Back in the starting job for the first time in months, Bears quarterback Andy Dalton led the Bears 69 yards down field on 18 plays – eating up half the fourth quarter along the way – to clinch a Thanksgiving Day victory.
The Bears beat the Lions on a last-second field goal from kicker Cairo Santos, giving coach Matt Nagy some measure of redemption – at least for now – after a wild and whacky week at Halas Hall.
The Bears will take on the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day. Catch up on all the latest Bears news ahead of Thursday's game and stay right here for live updates all game long.
Bears chairman George McCaskey directed the Bears coaching staff to name Justin Fields the permanent starting quarterback prior to the Week 5 game against the Las Vegas Raiders, multiple sources tell Shaw Local’s Hub Arkush.
The Bears will visit Ford Field to face the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day. Here's what to watch for in the Thursday matchup.
Along with quarterback Justin Fields, defensive tackle Akiem Hicks and running back Damien Williams have been ruled out of Thursday's Bears game against the Lions. Receiver Allen Robinson is doubtful.
Justin Fields will sit out Thursday's game due to a rib injury. Andy Dalton will make his first start since Week 2, head coach Matt Nagy confirmed Tuesday.
Bears receiver Allen Robinson was held out of practice again due to a hamstring injury. Defensive tackle Akiem Hicks also sat out with an ankle injury.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy said Tuesday that a report stating he will be fired following Thursday's game in Detroit is “not accurate.”