Chicago Bears QB Nick Foles carted off field late in loss to Minnesota Vikings
Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles was carted off the field after being thrown to the ground by Minnesota Vikings defensive end Ifeadi Odenigbo late in the fourth quarter Monday night.
The play happened with under a minute to play as the pocket collapsed around Foles, who tried to throw the ball rather than lose yardage and time on the clock with his team trailing 19-13 with no timeouts remaining. Foles appeared to land on his right, throwing shoulder. After the game, Bears coach Matt Nagy said Foles’ leg and hip were being evaluated.
Foles was replaced by backup Tyler Bray (Mitchell Trubisky was inactive). Bray's first pass was a short throw to Ryan Nall that went for an 18-yard gain. Bray then had five consecutive incomplete passes — including a spike to stop the clock — as the Bears lost their fourth consecutive game.
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Foles finished the game with 15 completions on 26 attempts for 106 yards and an interception.