Dan Orlovsky criticizes Matt Nagy, Bears coach, for his handling of Justin Fields' game plan in Chicago's loss against Cleveland. (1:09).
LAKE FOREST (Ill.) -- The Chicago Bears have everything on the line.
After Week 3's 26-6 defeat to the Cleveland Browns, Coach Matt Nagy stated Monday that all three Chicago quarterbacks -- Andy Dalton, Justin Fields and Nick Foles -- were being considered for Sunday's start against the Detroit Lions.
Dalton is currently out with a left knee injury and Fields has a right throwing hand injury against the Browns. Fields had X-rays taken after the game. He said that he felt good, but Nagy wasn't ready to be a starter for the Lions.
Nagy stated that all three are being considered right now regarding where they are at. "We'll just have to kind of see in the next few days where they are at," Nagy said. "We are aware of Nick's health, but we want to keep an eye out for Justin and Andy. We need to keep our eyes on Nick and have a plan in place for him.
Fields was only able to complete 6 of 20 passes for 68 yard and was intercepted nine times during his first NFL regular season start.
The Bears as a team had 47 net yards and 1 net passing yard. They also went 1-of-11 on the third down, and averaged 1.1 yards of offensive play in Cleveland.
Nagy believed that Fields was adequately prepared to face the Browns, despite the offensive struggles.
Nagy stated that he loved Nagy's preparation leading up to the game. He learned a lot from the week of practice. He got better each day. We talked about the fact that there will be highs as well as lows in this journey that he is going through.
"Now that was a low. We want to ensure that he has success and we do everything we can. Because of everything I've said, Justin's optimism, Justin's determination, and his ability to bounce back from such an experience will be evident.