It’s been quite the week, hasn’t it? Ever since the news broke that the Chicago Bears hired Matt Nagy to be their new head coach, there’s been a whirlwind of coverage.
That’s been especially true for us at Da Bears Brothers. This week, we hosted three podcasts in which we reacted to (and analyzed) the Nagy hire. We also sat down with a super informative guest who explained what kind of coach Nagy was in Kansas City.
On the blog, our new team of writers (who I’m dubbing as “Da Magnificent Seven”) came together to provide a complete coverage of Nagy. They cover everything from who he is as a person, what he means to the franchise, and how he will impact some of the Bears’ most vital players.
It’s been an important week for the Chicago Bears. One that I’m sure you are fired up about. If you missed any of our content, you can use this guide as a quick way to navigate to what you find most interesting.
Catch up on this week’s content
In this episode, Da Bears Brothers react to (and analyze) the news of Matt Nagy becoming the 16th coach in Chicago Bears history. by Will DeWitt
Within a day of his interview, former Chiefs offensive coordinator was hired as the 16th head coach in Bears history. Nagy should make an immediate impact. by DeVante Tidwell
Mitch Trubisky is a perfect “fit” for Matt Nagy’s system. Here is how you should expect Trubisky to benefit from his new head coach. by Chris Bocker
Take a listen as Da Bears Brothers discuss Matt Nagy’s first press conference as the head coach of the Chicago Bears, and explain why he aced it. by Will DeWitt
Tarik Cohen is bursting with potential. Matt Nagy is the right guy to unleash it and make Cohen the playmaker we believe he can become. by Mark Talarico
In his debut article, Will Ingalls projects what Matt Nagy’s offensive staff may end up looking like when it’s all said and done. by William Ingalls
Will Ingalls discusses two possible scenarios and projects what Matt Nagy’s defensive staff may end up looking like when it’s all said and done. by William Ingalls
In this episode, Da Bears Brothers are joined by Seth Keysor from “The Chief in the North Podcast” and discuss Nagy’s tenure in Kansas City. by Will DeWitt
Ryan Pace is setting up the Chicago Bears for long-term success with his “low and slow” method of building a roster.
by DeVante Tidwell
Steve Letizia makes the case for the Bears to target Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson. by Steve Letizia
Hall of Fame classes rarely include two players, but this year should be an exception to the rule as Brian Urlacher is an obvious choice for voters. by Andrew Ortman