The Chicago Bears walked off the field with a 16-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in a big divisional game on Sunday.
Unfortunately, earlier in the game it was starting quarterback Mitch Trubisky who walked off the field giving way to Chase Daniels to lead the team to victory.
The Trubisky injury didn't look good at all and there's some speculation he could be done for the season.
After the game head coach Matt Nagy called the injury "unfortunate" but wasn't ready to say it was a season ending injury yet.
Nagy added that they should have a clearer picture within the next two days however Nagy's tone definitely pointed towards Trubisky missing a couple of weeks.
Matt Nagy says he doesn’t think QB Mitch Trubisky’s injury is season-ending. Says he’s anxious to find out what’s up, though.
— Jason Lieser (@JasonLieser) September 30, 2019