Matt Nagy Will Reportedly Coach His Last Game With The Bears On Thanksgiving

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According to a report, Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy has been told that the Thanksgiving game against the Lions will be his last

The latest report out of Chicago is that Matt Nagy is, indeed, out as the head coach.

But the ownership is evidently giving him one more game: the Thanksgiving matchup against the winless Lions.

According to the report, Matt Nagy has already been told that this will be his last week at the helm.

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Chicago Bears fans have been voicing their displeasure with Matt Nagy by chanting “fire Nagy” at the end of the embarrassing loss to the Ravens, the Bulls game later in the week, and people even taunted the coach with chants at his sons high school playoff game.

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According to another leak, Matt Nagy has completely fallen out of favor in his own locker room, with several players wishing he’s be fired sooner rather than later.

The Chicago Bears hired Nagy in 2018. And he’s taken the team to the playoffs in two of his four seasons. But when they made the hire, it was believed that Nagy would turn the team’s offense around. And since he’s gotten to Chicago, the stagnant offense has only gotten worse.

If this report is true, Matt Nagy would be the first coach in franchise history to be fired midseason.

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