I mean he probably is better today than Chubba. But that isn’t the point. We drafted Chubba for a reason. Windows like we are currently in are where he can grow…with the goal of being better than Mack.
It really seemed like sabotage and that’s not hyperbole. Like ownership or the GM wanted Fields and Nagy didn’t and he wanted to put him in this spot to somehow prove a point or some poo. It makes absolutely no sense what Nagy did. It was disgraceful. If I’m the bears ownership he doesn’t get a second chance. He’s done and I’m sitting fields for the rest of the season and starting my coaching search to find who can get the best out of this insanely talented qb that we traded up to get.