Another ‘Fire Nagy’ chant has broken out at Bulls game

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Bears fans have made their feelings about head coach Matt Nagy perfectly clear following the team’s second five-game losing streak after a Week 11 loss to the Ravens.

“Fire Nagy” chants were heard in the stands at Soldier Field. And while Chicago is coming off a Thanksgiving win over the winless Lions, it doesn’t sound like Bears fans are satisfied.

Another “Fire Nagy” chant has broken out at Monday’s Chicago Bulls game, and it shows no signs of slowing down.

On Monday, safety Eddie Jackson addressed the “Fire Nagy” chants that started at Soldier Field following Chicago’s loss to Baltimore, where he said it wasn’t helping matters.

“We hate it, honestly,” Jackson said. “The fans gotta understand, that’s not helping anything. Y’all want us to play better, do better, that’s not helping when you all sitting up there and chanting that. But I get it. The frustration, long-time Bears fans have been going through this for a long, long time, so I understand it, but it’s not helping the situation. I feel like it’s just making it worse.”

This isn’t the first time “Fire Nagy” chants have broken out at Chicago sporting events since the Ravens loss. They’ve been overheard at Bulls and Blackhawks games, as well as, unfortunately, Nagy’s son’s high school football game.

At this point, it’s just a matter of when the Bears will fire Nagy. But until that moment happens, Bears fans appear inclined to let their feelings known every chance they get.

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