Chicago Bears: Matt Nagy continues to fail, already time to blow this team up

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This Chicago Bears team needs to be blown up in preparation for 2022

This was a painful game to watch. The scoreboard could have looked much worse than it did when the clock hit 0:00. Walking away with a 26-6 loss to go down 1-2 on the season already makes this year feel like it is a loss. The Chicago Bears offense has not looked sharp once this season. Scratch that, the offense looked halfway decent on the first drive versus the Bengals and that was about it. Needless to say, things are not working.

Matt Nagy is lost. He has no in-game awareness whatsoever. His play-calling is beyond horrible. I have always been on record for stating I thought Matt Nagy makes for a solid head coach. My issues have always been with him as a play-caller. Just like last season, Nagy needs to hand off play-calling to have any chance of saving his job this season.

I know. I know. As I write this, I have the same doubts as you do regarding any of this actually happening. Even if the team only wins three games this season, I have a hard time believing Nagy will actually be fired. He should not even be coaching this year if I were running things in Chicago. Ted Phillips would also be gone, but that’s another story for a different day. That said, this team should just blow things up already.