None of the Bears quarterbacks played particularly well Saturday night in a 10-3 win over the Buffalo Bills.
But, the Bears coaching staff apparently wasn't too pleased with backup quarterback Caleb Hanie, who didn't take his usual snaps with the second-string offense.
Instead, rookie Nathan Enderle got those snaps.
When did he find out?
"When coach [Mike] Martz yelled out my name," Enderle said.
Asked if he got a heads up, Enderle said, "I just go in when they tell me to go in.
"So, I don't read too much into it."
But Hanie didn't look very happy, walking off the practice field. He was scheduled to appear on 670 The Score with starting quarterback Jay Cutler. But Cutler made the hour-long appearance with rookie receiver Dane Sanzenbacher instead.
Bears coach Lovie Smith said that, after the game, "your reps change a little bit, based on what you've done."
"We got Nathan Enderle a couple more reps today with the 2s," Smith said. "He did some good things in the game. He hadn't really gotten a lot of reps in practice right now."
Asked what it means in regards to Hanie, Smith said, "No, there's no punishment, there's no rewards.
"You look at how a guy played, and that determines what type of reps he gets the following week. As I said earlier, Nathan hasn't gotten hardly any reps in practice. He did a few things. We want to see what he can do when he gets a few more reps in practice.
"Caleb didn't play as well as I thought he did initially. But, again, first preseason game. All the guys will get better."
Enderle appreciated the extra work.
"It was nice," he said. "It's good to get the mental reps in, watching the other guys do it right. But, it's also nice to get in there and physically get the reps and see the things with my eyes."
For the game, Enderle completed seven of 10 passes for 110 yards, but he threw an interception and was sacked five times. His rating was 66.7.
Hanie was three for seven for 32 yards, and he was sacked three times. His rating was 56.8.