dalton, and Nick Foles -- are under consideration to start for the Bears this week.
"We'll just have to see the next couple days where they're all at," Nagy said. "We know where Nick (is) at, health-wise, but we just want to keep an eye on Justin and Andy and for us to just stay on that and make sure that we have a plan for any of those."
Foles is the only healthy quarterback on the Bears roster, since he hasn't played a snap all season. Dalton is still week-to-week with a knee injury, per Nagy, while Fields had X-rays on his hand that came back negative.
Fields struggled in his first start for the Bears, finishing 6 of 20 for 68 yards (41.2 rating) while having just three carries for 12 yards. The Bears put up just 47 yards of offense, the fewest by any team in a game since the 2004 Cleveland Browns (they put up just 26 yards against the Buffalo Bills). The Bears averaged just 1.1 yards per play, their third-fewest in a game since 1960 -- and the second-fewest by any team in a game this century. Chicago had just one net passing yard, the fewest in a game since the 2009 Cincinnati Bengals.
Nagy really didn't give Fields an opportunity to show what he brings to the Bears offense, allowing him to be sacked nine times in the loss. Fields didn't get much of a chance to roll out of the pocket and create a play, as the Bears offensive coaches put him in a scenario to fail.
Now the Bears are back to square one at quarterback, with a coach whose hot seat is on fire.
"Everything's on the table," Nagy said. "And I think that's probably the easiest way to put it -- the evaluation part, everything."