Former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator and now Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy said he was calling all the offensive plays in the second half of the Chiefs’ 22-21 loss to the Tennessee Titans, he said at his introductory Bears press conference Tuesday. The Chiefs were blanked in the second half.
Att Chiefs fans— Eric Edholm (@Eric_Edholm) January 9, 2018
Nagy: "I called every single play in the second half ... that there was a learning situation for me"
Nagy added that it was a “failure” in his book.
"There's some scenarios in which I wish I made different choices," Nagy says, but he calls it a learning experience. "I stand by it and I promise you I'll learn from it."— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) January 9, 2018
So there you have it. Andy Reid said Sunday that he was the one calling all the “bad ones,” while Nagy called the “good ones.”
It was just another case of Reid defending one of his guys, probably part of the reason nearly 25 percent of the league’s head coaches have ties to Reid.