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Nagy does it his way.

Updated: Sep 25, 2018

Being a part of the Chicago Bears

Putting it all together, Fangio and Nagy

fan base, one of the biggest complaints I hear, "Same old Bears always doing the same old thing." The media was great in pointing out how archaic the old regime was. They were the first to tell you about the failure of the dinosaur. If it wasn't the coach the fans were blasting, then it was the owners who do things the same old way, "wash, rinse and repeat.

But now there is a new sheriff in town and he doing what he knows best. Maybe there are some conventional two steps that he follows, but he is trusting what he knows and it is damn refreshing to me to see a man do that. This league is changing, checkout the new helmet rule for an example of change. With changes it becomes necessary to think outside the box to deal with those changes. As teams go to the air more and the tight ends are being utilize more, you hope your general manager is making his adjustments and selecting players who best defend the new mold. If you are going to "two step", you have old Vic who can two step with the best of them but in the meanwhile, it is nice to blend the new as in coach Nagy with the old as in Vic Fangio.

'"I know this team better than anyone else does." say's a confident coach. It's nice to have a leader who knows how to push his team and when to let up on them. Everyone else seems to be operating under windows 8 while this coach seems to be coming from an updated point of view. We all languished because the last coach was stuck with an old main frame that filled a city block and chugged along with little results. Some people see the sense the coach is making. They know the coach has pushed these players hard. So it makes sense to them.

Eric Williams said, "They played 3 games already(HOF game) and had an extra week of practice. What's the purpose of tiring the starters out and risking injury for a useless game where both teams are going vanilla? If we shit the bed week 1 it won't be because they didn't get some extra vanilla reps in. None of it matters now. obviously you'd rather the team look good than bad, but it don't matter until the real games."

Cooler heads should prevail. You know when to change the oil in your car engine. You don't drive it five years without an oil change. You also know when to pull over and take a reprieve toiling under the hot sun. Coach Nagy for many reasons saw the need to let up on his players and turn to the 2nd team in order to drive them to a victory. So he sat the starters, I am sure he is doing that to bring them to another height in which they have not reached. In the meantime, his players after the game handed him, the game ball. They are going ape shit over this coach who seems to have brought all the bells and whistles of a new operating system. fan base, one of the biggest complaints I hear, "Same old Bears always doing the same old thing." The media was great in pointing out how archaic the old regime was. They were the first to tell you about the failure of the dinosaur. If it wasn't the coach the fans were blasting, then it was the owners who do things the same old way, "wash, rinse and repeat.

But now there is a new sheriff in town and he doing what he knows best. Maybe there are some conventional two steps that he follows, but he is trusting what he knows and it is damn refreshing to me to see a man do that. This league is changing, checkout the new helmet rule for an example of change. With changes it becomes necessary to think outside the box to deal with those changes. As teams go to the air more and the tight ends are being utilize more, you hope your general manager is making his adjustments and selecting players who best defend the new mold. If you are going to "two step", you have old Vic who can two step with the best of them but in the meanwhile, it is nice to blend the new as in coach Nagy with the old as in Vic Fangio.

'"I know this team better than anyone else does." say's a confident coach. It's nice to have a leader who knows how to push his team and when to let up on them. Everyone else seems to be operating under windows 8 while this coach seems to be coming from an updated point of view. We all languished because the last coach was stuck with an old main frame that filled a city block and chugged along with little results. Some people see the sense the coach is making. They know the coach has pushed these players hard. So it makes sense to them.

Eric Williams said, "They played 3 games already(HOF game) and had an extra week of practice. What's the purpose of tiring the starters out and risking injury for a useless game where both teams are going vanilla? If we shit the bed week 1 it won't be because they didn't get some extra vanilla reps in. None of it matters now. obviously you'd rather the team look good than bad, but it don't matter until the real games."

Cooler heads should prevail. You know when to change the oil in your car engine. You don't drive it five years without an oil change. You also know when to pull over and take a reprieve toiling under the hot sun. Coach Nagy for many reasons saw the need to let up on his players and turn to the 2nd team in order to drive them to a victory. So he sat the starters, I am sure he is doing that to bring them to another height in which they have not reached. In the meantime, his players after the game handed him, the game ball. They are going ape shit over this coach who seems to have brought all the bells and whistles of a new operating system.

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