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Cohen: Nagy replays playoff loss to motivate Bears

Some coaches trash the cassette of a bad playoff loss, attempting to have the staff to move on in the heartbreak and concentrate on the long run. Not Matt Nagy.
According to running back Tarik Cohen, the Chicago Bears coach was showing clips of the playoff loss to the Philadelphia Eagles to remind them about their pain.
“He’ll reveal it throughout team meetings that we have in the evenings so the whole staff can see it,” Cohen told Adam Schein on Mad Dog Sports Radio.
The Bears’ season ended. The devastating loss to the Eagles came after Mitchell Trubisky marched Chicago down the field to put up what appeared to be a game-winning comeback.
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“He just shows us the very last seconds of the game,” Cohen told Schein. “He shows us the audience’s response, our responses by the sideline, and that only tells you’never forget that hurt,’ you know, which we want to get back to that place and have another outcome. So that drives us and motivates to get through exercise every day.”
The missed field goal gets all the attention, but the Bears’ offense sputtered for the majority of three quarters and the defense could not stop Nick Foles on the Eagles’ final TD drive. Chicago had plenty of chances to wrench the game away.
Nagy hopes embracing the painful memories of the loss will motivate his players through the offseason.
“We definitely needed a shortcoming we feel like we are a better team and we could have travelled farther in the playoffs,” Cohen said. “But that’s definitely driving usthis year, and trainer Nagy won’t let’s forget it. He shows us what happens often so that we continue to be pushed by this, and we are just getting ready to make that run again.”
Many stories begin with a miserable failure. The Bears expect the double-doink is your letdown to propel a 2019 story that finishes with a Lombardi Trophy.

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