The Bears lost their fifth straight game and dropped below .500 with a 41-25 setback to the Packers on Sunday night at Lambeau Field. While coach Matt Nagy doesn't have any solutions for his team to stop its skid, he maintained he's unconcerned about his job security.
"No, I'm not," Nagy said. "I just think that right now with our team, this is the stuff with the season that you go through. It's about fighting adversity. It's about building a culture, staying together. That's where we're at.
"We stick together. We understand where we're at. When you have games like this, you got to soul search and you got to be able to stop the bleeding. There's a couple directions you can go."
Nagy is 25-18 in the regular season over three seasons in Chicago. He led the Bears to an NFC North title in 2018, but they've dropped from 12-4 that season to 8-8 a year later and now to 5-6. Nagy has two years remaining on a five-year contract that he signed with the Bears in January 2018.
Nagy was touted as an innovative offensive coach when coming to Chicago, but the Bears ranked 31st in the NFL in points and yardage entering play Sunday night.
During the Bears' loss to the Packers, their defense let them down and the team's overall effort was called into question on the national broadcast. The Bears have five more games remaining in the regular season and will host the Lions (4-7) next Sunday at Soldier Field.
"We're frustrated," Nagy said. "We're pissed off. We're angry. Every feeling that (fans) have, we have. But we got to fix it. And we got to do it on the football field."
Chris Emma covers the Bears, Chicago’s sports scene and more for 670TheScore.com. Follow him on Twitter @CEmma670.