Matt Nagy

Chicago Sun-Times - - SPORTS -

Op­ti­mist: With a qual­ity quar­ter­back, run­ning game and tight end in place, Nagy fi­nally finds his Andy Reid groove, in­ven­tively us­ing Tarik Co­hen, Cor­dar­relle Pat­ter­son and Ed­die Jack­son to be­fud­dle op­pos­ing de­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tors and take the Bears’ of­fense to a new level — top five in the NFL in points and yards.

Pes­simist: With­out a qual­ity quar­ter­back, run­ning game and tight end in place, Nagy’s in­abil­ity to build his own of­fense con­tin­ues to be ex­posed, his play­call­ing be­comes even more con­fused and even his best suit — cul­ture-build­ing — comes into ques­tion as player im­pa­tience be­comes more overt. Year 3 de­fines him as the prob­lem and not the so­lu­tion.

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