Chicago Bears: These were the biggest disappointments from Week 3

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Chicago Bears, Matt Nagy, Disappointing
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Disappointing Chicago Bear No. 3: Matt Nagy

I’m sure most of you are wondering why he wasn’t put No. 1, and that’s because I had to calm down a little before I wrote about how incompetent I find Matt Nagy.

Not once during this game against the Cleveland Browns did I think Matt Nagy knew what he was doing. Not once did Matt Nagy prove to anyone this game that he knew what he was doing. And now, we all get to bask in the beauty that is Matt Nagy.

In case you didn’t watch the game, let me sum it up for you:

  • Let Justin Fields get murdered
  • Call plays that need time to develop when no time is allowed
  • Choose to give up since Andy “the Great” Dalton isn’t in
  • Give puppy dog eyes in the post-game press conference and take many long sighs into the mic for those to hear

Am I being critical? Yep.

Is it deserved? Yep.

Matt Nagy should no longer be coaching the Chicago Bears, but at an absolute bare minimum, he shouldn’t be calling plays.

I’m far from the first person to say something like this, so let’s look at what everyone had to say, that way people don’t think *I’m* the one being too critical of the “Offensive Guru”.

I think you get the point, but Matt Nagy is, and likely will be until his departure, the most disappointing Chicago Bear week in and week out, so until something major changes, I’d chalk Matt Nagy into this weekly article every single week.