Like it matters if they fire him on Friday or after the season, all hope is lost anyways.
If this is true watch for the players to stick the final fork into him on thursday just to finish him off.and the beat goes on :
The embattled coach said a Patch.com report that the Bears have told him he will be fired after Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions “is not accurate,” but according to multiple sources, he offered little to make players believe he will be around much longer, leaving at least some players dismayed at the organization’s lack of direction.
That was before Nagy canceled all meetings scheduled for the rest of Tuesday afternoon and evening, the sources said, a highly unusual move that prompted one source to wonder if Nagy is resigned to his fate.
For Nagy’s future — and the team’s handling of it — to become a full-blown distraction is a troubling development made worse in a short week of preparation.
While Nagy told media during his midday news conference he was not scheduled to meet with his bosses this week — not surprising considering the quick turnaround for the Thanksgiving Day game — he told players after the walk-through that he did have a “productive” meeting with ownership, sources said.
“We have not talked this week, and that was scheduled,” Nagy told media while declining to say when he last met with ownership. “We have a good schedule over the years where we have discussions, like you guys always hear us talk about. We have constant communication. I always think it’s good and healthy, and so we stayed on course. With the bye week and then with the short turnaround and with game prep, we have not.”
Sometime between saying that and heading to the Walter Payton Center for the second walk-through, Nagy did meet with ownership, according to sources. Those sources said Nagy told players that it was about them moving forward and that no one knows what tomorrow will bring, and they said he broke down the team on “family.”
He did not shed any light on his status, the sources said, which left some players angry that he didn’t address the report head on, less than 48 hours before the team will try to end a five-game losing streak against the winless Lions (0-9-1) in a nationally televised game. It sets up to be a potential debacle for a franchise that has suffered through more than its share of embarrassments in the last decade.
I read a good one on this today. Bears really need to tank because they need draft help at a lot of positions, and are at a critical point in the schedule where they should start losing most games. Firing the coach that has lost the room probably hurts any tanking efforts. Meanwhile the Lions have plenty of leeway to win a game, maybe even two so they won't need to hold back here.
I did not have a bet on the game so I tuned out when the score was 20-10 in favor of the Cowboys late in the fourth quarter.
I think his passing was the same before and after, his picks were more of desperation/forcing the ball since they were behind.I know New Orleans QB Taysom Hill is limited, but how much of his passing ability (or lack thereof) last night was a product of his finger injury?
I think his passing was the same before and after, his picks were more of desperation/forcing the ball since they were behind.
Lookahead spot though, next week's game if the Cards win almost locks up the division for them but a loss makes it a battle to the end. Plus the Murray we see today is probably nothing like the one we see in the playoffs. Still its the NFL, no one is that far ahead of the others.I really am not sold on Arizona. Yes, Murray's first game back and conditions weren't great. But FOUR Bear INTs set them up inside the Bears' 30 yard line. You couldn't gift wrap a game easier. The Cardinals only had one decent drive all game. The 33 points is very phony.
Lookahead spot though, next week's game if the Cards win almost locks up the division for them but a loss makes it a battle to the end. Plus the Murray we see today is probably nothing like the one we see in the playoffs. Still its the NFL, no one is that far ahead of the others.
Those are valid points. I did have Murray under 251 1/2 passing yards, due to the conditions and possible rust, but based on the way the game unfolded, there was no need for Arizona to do much throwing. Reminded me a lot of Tua's debut last year. I remember a lot of people criticizing Tua in his debut, but their D forced a number of turnovers and they had a 20 point lead before halftime and absolutely no need for Tua to pile up attempts and yardage. The Arizona D set up the offense FOUR times inside the Chicago 30 due to turnovers. They obviously cannot count on those kind of breaks. But I do have to give some credit for a Phoenix based team, used to playing many games inside or in pristine conditions, to go into 35 degree cold, rain, and wind and get an easy win.