LOOK: This Bucks fan has uncanny resemblance to Bears HC Matt Nagy

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They say everyone has a doppelgänger out there somewhere, and it appears as if Bears head coach Matt Nagy’s doppelgänger just so happens to reside in Milwaukee.

Following last night’s Milwaukee Bucks win over the Atlanta Hawks, the Bucks’ Twitter account shared a video of an excited fan pulling his jersey off and flexing for the cameras. And at first glance, the fan had an uncanny resemblance to Nagy…at least his head and face.

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And there were plenty of Bears fans that couldn’t help but have a little fun with it.

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The 2021 season is a crucial one for Nagy, whose team is coming off back-to-back 8-8 seasons following a dominant 12-4 campaign, which garnered him Coach of the Year honors, in his first season.

Specifically, all eyes will be on the offense, which certainly has the talent to be at least an average offense. Nagy’s biggest get this offseason was rookie quarterback Justin Fields, who the Bears traded up to select 11th overall. While Nagy doesn’t want to throw Fields out there right away, it seems inevitable that we’ll see Fields at some point during his rookie season.

While Fields might’ve bought Nagy a couple of years, if the offense doesn’t show significant improvement, his job should certainly be on the line.

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