Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy are staying with the Chicago Bears. Now what? 9 questions the team must answer about its future. By Dan Wiederer and Colleen Kane - January 13th, 2021
The Chicago Bears’ season ended Sunday with a dispiriting 21-9 playoff loss to the New Orleans Saints, a defeat that came after an 8-8 regular season and sent the organization into another offseason full of big questions.
After two days of evaluations and high-level meetings at Halas Hall, the Bears decided Tuesday to retain general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy for 2021, according to multiple league sources. Defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, meanwhile, has chosen to retire.
The Bears are expected to hold a news conference over Zoom at some point this week with Pace and Nagy addressing the media with their assessment of 2020 and vision for 2021. Bears Chairman George McCaskey is also expected to field questions. Before that session takes place, here are nine key areas that need to be addressed.
Well, at least we made the Green Bay Packers happy. They must laugh their asses off up there watching that the Chicago clown show is booked for another season. Best off-Broadway show for 30+ years running.