The Chicago Bears began the 2020 season off scorching, rolling to a 5-1 file and searching like a Tremendous Bowl LV contender. With the group now heading into Week 14 with a 5-7 file, change is coming to Chicago.
In the course of the group’s six-game shedding streak, adjustments at quarterback and to the offensive play-calling haven’t slowed down the skid. For head coach Matt Nagy and basic supervisor Ryan Tempo, who got here into 2020 on the new seat, the clock is perhaps operating out.
Based on Professional Soccer Community’s Tony Pauline, indications are the Chicago Bears will clear home when the NFL’s common season concludes.
Sitting at 5-7, it’s unlikely Chicago can flip issues round in time to compete for the NFL playoffs. Consequently, if the Bears permit Nagy and Tempo to stay employed for the rest of the season, each the pinnacle coach and basic supervisor may very well be axed on the NFL’s Black Monday.
After all, there’s no assure both man makes it to the top of the common season. The Houston Texans kicked off this season’s firing cycle by terminating head coach/basic supervisor Invoice O’Brien.
The Texans aren’t the one group to scrub home throughout the season. In October, the Atlanta Falcons fired head coach Dan Quinn and basic supervisor Thomas Dimitroff. After Thanksgiving Day, the Detroit Lions axed head coach Matt Patricia and basic supervisor Bob Quinn.
Chicago might take the identical method, firing each of its prime soccer minds earlier than the season ends. Another choice can be to comply with the Jacksonville Jaguars path, firing the final supervisor and preserving the pinnacle coach till the common season concludes.
The Bears employed Nagy, who served because the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs offensive coordinator (2016-17), in 2018 with the hope he would flip this membership right into a perennial contender.
After posting a 12-4 file in his first season, successful Coach of the 12 months honors, Nagy’s squad has gone 13-15 since.
After all, one choice will outline each Nagy and Tempo’s tenure in Chicago.