Matt Nagy’s touching message about Chicago after Thanksgiving win

Matt Nagy and Chicago Bears There’s been little to celebrate this season. Enter their Thanksgiving Day contest with Detroit Lion, had rumor that the match would be Nagy’s last as head coach of the Bears.

That report It’s untrue in the end but it still shows how Nagy is about to lose her job. The Bears have been in decline this year and it wouldn’t be surprising if Nagy was fired soon. The fan base has call it.

Despite the negatives, the Bears won 16-14 against the Lions thanks to a winning goal from Cairo Santos. Beating the NFL’s only championship team doesn’t guarantee celebration but Nagy and the Bears are nonetheless happy to have won Turkey Day.

Based on NBC Sports Chicago’s Alex ShapiroNagy felt very loved and supported after the close victory.

“The only thing I can do is give my appreciation and thanks to the players and the coach. I couldn’t ask for anything more. This is a special group around the world and you know, it’s obvious to say the obvious, we’ve been going through some, some annoying things over the last few days. But it just proves who they are.”

“The group of people in that dressing room right now, the players and the coach, I’ll fight anyone,” Nagy said. “I love them to death and they are fearsome warriors, man. They know how to win. They are not losers. They know how to win and I appreciate that about them.”

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Nagy probably won’t get a chance to face other teams for long – Chicago is still 3rd in the NFC North and Nagy could still be very reasonably sacked – but he’ll enjoy the rest of his career. vacation after a hard time – sure win. Matt Nagy’s touching message about Chicago after Thanksgiving win

James Brien

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