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The Bear’s Den, September 28, 2021

Matt Nagy spoke to the media and, as usual, shared a bunch of vague coachspeak of dubious veracity

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Bears’ Matt Nagy evaluating giving up play calling on offense - RSN - The Bears head coach essentially said they’re evaluating everything in regards to the poor offensive performance.

Bears offense still lacks answers for Myles Garrett, sack record - RSN - Matt Nagy and everyone else knew the havoc Garrett could create, they just couldn’t find a way to stop him.

Chicago Bears Week 3 Takeaways: All on Matt Nagy - On Tap Sports Net - Here are the takeaway’s from the Bears’ Week 3 loss to the Cleveland Browns. This happened to be one the worst offensive performances in Bears history.

Bears: Nagy Doesn’t Name Starter, All Three QBs a Possibility - On Tap Sports Net - After one of the worst offensive performances this century, Bears’ HC Matt Nagy has not named a starting QB for Week 4 against the Lions.

Oestmann: This is Deeper Than Play-Calling for Matt Nagy. - Da Bears Blog - Three years and into a fourth season later and – when it comes to scoring points at least – Nagy is, statistically, one of the worst offensive head coaches in the history of this franchise.

I Hate How Week 4 Already Feels Like a Must Win for the Bears - Bleacher Nation - Win, and look competent on offense, and your team is in an OK spot. But anything less than 2-2 will fire off red flags so bright they can be seen from the outer rim territories of galaxies far, far away.

Matt Nagy considering giving up Bears’ play-calling duties - 670 The Score - Bears coach coach Matt Nagy didn’t rule out relinquishing the team’s offensive play-calling duties following a 26-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.

Film study: Bears’ offensive line implodes as Browns rack up 9 sacks - Chicago Sun-Times - The Browns have great pass rushers, but just one of the nine sacks was an example of an overwhelming talent making an incredible play. The rest were indicative of a major problem for the Bears.

Matt Nagy says Nick Foles ‘under consideration’ — but it’s still unlikely - Chicago Sun-Times - With his top two quarterbacks nursing injuries, Bears coach Matt Nagy at least had to entertain the possibility that he could turn to third-stringer Nick Foles on Sunday against the Lions.

Bears’ Matt Nagy putting new Justin Fields plan in motion - Chicago Sun-Times - After the rookie was sacked nine times by the Browns, Nagy needs to exploit Fields’ speed, mobility and throwing accuracy on the run. “We’ve got to be able to counter, and that’s what we’ll do.”

Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy says ‘everything’s on the table’ to fix offense, offer few details - Chicago Sun-Times - That includes, Nagy said, potentially ceding play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.

Column: New play caller for Chicago Bears? - Chicago Tribune - Everything is on the table for the Chicago Bears when it comes to potential changes after nothing the offense tried against the Cleveland Browns worked.

Chicago Bears: Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts on Week 3 - Chicago Tribune - 10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears had a historically inept offensive showing in a humiliating 26-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

Bears Monday Rewind: Finding Justin Fields help from tight ends, wide receivers – The Athletic - The Bears begin the process of fixing a woeful offense, and it can start with getting more from and creating more for their pass catchers.


Joe Judge won't make any "radical changes" after 0-3 start - ProFootballTalk - At least the Bears aren't 0-3.


Dan Campbell explains late-game conservative play, decision to call timeout - Pride Of Detroit - Campbell showed little regret for his controversial late-game decisions


Leming: 10 Takes after the Bears embarrassing 26-6 loss on the road to the Browns - Windy City Gridiron - The Chicago Bears are (1-2) after a 26-6 loss on the road to the Cleveland Browns, but the loss wasn’t the worst part. It was how it happened in rookie Justin Fields’ debut.

Wiltfong: Bears vs Browns - Takeaways from the snap counts, stats, and more - Windy City Gridiron - We’ve go over the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlight a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their latest L, this time 23 to 6 to the Cleveland Browns.

Infante's Notes: Bears get decimated by Browns’ defense in debut of Justin Fields - Windy City Gridiron - Yikes. That’s all.


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