It is perhaps a unique story if Matt Nagy and the Chicago Bears lose to the lowly Detroit Lions, however for now, he mentioned he hasn’t been told he’s getting fired.
Nagy was responding to a report from former Chicago Sun-Times reporter Mark Konkol, now of Patch.com, who wrote that Nagy was told he was getting canned Friday. The Bears play the Lions on Thanksgiving Day.
“This is not accurate,” Nagy mentioned of the report.
Now, remember the fact that Konkol as soon as gained the Pulitzer Prize for his work at Sun-Times. And Nagy didn’t say the report was unsuitable. He solely mentioned it wasn’t correct.
So possibly a extra correct model would go one thing like this: “Matt Nagy will be fired as coach of the Bears if they lose to the 0-9-1 Lions on the same day that Bears fans are trying to digest some turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie.”
After leaping out to a 3-2 begin, the Bears have misplaced 5 straight. On the intense aspect, they’ve misplaced the earlier two — to Pittsburgh and Baltimore — by solely two and three factors, respectively.
And Nagy is popping again to Andy Dalton because the beginning quarterback for the injured Justin Fields, as relayed by OutKick’s Megan Turner.
Nagy averted instantly answering questions on whether or not he has obtained assurances from the entrance workplace past this season.
“My focus right now is on these players and on Detroit,” he mentioned.
Right now, Nagy remains to be the coach of the Bears. He nonetheless could also be on Friday too. Maybe he actually hasn’t been told he’s a goner. But that would change, and all it’d take is shedding to the laughable Lions.
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