Nagy talks about how Bears view Trubisky’s effectiveness vs. Lions originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
In the moments after the Bears’ wild 27-23 win over Detroit on Sunday, head coach Matt Nagy made it clear that he and his staff were ‘not going to let this win ventilate any of the things on offense, defense or unique teams that wasn’t excellent.” That’s for good factor, too: had the Bears not managed that unlikely resurgence in the 4th quarter, the discussion about Week 1 would have focused on how inadequately they played– both on offense anddefense– for the very first 3. A win’s a win, however it ‘d be foolish to keep expecting the quantity of breaks that Detroit appeared determined on offering.
“You require to be genuine particular that when you discuss a video game and the method the computer game was going those first 3 quarters, offensively and defensively, to get that win, we feel really excellent about,” Nagy said on Monday. “Our men stuck and turned it up when we had to. The issue is we can’t get in that circumstance early on. You can’t dig that hole. All of us collectively begin looking at the tape and you state, ‘OK, where are we at? What are the concerns?’
There will be plenty to talk about when the group returns together on Tuesday for their weekly ‘Exceptional, Bad, and Ugly’ movie session. Red zone effectiveness and another slow start left a bad taste in his mouth, however the offense’s futility on 3rd down was Nagy’s most substantial sticking point on Monday. The Bears began the computer game 0-7 on third down opportunities and finished 2-11, which Nagy merely called “inappropriate.”
“You merely can’t have that,” he added. “You’re not gon na win in this league. So that’s got ta get fixed.”
Getting it fixed in time for Sunday’s house opener against the Giants begins, per regular, at quarterback. In spite of The Truth That Mitch Trubisky didn’t toss an interception versus the Lions, he quickly could have– there were more than a couple uncomplimentary attempts in the very first 45 minutes. When it pertains to the ‘good’, the Bears were happy with Trubisky’s rhythm in rate (beverage), and QB coach John DeFilippo indicated Jimmy Graham‘s touchdown as a ‘Pro Bowl type play.’
The bad (and probably the unsightly too) was losing out on Allen Robinson on a go-route in part since of flat-footed position that, as DeFilippo put it, “goes back to standard concepts.”
“As you go through the tape, there’s long times that I believe that Mitch can be far better with some of his decision-making and he requires to and he will,” Nagy mentioned. “What we keep going back to is, OK, then you get to the fourth quarter and you end up having 3 actually excellent tosses for touchdowns. He was 8-for-10 and at some essential times made some critical tosses. The greatest thing that we need to get to is the consistency throughout the video game.”