2020 Chicago Bears: Week 2 Report Card vs. New York Giants

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Chicago Bears, Matt Nagy
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How did Chicago Bears Coaches do?

Matt Nagy is continuing to show a more balanced attack offensively and is allowing the running game more opportunities to get going. In addition, Nagy has given Trubisky more chances to use his feet with some designed run plays, utilizing his quarterback’s mobility and athleticism.

Defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano put his defensive players in a position to make plays with timely blitzes. Nagy might have drawn some criticism from fans for going for it on a fourth-and-one late in the fourth quarter, which resulted in Massie corralling a deflected pass to convert the first down. Overall, there was nothing too controversial about how Nagy and his coaching staff orchestrated the game this week.

Grade: B

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