It's clear that he tells his player to "(...) the f--k up, right now!" But the first word of his phrase of choice is obscured from us, the lip-reading public. As if this is some version of the first bonus round of Match Game, we can pare down the possibilities to a group that most weighing in on Twitter agreed to be "Man," "Step," "Shut" or possibly "Grow." Regardless, it's not only fun to see how professional coaches can talk to players in the heat of a game but also how both Nagy and Trubisky have taken ownership of it when asked Wednesday.
So let's encourage Nagy to feel free to have at it with other variations in his conversations with Trubisky. Such as:
"Get out of the huddle early enough for me to look over the defense and tell you what the f--k to do so I can keep you from f---ing everything up."
"You know there are other receivers out there besides Allen f---ing Robinson, right?"
"It's not going to kill you to say something to reporters beyond a string of useless b------t football cliches."
"If you score more f---ing touchdowns, nobody has to worry that our kicker is already injured."
"Slide the f--k down after you scramble, so you don't get hurt again. You think anybody wants to see f---ing Chase Daniel out there?""
"If your accuracy and field awareness don't improve significantly to be consistently better, good f---ing luck getting that big contract."
"This defense is good enough to win the f---ing Super Bowl and at the very least you have to keep from being a reason we don't."
"Man, Patrick Mahomes is really f---ing good. Have you seen that guy?"