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Poll of the Day: Where should the blame go for the week one disaster?

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Matt Nagy said he and his team have already moved past week one and are focused on the Denver Broncos, but as we wrap up our Packers coverage we wanted to throw out a poll to you guys. 

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By now, even the staunchest of Chicago Bears supporter has to realize that the offense had some issues against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night. We’ve heard head coach Matt Nagy talk about their problems and we’ve heard quarterback Mitchell Trubisky talk about it too, with both taking the responsibility for the team only scoring three points in the season opener.

When Nagy met the media today at Halas Hall he reflected on their offensive shortcomings. “I always start with myself. That’s not cliche talk, that’s real talk. So, I start with: ‘Where can I be better to help our team?’ You beat yourself up in certain areas.”

Nagy has to be better as a play caller, but Trubisky has to do a better job seeing what the defense is doing, and the offensive line has to do a better job in giving him time to throw.

Nagy said he and his team have already moved past week one and are one hundred percent focused on the Denver Broncos, but as we wrap up our Packers coverage we wanted to throw out a poll to you guys.

Poll

Where do you place blame for the week one Chicago Bears’ offensive disaster?

This poll is closed

  • 65%
    Matt Nagy
    (1255 votes)
  • 19%
    Mitchell Trubisky
    (382 votes)
  • 9%
    Offensive line
    (188 votes)
  • 5%
    It was a fluke!
    (100 votes)
1925 votes total Vote Now

Those first three options are all fixable, so it’s too early to panic about the 2019 Bears, and I have a feeling that we’ll see a different offense on Sunday in Denver.