NEWS     POLLS     CHICAGO BEARS

TRENDING NOW


LETSBEARDOWN  |  NFL  |  NEWS

This internet Bears forum page is showing just how much it can all change in 3 years...


PUBLICATION
Vince Carbonneau
June 20, 2022  (5:46)
SHARE THIS STORY
FOLLOW US



On January 8, 2018, Nagy was hired by the Chicago Bears to become the 16th head coach in team history.

After a while, it seemed like a match made in heaven. In Nagy's first season as head coach, the Bears won the NFC North for the first time since 2010. After defeating the Green Bay Packers on December 16 to improve to 10–4, he became the second Bears rookie head coach in team history to win ten games, joining George Halas in 1920. He ended the regular season with two more wins, finishing his first year as a head coach with a 12–4 record; he and Paddy Driscoll (1956) are the only coaches in Bears history to have a winning record and qualify for the playoffs in their debut seasons. Nagy received Coach of the Year honors. He was the first Bears coach to be given the AP award since Lovie Smith in 2005 and the fifth in team history. He is also the fifth coach in team history to record at least 12 wins in a season, joining George Halas, Mike Ditka, Dick Jauron, and Lovie Smith.
However, it all went south from there. The Bears struggled a lot the following seasons and Nagy was actually one of the worst coaches in the NFL. He showed little to no interest in being a creative play-caller and he was unable to put his quarterbacks in good situations.
Here is an amazing, yet sad Tweet that shows how quickly things and expectations can change. This is not a great look for Bears fans.
Latest 10 stories

LETSBEARDOWN.COM
COPYRIGHT @2024 - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
TERMS  -  POLICIES  -  CONSENT