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A day after snapping his team's four-game losing streak with a 20-13 win over the Lions, Bears coach Matt Nagy said he hopes the season's remaining opponents will scratch their starting QB and be forced to play with a third-string running back like Detroit was.
Matt Nagy doubled down Saturday morning, saying he plans to have his offense kneel on every play Sunday rather than risk a turnover against the Eagles.
“It’s time for a change,” said Nagy. “Next week against the Eagles it’s ‘BE BELICHICK.’”
"Vic, congrats on the new job, but we need your help with one last thing," said Bears coach Matt Nagy. "Would you mind please putting together a defensive game plan for all 16 of our games next season?"
Like many Bears fans, head coach Matt Nagy is glued to the weather forecast in anticipating of Sunday’s playoff game against the Eagles. However, the reason for Nagy’s motivation is a little different. “I just hope it’s warm enough for me to wear my lucky Bears visor,” said Nagy. “I got it at the start […]
“Playing lineman is challenging enough, but I never realized how stressful it can be running that kneel down play," said Leno. "Like, what if you drop it, and can’t find it? Then, it’s all over man. I’m just glad I pulled it off!"