(670 The Score) Bears coach Matt Nagy remains open to potentially relinquishing offensive play-calling duties for his struggling unit, but he hasn't committed to the change yet.
Nagy suggested it's something he'll consider this week after the Bears lost 24-17 to the Titans on Sunday, which was their third straight setback. The Bears' offense ranks 28th in scoring and 29th in yards through Sunday night.
"Where we're at right now as an offense, struggling the way we are, you have to be able to look at everything, including myself," Nagy said Monday morning.
Nagy also indicated the Bears wouldn't publicly reveal a change if they made one.
"With all due respect, if anything was to happen, I'm not sure that (the public) would know," Nagy said. "That's where that's at."
Nagy previously expressed an openness to giving up play-calling duties after the Bears' 24-10 loss to the Rams on Oct. 26. But he continued forward in that role since.
Nagy has been the Bears' primary play-caller since Chicago hired him in January 2018. Chicago's offense also struggled in 2019, ranking 29th in scoring and yards.
Bears offensive coordinator Bill Lazor or quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo would be options to replace Nagy as play-caller. Both assistants have experience calling plays in their past.
The Bears (5-4) host the Vikings (3-5) next Monday night.
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