The Chicago Bears appear heading into their game against the Green Bay Packers with a brand new pecking order at quarterback. They already announced that Mitchell Trubisky is back making his first start since week 3, and with the hip injury to Nick Foles making him doubtful for the Sunday night contest, the Bears have elevated Tyler Bray from the practice squad.
Foles still has an outside chance on serving as the QB2 if he feels good during warmups, but with Bray now elevated it seems like him being the back up is the most logical scenario.
Bray received his first playing time this season in their last game on November 16 and he was 1 of 5 for 18 yards. That was the first completion of Bray’s professional career.
Teams announce their inactive lists 90 minutes before kickoff, so we’ll have some clarity on the quarterback situation at that point.