The Chicago Bears identity could be multiplicity.
How that hasn’t been fixed already is in the air. If Lazor can fix some of the details in Trubisky’s game, the sky could be the limit. What I think needs to be noted is that Matt Nagy truly wants criticism to help him become a better coach. Lazor wanted to go over every single play that the Chicago Bears have run with Matt Nagy. Lazor took notes on each game, and some plays from Nagy’s past and evaluated it.
Bill Lazor spoke on if the plays in the works are effective for the types of players on the roster and why. Lazor shared how he has been on some horrible coaching staffs and some excellent coachings staffs with self-evaluation. He shared how he thinks the Chicago Bears are one of the good ones.
Lazor took a bit of a shot at the previous coaching staff on how a team needs to change things up based on injury. Like when the Bears had to grab tight ends off the street. Multiplicity is a phrase that might stick with Bill Lazor.
A football team needs to adapt to each week’s opponent and injury shortcomings. Lazor seems to understand this already with his press conference. The question becomes, can he make this a thing year in and year out?
Lazor understands how the COVID-19 pandemic can make things even more tricky once the season kicks off. The fact that the coach is already beginning a plan with using multiple formations, key formations, and correct personnel is a positive sign towards Chicago Bears’ success.