Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy sure appears to be a dead man walking – with it being a foregone conclusion that he will not be the head coach in 2022.
But even with all that going on, the Bears actually looked somewhat competent through the first half of their game against the rival Packers on Sunday night.
Heading into the locker room the Bears still needed to shore up their defensive effort against Aaron Rodgers. But thanks to a couple of big plays, the team held a 27-21 lead.
Instead of lamenting some of the areas the team had to improve to actually pull off the upset, Matt Nagy opted to talked about how much “fun” he was having during the game.
Matt Nagy told NBC at halftime he was “having so much fun.”
The Packers out-scored the Bears 24-3 in the second half.
— Peter Bukowski (@Peter_Bukowski) December 13, 2021
After Matt Nagy’s Bears went on to get blown out in the second half, everyone had jokes about how much “fun” the coach was having.
Matt Nagy was having "so much fun" until he wasn't.
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) December 13, 2021
— Jimmy Zajac (@JimmyZajac) December 13, 2021
Think Matt Nagy is still having fun? pic.twitter.com/ZX3sKUrGJ2
— DraftKings Sportsbook (@DKSportsbook) December 13, 2021
Matt Nagy in the locker room at halftime probably:
“That was really fun guys, let’s keep it up!”
“What adjustments should we make coach!”
Matt Nagy probably:
— Bears Nation (4-9) (@BearsNationCHI) December 13, 2021
— Jacob Mann (@Jacob___Mann) December 13, 2021
— Nick Olla (@Coach_Olla) December 13, 2021
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With the expected loss to the Packers, Matt Nagy has now led the Bears to a 4-9 record – in a year where he admitted it was now-or-never time for his offense to prove they can compete with top teams around the league.
All season long, reports have indicated that Nagy will be let go at some point, most likely after the season concludes. And the team will have a new head coach to try to mentor Justin Fields and lead the Bears back to prominence.
Soon enough, Matt Nagy’s “fun” show will be headed out of Chicago.