Bears coach Matt Nagy says 3 points is 'ridiculous' after opening night loss
The Chicago Bears could only muster three points against a strong Green Bay Packers defense on Thursday night during the opening game of the 2019 NFL season.
Unsurprisingly, Bears head coach Matt Nagy wasn't pleased with that effort.
"I told the guys in there, 'This is not who we are,'" Nagy said in his postgame press conference, praising his defense but admitting that the offense was not where it needed to be.
The coach called the game "frustrating," noting that the team "couldn't get in a rhythm offensively."
"Three points is ridiculous," he said.
The Bears offense had 256 total yards behind quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who was 26-45 with one interception. The team's only points of the game came on a lone field goal in the first quarter (which, really, was cause for celebration).
Watch Nagy's press conference above for more.