Jason Lieser, Patrick Finley and Mark Potash break down Matt Nagy’s decision to give up play-calling and how the Bears offense will look different under Bill Lazor.
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While the old regime did its best to control the narrative of why sending Butler to Minnesota for a package that ended up being Zach LaVine, Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn was necessary, it’s now easy to see what really happened.
To make something of a season that’s already teetering, the Fire must respond to adversity much better than they did against the Dynamo.
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