Matt Nagy continues with loser mentality

No surprise when Chicago Bears received the position of Cardinal of Arizona yesterday. The Bears finished with a 33-22 defeat, but the scoreline is no indication of how poorly this team has performed.

Unless their name is Roquan Smith, Robert Quinn or David Montgomery, they most likely had a mediocre performance at best.

Andy Dalton stepped in for an injured Justin Fields and threw four interceptions in the loss. The ball sometimes moves well, but that’s mostly down to Montgomery, who finished 141 yards from tackles.

After the game, head coach Matt Nagy stood his ground and, once again, filled a solid 10 minutes with the same trash we keep hearing from this guy.

Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy has a losing mentality, and his post-match press conference proves it once again.

To start, Nagy used the infamous phrase, “look at why,” which he used every week after losing. It’s always been about the “why” with this guy. The problem is, Nagy’s team seems to lack understanding of the “why.”

Nagy is simply continuing the path he walks every week – nothing more than generic, semi-motivational quotes.

“In times like these, it’s our duty to make sure that we give it all we have… just keep fighting, stick together. I know it can sound old, I know it can sound monotonous… we will always give it our all. ”

Nagy was also asked how Dalton threw those four choices. First, Nagy says they have to see how the picks play out. Then he tried and failed to answer the question correctly.

“In games like this with elements, you can see that. I think Kyler missed – the ball also fumbled early in the game. I think the weather was more in the first half than in the second, it was raining… Um, and then, you know, you got some action, the ball tipped on the third pick. And then the fourth p-, err, and then you have the screen…”

It’s hard to try to explain what all those words are, or what they mean. But, they are all correct words.

Throughout Nagy’s entire post-match press conference, he kept repeating one particular phrase: “our boys know it, they get it.”

Do they know exactly? What do they understand?

If this group understands and understands the things that continue to stand in their way, they will think that at least a few areas will be fixed and improved. However, that is not the case. This group continues to do the exact same things every week and every week. The same mistakes, misses, poor attacking play and skips – it all keeps happening.

The fans, the players and the entire city of Chicago were had it with this guy. He’s a loser, period. He has the mentality of a loser and nothing has changed in the past four years. Matt Nagy continues with loser mentality


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