Chicago Bears: 3 things we want to see from Matt Nagy’s offense

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Chicago Bears need to put together an actual offense

As horrible as that sounds, Matt Nagy needs to do this. Yes, Nagy needs to actually do his job and put together some sort of offense. The offense of the Bears the past two seasons has been a joke from top to bottom outside of a select few individuals who have shined despite the horrible coaching.

Nagy has no more excuses for a bad offense. He has Justin Fields on the bench by his own choice by starting Andy Dalton. So if one falters, Nagy better make the switch. On top of that, the Bears added a ton of lethal weapons in Damien Williams, Khalil Herbert, Marquise Goodwin, Damiere Byrd, and Breshad Perriman.

With that, the Bears need to establish a rhythm. A veteran quarterback behind a solid offensive line should be able to excel easily. Nagy has no more people to throw under the bus this season. He could make a major statement by putting together an offense and scoring more than 10 points as that’s the most he’s scored against the Rams in the last three years.