- May 10, 2014
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It really is an unbelievable shithead move to be asked about whether your OC called the plays, and then make it all about you.I like how after what happened in 2019, Nagy basically said that he was going to spend the offseason being introspective. And here it is, 2021, and he can't even admit that he has not been good as a playcaller, and give full credit to someone that puts this team in a much better position to succeed. He basically has to be forced into it, meanwhile frantically reminding everyone that everything still goes through him.
I fully expect Nagy to take back playcalling at some point. Now that he's failed as a playcaller and been forced to give up those duties more than once, you'd think he'd realize that he should just be done with that. Instead, he says stuff like, "calling plays is something I love doing". (like he did before the season started)
As much as I appreciate Lazor putting Fields in a position to succeed, I really hope it doesn't help save Nagy's job.
Any person who’s not a shitbag wouldn’t try to hide it. They’d be heaping praise on their OC, coaches and players. Nagy would do well to remember how he got this job in the first place, because of the full-throated support and trust by Andy Reid.
Instead, Nagy has to tell everyone how it’s really him who deserves credit, how it’s really him who made the good game happen.
A common refrain about Nagy the past few years has been that he’s a good guy, but maybe not a good coach. I’d submit we have enough evidence now to show he’s a bad coach *and* a major league asshole.