Nick Foles injured, hauled away late in 4th quarter of Chicago Bears’ MNF damage to Minnesota Vikings

Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles was hauled away the field subsequent to being hammered to the turf late in the final quarter of Monday night’s 19-13 misfortune to the Minnesota Vikings.

With 44 seconds left in the game, Foles dropped back to pass and endeavored to stay away from the Vikings’ surge, however Minnesota protective end Ifeadi Odenigbo seized the veteran quarterback and drove Foles in reverse into the ground.

Bears mentor Matt Nagy, in his postgame accessibility, said Foles endured a hip or leg injury.

“You never need to see anyone go down, my group or the other group,” Bears running back Cordarrelle Patterson said.

“Being a piece of that, it harms, man. We realize how much work Nick places in every single day, the granulate he put in. To see a person like that go down, it’s grievous. I simply wish the best for him and his family. Simply continue appealing to God for him. I trust everything works out.”

Foles remained down on the field for longer than a moment until the truck came out and moved him to the storage space.

“He’s an intense man, and he was in a ton of agony,” Nagy said. “At the point when you see that and you’re down there with him, you feel for him since you don’t have the foggiest idea how terrible it was. So that part is hard.

“Once more, the insurance and where we’re at with getting the show on the road out, fast game, getting the show on the road out and getting the show on the road out with max security is something we have indeed to take a gander at and ensure that where are we at the present moment and how are we getting along this what not.”

Foles, 31, completed the night 15-of-26 for 106 yards and one capture attempt.

Veteran sign guest Tyler Bray entered the game for Chicago’s last drive. Previous second-by and large pick Mitchell Trubisky, who lost the beginning employment to Foles in Week 3, was inert on account of a shoulder injury.

“I don’t think about Mitch,” Nagy said after the misfortune. “I believe there’s a chance, yet I don’t realize that without a doubt. We simply need to take it step by step.”

The Bears (5-5) are on a bye week and next play at the Green Bay Packers on Nov. 29.

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