The Chicago Bears look like hot garbage after their… well, hot start at the beginning of the season.
A lot of people are putting the blame on head coach Matt Nagy’s offensive schemes and calls on the field.
The Bears have never fired a coach in the middle of the season, but is it time to break that tradition?
Some former Bears think so.
I saw some firings and firings in my time in Chicago none of which happened mid season. I wonder what the tipping point is and who ultimately makes the decision.
— Kyle (@Ky1eLong) December 6, 2020
Oh and the GM…. football starts in the trenches bruh. Everybody knows that!
— Matt Forte (@MattForte22) December 6, 2020
What do you think?
Should the Bears stick it out with Nagy for the rest of the year to see what happens? Or is all hope lost at this point?
Remember when he won coach of the year? That was only two years ago!