Former Chiefs offensive coordinator (and playcaller for the last third of the season after head coach Andy Reid relinquished playcalling duties) Matt Nagy is the new head coach in Chicago. Nagy inherits a 5-11 Bears team that went 4-8 with rookie quarterback, #2 overall pick, and UNC alum Mitchell Trubisky as a starter. Nagy replaces defensive-minded head coach John Fox, who went 14-34 in his three years in charge at Soldier Field.
Trubisky’s development was hastened a bit after Mike Glennon’s poor performance early on caused him to become one of the highest-paid backups in the NFL. The Bears and Fox played it safe with Trubisky early on, and in his second and third games he famously defeated the Ravens and Panthers while attempting only 16 and 7 passes respectively in each game.

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