NFL Week 10, 2019: 5 Coaches on the hot seat

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3. Matt Nagy

When seeing how great of shape this team appeared to be in at the end of September, the Chicago Bears were the last team any football fan expected to see entering Week 10 on a four-game losing streak, placing plenty of pressure on Matt Nagy.

After watching the Bears emerge as the winners of the NFC North last season, Chicago appeared to be in great position to make another run in 2019, but unfortunately the team has a lot of catching up to do over the next few weeks.

Most likely, Chicago will keep Nagy around since they saw what he was able to accomplish last season as head coach, but also if the Bears are going to have any shot at turning things around before it’s too late, Mitch Trubisky will need to play much better.

In a year that some believed Trubisky would sneak his way into the MVP conversation, the former first-round pick has been an absolute disaster for the Bears in 2019, and it’s even more frustrating since the defense is one of the best in the league.

Unless some sort of miracle takes place in which Trubisky shines against the Detroit Lions, Nagy is in position to be on this list entering Week 11, whether Bears fans want to hear it or not.