Since Ryan Pace hired Matt Nagy three off-seasons ago, the Chicago Bears organization has been committed to doing whatever it takes to make the former Andy Reid assistant’s offensive philosophy work to perfection. The problem is that o matter who is taking snaps for the Bears, the end result has always been the same: another dud-like performance.
The Chicago Bears have had a bad quarterback play for a very long time.
The Bears are the only team in NFL history to never have a 4,000-yard passer in a single-season. They have been in quarterback-purgatory for the longest time. Maybe it has less to do with who the actual quarterback is and more to do with who is calling and designing all the plays.