CHICAGO (670 The Score) -- In the final minute of the Bears' crushing 16-13 loss to the Ravens on Sunday, their fans voiced their frustration.
Soldier Field was filled with boos and loud, clear chants regarding the future of coach Matt Nagy: “Fire Nagy.” Nagy acknowledged that he heard the chants.
“We all care a lot,” Nagy said after the game. “We’re all in this thing.
“Everyone is competitive and wants to see the Bears win. That’s what we all want.”
The Bears (3-7) have lost five straight games for the second straight season. Nagy is 31-29 in his four seasons in Chicago, with that record including a pair of playoff losses.
The Bears took a 13-9 lead with 1:41 remaining when backup quarterback Andy Dalton – who took over after rookie starter Justin Fields suffered a ribs injury – threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to receiver Marquise Goodwin on fourth-and-11. But the Bears’ lead was short-lived as the Ravens responded with a five-play, 72-yard touchdown drive to take the lead with 22 seconds remaining.
Chicago plays at Detroit (0-9-1) on Thursday.
Chris Emma covers the Bears, Chicago’s sports scene and more for 670TheScore.com. Follow him on Twitter @CEmma670.