The Chicago Bears vs Baltimore Ravens game on Sunday was a disgusting disgrace from a Chicago point of view. They were dominated even though the final score read 16-13. The Ravens were without Lamar Jackson who is their quarterback and best player. Tyler Huntley made his first career start in his place and did a good enough job to win.
Justin Fields was injured in the game and Andy Dalton had to come in. The Bears were also without Khalil Mack, Akiem Hicks, and Allen Robinson for different reasons as well. That made things harder than normal but the real reason that they were a stinky football team again was because of the fact that Matt Nagy is a terrible coach.
They are now 3-7 and he deserves a lot of the blame. He was supposed to come in and help the offense take big steps. Well, he was a disaster with Mitchell Trubisky. So far, he is a disaster with Justin Fields and it is his time to go. He is a nice man away from the field by all accounts but he is simply a lousy football coach. A very lousy football coach.
The offense that the Bears trout out there was a complete joke. They scored 13 points and couldn’t even beat a quarterback who had 16 career passing attempts. Tyler Huntley deserves no disrespect because he was thrown to the wolves amidst a tough situation for his team but that should have given the Bears a significant advantage.
The Chicago Bears should make changes the second they wake up this morning.
In the history of the Chicago Bears, which is a long time, they have never fired a coach in the middle of the season. Not a single time. Now is the time to go away from that and make the change. All of their old traditions have led to losing anyway so this is a great way to start doing things differently.
As we wake up this Monday, Nagy shouldn’t make it to lunchtime with a job. Ryan Pace is no better and should be gone as well. As long as these two are involved, the Chicago Bears have no chance. Firing them both would be a great way for the Bears to automatically get just a bit better.
Now, if Matt Nagy makes it past lunch, he is probably going to run out Andy Dalton on Thanksgiving and embarrass the Bears in front of the world. This franchise has become a laughing stock and it is time to turn it around. We will see if they ever do but don’t count on it.