With a losses to the Vikings in the final game of the 2021 season, Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy ended his fourth season with the team with a record of 34-31.
Nagy and Bears general manager was fired the next day.
Here’s a look back at how Nagy’s coaching record has been compared, season after season and among 15 former Bears coaches.
Nagy’s record in the playoffs
Nagy lost both games that the Bears played under his leadership in the off-season.
Cody Parkey is notorious “double doink” 43-yard field goal attempt on January 6, 2019 cemented a 16-15 loss to the sixth-seeded Philadelphia Eagles in a wild-card Ggame.
After advancing to the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, the Bears are lost to the New Orleans Saints, 21-9, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 10, 2021.
Nagy’s record compared to other Bears coaches
George Halas, founder and owner of the team, still holds the best record among the 16 Bears head coaches.
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