How Matt Nagy rescued the Chicago Bears from years in the undertow

The Bears have reached the playoffs just once in the last 11 seasons. But their new head coach has sparked their offense to new heights

On Sunday, only minutes after Chicago Bears fans invaded Twitter after an unsavory loss to criticize first-year head coach Matt Nagy for his clock-management skills, Nagy stood at a podium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and, well, criticized himself for his clock-management skills.

The 30-27 overtime loss to the struggling New York Giants dropped the Bears’ record to 8-4 – better after 12 games than all but one of the Bears’ last seven playoff-less seasons – and the defeat stung less when Minnesota, the Bears’ closest rivals in the NFC North, fell later to Dallas.

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