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Column: Matt Nagy asked offensive players last week what they wanted to see in the game plan. It could prove to be a galvanizing moment for the Chicago Bears.

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“Coach Nagy came to us and challenged us,” right tackle Germain Ifedi said. “He said, ‘All right, we’re going to run the offense. Our identity is going to start up front.’ We know if up front we’re not doing it, the offense isn’t going to (work) whether we’re running it or throwing. We just wanted the opportunity to show who we are. I think Sunday was a step in the right direction of, all right, this is who we are.”

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