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Thanksgiving GDT - Curtains for Nagy?


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I guess we certainly have enough to talk about with this upcoming game.

- Fields officially out, Dalton to start.  
- Rumor swirling that Nagy will be let go after this game.

 

Will the Bears be distracted by the Nagy talk, or will they rally around the rumor figuring greener pastures are ahead?  Will the Bears extend their losing streak to 6 games for the second year in a row, or is a game against Detroit just what the doctor ordered?

 

Honestly, i can easily see the Bears losing this one. If that rumor isn’t true, losing to Detroit should certainly cement his fate.

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I feel like it is going to be rinse and repeat to the end of the season as to what we want out these games...

Continue (or as the case ma be start) the development of some of the younger guys like Herbert, Kmet, Borom Jenkins (When ready) Tonga, Gipson...

Then lose the game and sack Nagy and co as quickly as possible.

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If Nagy isn't let go after Thursday then Ryan Pace needs to come out of hiding to explain why he's postponing the inevitable.

There's nothing left in Nagy's resume as Bears HC that can justify keeping him around even one game longer.  He failed......badly.

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4 minutes ago, JAF-N72EX said:

One thing Nagy was right about was that we started Fields way too early this year. Dalton going down with an injury only hurt Fields development.

I would disagree with that...we have seen progression from Fields as a starter...what has hurt his development is a coaching staff with no idea how to implement a scheme to help him or guys like Kmet or even to an extent Mooney take the next step in their development...

Thankfully Nagy's time is coming to a close and we will have plenty of time to figure out who helps Fields and the rest of this roster develop...I believe we have more talented players on this team than many others in the NFL...just need someone who can put a scheme around it all.

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2 minutes ago, Madmike90 said:

I would disagree with that...we have seen progression from Fields as a starter...

We have? Because I'm seeing the same mistakes being made in week 2? Save for the two plays in games of not recognizing the play clock.

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16 minutes ago, JAF-N72EX said:

We have? Because I'm seeing the same mistakes being made in week 2? Save for the two plays in games of not recognizing the play clock.

Every rookie makes that kind of mistake throughout the season...I have went back and watched six of the Pats games this year and Mac Jones who has been playing great has the same issues but is saved by the Pats coaching staff more often than not...what we have seen is Fields becoming more comfortable in all aspects of being a QB in the NFL...he is calmer...the game is slowing down...he makes more excellent throws than stupid ones...these starting snaps are helping him even in a poor offence.

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18 minutes ago, JAF-N72EX said:

Fields still can't recognize a blitz to save his life and still can't tell when to pass it off or keep it on RPOs.

Your expectations are way too high...watch Wilson or Lawrence and you will see Fields is way ahead of the curve compared to both...Jones has the lucky of playing for excellent coaches in an excellent scheme.

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1 hour ago, Madmike90 said:

Your expectations are way too high...watch Wilson or Lawrence and you will see Fields is way ahead of the curve compared to both...Jones has the lucky of playing for excellent coaches in an excellent scheme.

Plus he's recognizing the blitzing fine. Sacks happen but this isn't a Buffalo Preseason scenario. He did very well against the Steelers with the multiple looks they were giving him. 

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2 hours ago, JAF-N72EX said:

One thing Nagy was right about was that we started Fields way too early this year. Dalton going down with an injury only hurt Fields development.

One thing I’ll never understand - if sitting  Fields was the plan, why wasn’t Foles prepped as QB2?

Either Fields was ready to play or not. Dalton’s injury didn’t change that.

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