Chicago Bears Fire Matt Nagy After 4 Seasons

After four years as the Chicago Bears head coach, Matt Nagy has finally been relieved of his title.
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Chicago Bears Fire Matt Nagy After 4 Seasons

Are you surprised? Heading into 2021, Matt Nagy was on the hot seat for the Chicago Bears. After going 12-4 in 2018, he went back to back years at 8-8 before bottoming out at 6-11 in 2021. Matt Nagy finishes his time in Chicago with a 34-31 regular-season record and an 0-2 postseason record.

Nagy was supposed to be this offensive guru to save Mitch Trubisky and it just never happened. As a HC with the Bears, his offense ranked 21, 29, 26, and 28 in yards over his four seasons calling plays.

Even with Justin Fields at the helm, Nagy wasn't able to do enough in their limited time together to show that he deserved to be the one in charge of developing the young quarterback.

In his lone season as an offensive coordinator, he had the Chiefs top six in both yards and points but the question is always how much does the OC really do with Andy Reid calling plays for Kansas City.

For Chicago, they now turn to look for the next HC something they haven't been able to find since moving on from Lovie Smith. This should be a favorable job as many will want to be the ones in lock-step with the development of the uber-talented Fields.

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