LINK I had one question for Nagy after Sunday’s game: After losing eight of the last 11 games, how do the Bears feel like the program is moving in a positive direction?
I’d like to hear from McCaskey why he believes the Bears are headed in the right direction because being stuck in the middle of the pack in the NFL can be difficult. It’s really hard to pull out of that 8-8 range, and it’s next to impossible if you don’t have a solution at quarterback. Who is going to guide the team in its effort to solve that riddle?
This is a bit cruel, but gotta admit I laughed. Shame on me :-)
Trubisky was like 10 of 21 for 107 yards, 0 TDs, and ZERO 3rd down conversions before the garbage final possession of the game. It's true Wims cost him 40 yards and a TD but those aren't the stats of a winning QB unless you got a RB tearing it up for 223 yards and 3 TDs.
There's absolutely NO WAY the Nagy-Trubisky pairing can remain. One or both need to find new homes. It's so obvious that the relationship is fractured and dysfunctional. Nagy trusts Trubisky sooooo little that in 2 consecutive critical weeks, he let Mitch throw to the End Zone only 2 times combined. 90% of his 3rd & long passes were short dump-offs to Kmet, Mooney, or Montgomery that had no chance to convert unless the receiver made 3 guys miss somehow. At the end of the 1st half, Bears were down only 7-3 and had the ball with 1:40 on the clock and 3 TOs....and Nagy ran 3 times to drain NO of timeouts, ran out the clock, and punted. IN A PLAYOFF GAME NO LESS!!!
That ^^^ is how little the HC believes in his own QB. That's like not letting your wife go grocery shopping because you don't trust she won't have sex with the guy behind the deli counter. It's completely dysfunctional.