Twitter finds new reason to mock Matt Nagy

McDonald’s featured the Bears coach in an ad to recruit new workers.

SHARE Twitter finds new reason to mock Matt Nagy
Bears coach Matt Nagy is in a new McDonald’s ad. Twitter is amused.

Bears coach Matt Nagy is in a new McDonald’s ad. Twitter is amused.

Mark Tenally/AP

To say that Matt Nagy has worn out his welcome in Chicago would be an understatement. Back-to-back 8-8 seasons, poor offensive play and keeping rookie quarterback Justin Fields on the bench have a way of alienating a fan base.

So there couldn’t have been a more perfect time for McDonald’s to release an ad featuring Nagy recruiting new employees to the fast-food chain just hours after the Bears’ 34-14 loss to the Rams on ‘‘Sunday Night Football.’’

“I was hired to help you make this great team even better. … If they put in the work, they can make manager on this team.” Nagy says in the video designed to attract new workers to the fast-food giant.

As you can imagine, Twitter had a field day (no pun intended) with this. The jokes really write themselves.


The Latest
Downers Grove Commissioner Greg Hosé said he regretted not speaking out at a Village Council meeting earlier this month over the library. At that meeting, he said, the chambers were filled “hateful, anti inclusive rhetoric.”
A look at multiple candidates from inside and outside the organization.
CTU and elected officials were on hand for the renaming of the stretch of West Carroll Avenue in front of the union’s Near West Side headquarters.
A rubbish fire Wednesday evening did “extensive damage” to steel beams under the right lanes of the outbound ramp of the Dan Ryan Expressway that feeds into outbound lanes of the Stevenson Expressway.
The 2009 lieutenant’s list has been reinstated. It was not immediately known whether mayoral critic Ald. Jim Gardiner (45th) was among those promoted from that list.