Matt Nagy disliked Mitchell Trubisky’s body language during most recent loss
The Chicago Bears are still trying to figure out what they can do to get quarterback Mitchell Trubisky right, and coach Matt Nagy had one bit of feedback for Trubisky after the team’s loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Nagy admitted that he took Trubisky aside after that game and urged the quarterback to watch his own body language, which was characterized as “serious and tense.” Changing that, it seems, is a point of emphasis.
Nagy took Mitchell Trubisky aside after the Chargers loss & told him to watch the broadcast version of the game – to watch his facial expressions and how he carried himself – Trubisky said he looked serious & tense, said that's "not me." 9 more games to show this team who he is.
— Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) October 30, 2019
Trubisky has been shaky enough lately that Nagy had to assert that he is still the starter. The third-year quarterback has thrown five touchdowns and three interceptions in six games this season and has yet to come particularly close to 300 yards.