(670 The Score) It should be said, first and foremost, that Bears coach Matt Nagy knows more about his football team than I do. For instance, when he said that he doesn’t regret going 0-for-4 on fourth-down conversions in a 34-14 loss to the Rams on Sunday night, I tend to not only believe him but agree.
Could he be 10% more forthcoming with inconsequential team information? He could. Could he work on a stubborn streak that’s come to define his time in Chicago? You bet. There are plenty of concerns about Nagy’s ability as a head coach, and most of them hold weight, but I’m not sure anyone can sit in the Halas Hall media room or on their couch or in an Arlington Heights bar and say that they know the Bears better than their head coach does. And that’s exactly the problem.