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Alright Rexy, which one of us is going to see our team screw up and accidently win this thing? Sad that is how it feels. Yet somehow the two most often turn out some good games to watch. This weekend should be the same.

Lions are praying that Nagy is the one calling the plays. Do they even bother game planning for him? I suspect that they are assuming Lazor is the guy with the clipboard, not as if it will be hard to adjust their defense if it turns out Nagy stays the guy.

But, enough of that, onto the cheerleading and koolaide, Bears are going to kick you furry little asses! Lions will not be able to stop Montgomery from having a career day and Goff is going to fake an injury to get away from Hicks and Mack. The blowout will be huge. Tomorrow afternoon Bears fans will be screaming SB bound, forgetting they just got their asses handed to them by the Browns. Will be a thing of glory.

Or Nagy will be calling the plays and I will have to avoid social media for the week. No inbetween. This game is going to be ugly for one of the teams. 

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Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack will play against the Lions on Sunday despite practicing only once this week. Mack hurt his foot in the first quarter last week but returned to play in the second half. He was limited Friday in his only practice work.

The Bears will go with third-string quarterback Nick Foles as Justin Fields’ backup against the Lions on Sunday after making Andy Dalton inactive. Dalton has been hampered by a bone bruise in his left knee since Week 2 against the Bengals and was limited in practice all week. The Bears downgraded Dalton to doubtful and announced Fields as their starter Saturday night. It will be his second career start.

On the positive side of the Bears’ injury situation, defensive tackle Eddie Goldman is expected to make his season debut after missing the first three games with a knee injury. He opted out of last season because of coronavirus-related concerns and has not played since 2019.

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https://chicago.suntimes.com/bears/2021/10/3/22707155/bears-inactive-lions-khalil-mack-andy-dalton-nick-foles-justin-fields-matt-nagy-hurt-tashaun-gipson

Little bit of good news. Will be interesting to see if Goldman will make the whole game or not.

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Matt Nagy: "I know we need to run the ball more. I'm not an idiot."

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Corn Cob wrote:

 

“Bill did a great job” Matt Nagy says in regard to OC Bill Lazor calling plays for the #Bears today. Nagy stresses it is a group effort in building game plans and strategy going into every game.

— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) October 3, 2021

Bill did great, and next week I will show him all the ways I would have done it even better.

Train like you are 2nd, but play like you are 1st.

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Matt Nagy gave up play calling again, Bill Lazor took over again

It’s like déjà vu all over again!

In a move that should surprise no one after that dreadful game plan for week 3, and that horrendous day from the Chicago Bears offense against the Browns, head coach Matt Nagy has once again decided to relinquish play calling responsibilities to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.

Nagy was evasive when the question first came up in the presser, saying they come up with the game plan as an offensive coaching staff, they collaborate on the calls, and that ultimately the calls all come through him, but he eventually came around to say that Lazor was the primary play caller.

Anyone watching the game saw Nagy not as intently focused on his play sheet, so this was seemingly obvious, but it’s still good to see Lazor get the official shine for the big win.

The Bears scored a season high 24 points and had a season high 373 yards in total offense against the Lions, and while they didn’t have an immaculate game offensively, there was a different flow to the game.

He also told the media that he would not answer another question this season in regards to who is calling their offensive plays.

https://www.windycitygridiron.com/2021/10/3/22700160/chicago-bears-matt-nagy-gives-up-play-calling-bill-lazor-over-offensive-coordinator-detroit-lions

 

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Injuries loom after Chicago Bears win

First Akiem Hicks left early in the game with a groin injury. It was hard to tell the exact play in which Hicks tweaked himself, but he was questionable to return early before being deemed out before the second half.

Beyond Hicks was an injury to David Montgomery.........Ian Rapoport seems to have sources telling him that it may not be that bad.That does not mean that Montgomery is in the clear for next weekend. It is rather expected that he misses at least one game, and that would still be on the optimistic side. Still, 2-4 weeks is much better than a season-ender, and that may be the realistic expectation as Chicago Bears wait to hear more.

 

https://beargoggleson.com/2021/10/04/injuries-loom-chicago-bears/

 

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Bears upper management should just inform Nagy, that if he insist on calling plays solely by himself every again, he will be fired on the spot!

The guy had to be prodded and pried upon to even give Lazor any kind of credit regarding the offensive stats from the game on Sunday.

Nagy just continues to show himself to be nothing more than stubborn and thinks he's still the smartest guy in the room.  Of coarse Nagy is becoming fearful of losing his head coaching job, because his " offensive guru" reputation has been completely blown out of the water.  So if Nagy just has to fill the head coach role, how many responsibilities does he actually have to perform, and is he good at all of them?  Time management comes to mind as a negative, just off the top of my head!

Matt Nagy: "I know we need to run the ball more. I'm not an idiot."

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Corn Cob wrote:

Bears upper management should just inform Nagy, that if he insist on calling plays solely by himself every again, he will be fired on the spot!

The guy had to be prodded and pried upon to even give Lazor any kind of credit regarding the offensive stats from the game on Sunday.

Nagy just continues to show himself to be nothing more than stubborn and thinks he's still the smartest guy in the room.  Of coarse Nagy is becoming fearful of losing his head coaching job, because his " offensive guru" reputation has been completely blown out of the water.  So if Nagy just has to fill the head coach role, how many responsibilities does he actually have to perform, and is he good at all of them?  Time management comes to mind as a negative, just off the top of my head!

Also, his playlist for club dub is getting stale too. I mean, Grand Master Flash and the Furious 5?? Really dude?

2021  At least I am not a Lions Fan!

Fire Nagy now!

 

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