Remembering past failures may be useful as motivation, but at this point Head coach head Matt Nagy needs to continue, as it gets unhealthy. Ever lost Chicago in a double-doink in the playoffs, Nagy guarantees that his players remember how they lost in the flukiest of plays.
The bears running back Tarik Cohen was on the radio show by Adam Schein Wednesday and declared this offseason, Nagy showed the footage of the last seconds of that game, so players "never forget the hurt . "
"He will show it throughout the team meeting we have in the morning to see the whole team," Cohen said. (Why is this shown in the whole team?) What is takeaway for them? Should they think, Just do the same things that worked well in the last time and hoping that the kick was made at this time? )
There is motivation, then there is an attraction. The independent, making the team relay painful, the moment of time would be normal until the behavior of an NFL coach was normal, but Nagy was also submerged in the heads of anyone looking to replace him Cody Parkey. The Kitten of Bears candidates, none of whom were double-doinkers, had to try the field training goals from about the same distance as the deadly kick. When all the three kickers passed earlier this month, Nagy was hopeless and released one of them the following day.
It will be easy to plan outlines every broadcast of a Bears game, anytime they have to line up for a consequential goal of the field. "Think of how it went for Bears last time," someone would say to their booth buddy as the camera cuts on Nagy grinding his teeth to the nubs while some poor high strung placekicker lines for a 40 -a-yard attempt-That is, if they can find an available kicker by then. Perhaps the saver will push Double-Doink over and over again, but the coach does not have to undergo his team here. The ball is tipped, Matt. Bad luck. Take seven seconds and forget about it. Someone gets this person to eat and bar him from team facilities for a day to rest.