With the pieces now in place, the Chicago Bears’ head coach appears to be all out of excuses.
Let me be clear — Chicago Bears’ head coach Matt Nagy has never made any excuses for the team’s lackluster performance in 2019. Not one. He handled the criticism like the stand-up guy that he is. Despite having a number of easy targets, (poor quarterback play, poor offensive line play, injuries, and even his own performance) he never pointed the finger.
After a busy offseason of moves, if those problems still persist, they won’t be labeled excuses, but rather reasons the Bears should be looking for a new head coach. While that might seem harsh, everything is in place for him to succeed. If he doesn’t, he will have no one to blame but himself.