Chicago Bears QB Nick Foles delivers subtle stab at Matt Nagy

When Chicago Bears came out on Sunday afternoon, their season is mathematically over. The knockout stage is no longer an option with a score of 4-10, so this team plays with pride.

Don’t be confused. The Bears do not play for their head coach. No matter what anyone said about Matt Nagy getting some support or not losing the dressing room, he did enough damage. These people played for pride – for themselves. Turns out, the Bears had a magical, last-minute drive in them and played this game away from the Seattle Seahawks.

Sure, Nagy could be a nice guy. He can be a lovely person outside of football. But, he’s proven he’s not the right person for the job here in Chicago. It just doesn’t work.

Funny enough, that’s the main topic of discussion, here. When Nick Foles starting in Sunday’s quarterfinals against the Seahawks, he’s made it clear that Nagy’s offense hasn’t been active all season – and he’s been asked about it publicly.

Nick Foles used an opportunity to concede Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy after the game.

With help from a reporter asking a difficult question, Foles took his opportunity to try and dodge the answer. He was asked why the Bears crime was inactive this year, to which he replied:

“That’s not my place to speak.”

The problem is like this. Foles could have chosen a different path and goes on to explain why the players may not have done enough. Even if that’s not necessarily true, he can get one for his trainer. He didn’t do that.

He chose to simply evade the question, which led anyone and everyone to believe even if he thought this offense was a total disaster. Heck, the numbers prove it. Just go check them out – and make sure you get a vomit tray while you’re at it.

Foles took a deep jab at his coach, whether it turned out that way or not.

However, we were not done there.

Foles was also asked about his being caught on camera a few weeks ago during the disastrous Cleveland Browns game saying something along the lines of, “it just didn’t work.”

The “it” there refers to Nagy’s offense, and Foles answered that question honestly.

The vibe you get from these questions and answers with Foles isn’t a warm one. Despite leading the Bears to a comeback victory on the road and in the snow, Foles is reluctant to admit anything positive about his head coach’s offense.

Even though Chicago went back and stole the game from the Seahawks, it didn’t do much for Nagy at this stage. Most reports has been out in the last few weeks showing that the Bears are ready to move on from him. It’s only a matter of time, now. Chicago Bears QB Nick Foles delivers subtle stab at Matt Nagy


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