Home Sports Column: Matt Nagy preaches ‘no panic’ after the Chicago Bears’ worst opening loss in 18 years. But some real accountability is needed at Halas Hall, not just buzzwords.

Column: Matt Nagy preaches ‘no panic’ after the Chicago Bears’ worst opening loss in 18 years. But some real accountability is needed at Halas Hall, not just buzzwords.

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That makes sense from the standpoint that panicking wouldn’t do the coaches or players any good. It’s not like the Bears can make wholesale personnel moves to the 53-man roster. Maybe they’ll swap out nickel cornerback Marqui Christian, whom they cut in a procedural move before Week 1. But promoting Duke Shelley, who was inactive for the Rams game, wouldn’t make the kind of improvement the Bears can get if players such as Mack, Quinn, Hicks, Smith, Jackson and others step up.

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