Matt Nagy says he apologized to Bears for questionable playcalls
Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy had a few moments of regret after his coaching debut ended in a 24-23 loss to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
Nagy singled out moments where he called consecutive screen passes, as well as a key moment early in the fourth quarter when he called an ill-fated pass play to Dion Sims instead of running the ball on 3rd and 1 in Chicago territory up 20-10.
Matt Nagy is being critical of himself in this press conference. Said hindsight is 20/20, would've probably ran the ball instead of Sims pass on 3rd and 1. Also mentioned calling screens on back to back plays: "I didn’t like those calls. I told the guys, those were on me."
— JJ Stankevitz (@JJStankevitz) September 10, 2018
The Bears had chances to put the game away in the fourth quarter, but they only scored three points and left the door open to the amazing quick-strike Rodgers comeback that had everyone talking. Obviously Nagy thinks if he could have extended one of those fourth quarter drives even a little bit, things may have been different.