Chicago Bears fire coach Matt Nagy, GM Ryan Pace following 6-11 season

The Chicago Bears have fired head coach Matt Nagy and GM Ryan Pace after the team posted a 6-11 record this season.

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blipsman
blipsman
145 · 8 days ago · Reddit

Glad the rumors Pace was staying were false... need a clean slate. No point hiring a new coach, firing Pace a year from now and then risk a weird GM/​coach relationship.

TRexLuthor
TRexLuthor
133 · 8 days ago · Reddit

Nagy was named NFL Coach of the Year after his first season in 2018, when he led the Bears to a 12-4 record and reached the playoffs for the first time in eight years.

It is crazy to think three years later he is fired. I wonder what changed?

FreshlyWritten69
FreshlyWritten69
107 · 8 days ago · Reddit

Nagy is a nice man by all accounts but he wasn’t good at his job

eamus_catuli
eamus_catuli
95 · 8 days ago · Reddit

Ted Phillips quietly sneaking out to the bathroom, hoping nobody notices him.

cowardunblockme
cowardunblockme
19 · 7 days ago · Reddit

Ryan Pace record 48-65. Picked mitch trubisky over Patrick mahomes and Deshaun Watson. Couldn't pick coaches any better.

JosephFinn
JosephFinn
9 · 8 days ago · Reddit

Good. Now go after Flores, since the Dolphins made a stupid movie and fired him.

ApolloXLII
ApolloXLII
7 · 7 days ago · Reddit

May be unpopular opinion, but I'm much happier to see Pace go than Nagy. Sure, Nagy wasn't very good, but I wouldn't have expected any HC to do diddly squat with the team Pace has been putting together year in and year out.

UnFleyeGuy
UnFleyeGuy
5 · 7 days ago · Reddit

Take it from someone who bleeds green and gold while living amongst you all: the winningest coach in Bears history is STILL George Halas. That DNA didn't make the trip. Cut off the bloodline and start anew.