Chicago Bears make huge quarterback announcement

The Chicago Bears are currently facing a challenging season, holding a 1-5 record and desperately seeking a victory in Week 7 to change their fortunes.  

Unfortunately, their starting quarterback, Justin Fields, has suffered a thumb injury on his throwing hand, 

making his availability uncertain for the upcoming game against the Las Vegas Raiders. 

This setback occurred during their Week 6 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, forcing the Bears to turn to an undrafted rookie quarterback, Tyson Bagent, for the first time in his career.

Regrettably for Chicago fans, Fields has been officially ruled out for the Week 7 matchup, which means that Bagent is set to make his NFL starting debut on Sunday.  

This news has left many Bears supporters less than thrilled about the prospects of the game.

On the flip side, the Raiders are also dealing with quarterback issues, as their starter, Jimmy Garoppolo, has been ruled out in advance of the game. 

This situation has forced the Raiders to choose between rookie Aidan O’Connell and veteran Brian Hoyer to lead their offense in Week 7. 

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