(CBS) After an abysmal offensive showing by the Bears in a 26-0 road loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, Chicago coach John Fox hasn’t committed to a starting quarterback for next Sunday’s home game against the Raiders.
Starting in place of the injured Jay Cutler, Jimmy Clausen was just 9-of-17 for 63 yards as Chicago featured an ultra-conservative, limited game plan. With Cutler expected to be out at least one more week with a hamstring injury, is there a chance Fox turns to second-year pro David Fales on Sunday?
“There’s one guy that’s our starter, and we’ll evaluate where that is,” Fox said in his Monday morning interview on WBBM Newsradio. “We’ll have a lot better grasp of who our quarterback will be by Wednesday.
“Like most teams in the league, when you don’t have your starting quarterback, you drop off.”
Chicago fell to 0-3 with the loss at Seattle.
“It’s obviously not good enough,” Fox said. “The positive side is I think our defense made some progress. The other two phases, not so much.”
Listen to Fox’s full interview with Josh Liss below.