- Jan 9, 2014
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- Harford County, MD
Out in 2022, OC in 2023.
There will be a desperate team that will look at his overall record, and then make an excuse that he had crappy QBs and never got a chance to work with Fields.Who looks at the Bears offense and says, yeah, we need Nagy as our OC?
I once thought that about fired New York Jets coach Pete Caroll as well as the fired 1995 Cleveland Browns coach. People can learn, grow, evolve, and improve. Nagy will probably sit a year out as someone else said, but you can bet he'll get another shot.I can't see anyone wanting him to call plays at the NFL level after this disaster.
Even though he doesn't have college experience, I think an OC somewhere in the PAC-12 could be a good fit for him. Nobody can really rush the passer out there or cover anyone in the Pac-12, so he can run his little spread offense to his heart's content. It's like he would be playing the Lions with both starting DBs out every week.
See Mel Tucker… He proves anyone can be resurrected.Honestly..I don't think he lands anywhere. He has been so trashed by the fan base and the national media, no one will touch him. My guess is he is out of football at a minimum all of 2022 and maybe even 2023. Then he gets some kind of analyst position with an NFL team or a college team.
This is true, Mel is doing a phenominal job at Michigan State. IMO, its easier to get resurrected when you fail as a coordinator as opposed to when you are a failure as an HC. Nagy has failed on so many levels...I just don't see him with a job in 2022. Again at a minimum is unemployeed at least a year.See Mel Tucker… He proves anyone can be resurrected.