Adam Hoge makes some excellent points here. Follow the link to read his article... it's worth reading in its entirety.
LINK Matt Nagy is settling into his new role as head coach.
Yeah, that’s a weird thing to write when Nagy is in his fourth season as head coach, but Sunday’s game was only his 10th in which he wasn’t also calling offensive plays. Giving up play calling duties again was not easy for him, but it was the best move for the team.
In a way, that move upgraded two coaching staff positions because it made both the offensive coordinator and head coach better. Bill Lazor has done a nice job calling plays in the last two games and Nagy has been a better in-game head coach the last two weeks.
“I just think when you go through everything that we’re going through, when you’re able to step back and figure out, OK, what’s best for this team, last week was my first time going through it and I told you how good that felt after the game,” Nagy said.
The interesting dynamic with Nagy over the last few seasons is that while his offense sputtered, he never lost the locker room. He has always shown the ability to be a good NFL head coach, but in order to maximize that potential, it was becoming obvious that he had to stop being the offensive coordinator at the same time. The results the last two weeks have been promising.