The Chicago Bears finally got back on the winning side of things as they took down the Houston Texans by a score of 36-7.
There was plenty of hype before the game with Deshaun Watson coming to town and everybody revisiting the Bears decision to draft Mitch Trubisky instead of Watson.
However the Bears defense dominated Watson and Trubisky was able to put the ball where it needed to be.
Does the win now mean that head coach Matt Nagy is no longer on the hot seat?
Probably not, but one never knows with the Bears.
If Nagy is fired, who could be the perfect fit?
Former Bears' defensive end Alex Brown believes the answer is simple.
Brown made it clear on NBC Sports Chicago that the first call made after firing Nagy, should be to Smith.
Smith was the most successful Bears' head coach over the last 20-30 years and finished his tenure in Chicago with a record of 81-63.
Would you like to see Smith back in Chicago?
Former Chicago Bear Alex Brown said on NBC Sports Football Aftershow that the first call the Bears should make is to Lovie Smith if they fire Matt Nagy.
— Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) December 14, 2020