Would you be happy with this new Chicago Bears hierarchy?

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We have been spinning our wheels and speculating about potential head coaching candidates for 2022. It is apparent that the Chicago Bears are not going to remove Matt Nagy from his head coaching duties prior to the end of the season. Now that we can stop getting excited for a few weeks, at least all reports indicate that Nagy is indeed out as the head coach for 2022.

The Chicago Bears are going to at best be 7-10 on the year and at worst will be 6-11. Neither is good enough though because this team cannot beat the better teams in the NFL. Their best wins this year have been against the Cincinnati Bengals and Las Vegas Raiders. The Bengals just beat the Chiefs in a close game to move to 10-6 and clinch the AFC North. The Raiders are 9-7 on the year after beating the Indianapolis Colts in a nail-biter.

The whole Chicago Bears regime needs to be removed from power

The Bears’ other wins were two versus a one-win Detroit Lions team, another versus a five-win Seattle Seahawks team, and now a dominant performance versus a four-win Giants team. The team truly struggled versus better teams in the league though with blowout losses to the Bucs, Rams, Cardinals and Packers. It will be interesting to see how they play versus a 7-9 Vikings team in the final game of the year.

With the Vikings’ loss to the Packers, the team is no longer in the playoff hunt. That means that this game is essentially meaningless for both teams. Defeating the Vikings could mean that the Chicago Bears are tied for second in the NFC North to finish out the year. That shouldn’t be good enough to save Matt Nagy’s job and I don’t see Ryan Pace sticking around either. Instead, there could be major changes and would you be happy with this new hierarchy?