Matt Nagy had harsh criticism of his team after its 41-25 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday at Lambeau Field.
“Have some personal pride. Have a freaking sense of urgency,” Nagy told reporters Monday. “Yesterday was flat-out embarrassing.”
“You better have some stinkin’ fire,” the coach added. “Enough is enough.”
Chicago began the season 5-1, but have since lost 5 in a row and sit below .500.
The Chicago Bears head coach doesn’t have any solutions for his team to stop its skid, he maintained he’s unconcerned about his job security.
“No, I’m not,” Nagy said. “I just think that right now with our team, this is the stuff with the season that you go through. It’s about fighting adversity. It’s about building a culture, staying together. That’s where we’re at.
“We stick together. We understand where we’re at. When you have games like this, you got to soul search and you got to be able to stop the bleeding. There’s a couple directions you can go.”
Nagy is 25-18 in the regular season over three seasons in Chicago.