Matt Nagy sure looks like a dead man walking these days.
The former Coach Of The Year has lost his entire fan base in Chicago with a consistently stagnant offense to go along with a steadily declining football team since he became the coach.
And to make matters worse, Nagy has a habit of putting his foot in his mouth during press conferences – which just aggravates Chicagoans even more.
On Wednesday, he had another doozy of a quote. When asked about the team’s current four game losing streak, Matt Nagy dropped a head-scratching, “it’s no one’s fault other than everybody’s” on the local media.
Matt Nagy on their losing streak: "It's no one's fault other than everybody's."
— Patrick Finley (@patrickfinley) November 17, 2021
To make matters worse, Matt Nagy would also defend the highly-unpopular taunting crackdown during the same press conference.
Matt Nagy on taunting: There's young kids watching games, I'm a firm believer in respect. https://t.co/ZxzKSYixKt
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 18, 2021
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It’s safe to say Bears fans are sick and tired of listening to Matt Nagy talk.
I think it's more harmful for children to watch Matt Nagy's offense. https://t.co/NZ0znz68f6
— JJ Zachariason (@LateRoundQB) November 18, 2021
— Bears Nation (@BearsNationCHI) November 17, 2021
— Patrick Sheldon (@P_Shels) November 15, 2021
Me, hearing Matt Nagy talk about “taunting” and doing it “the right way” pic.twitter.com/ZX8K0QUr27
— Bleacher Nation Bears (@BN_Bears) November 17, 2021
No fanbase has been more right about a head coach than Bears fans with Matt Nagy. Y'all almost underexaggerate.
— Jeff Duke Lowe of House Atreides (@JeffDLowe) November 9, 2021
Matt Nagy just might have what it takes to be a high school football coach.
— Ex-Cub Factor (@excubfactor) November 18, 2021
Matt Nagy’s Chicago Bears are currently stuck at 3-6, with little to no hope of making a run in the postseason this year.
And while Justin Fields appears to be getting better on a weekly basis, it’s hard to attribute his success to Nagy’s offense considering the head coach doesn’t even call plays anymore and most of Fields’ “wow” moments come off script anyways.
At the end of the day, Matt Nagy just isn’t getting the job done in Chicago. And after one or two more embarrassing losses, it might finally be time for the guy to pack his bags.