It felt as if Bears coach Matt Nagy overreacted Sunday when he yanked starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky from the game and put in Nick Foles. Sure, Trubisky hadn't been great against the Falcons. And he'd just thrown a drive-killing interception. But we've certainly seen him look worse, and besides, the Bears were off to a 2-0 start with Trubisky under center.
By the time Foles went into the game, I'd begun thinking about the weekly overreactions column and all I could think was that Nagy was trying to bigfoot me.