The single biggest talking point to come out of the Bears' 24-10 loss to the Rams on Monday night was Matt Nagy's role as the team's play caller. The offense failed to find the end zone even once, and for the 24th time in 40 games failed to reach 21 points. With pressure mounting on Nagy to see if someone else on staff – like OC Bill Lazor or QB Coach John DeFilippo – can find a spark in the Bears' offense.
Nagy was asked about that today, and he confirmed that he'd continue to call plays for the time being. He also, notably, left the door open for a future change if things don't get any better:
It's about as close to a concession that Nagy's given on the topic during his time in Chicago, which speaks to just how badly things are going on his side of the ball. A few more performances like Monday's and the conversation's only going to get louder.