Matt Nagy: It’s not hard to wear your mask all the time

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Bears coach Matt Nagy says the situation surrounding the Titans is a reminder to every NFL team to follow COVID-19 safety protocols.

Nagy said today that the Titans’ positive tests, which forced the postponement of this week’s planned Pittsburgh-Tennessee game, has strengthened his resolve to make sure his team is complying with every recommendation for reducing the spread of the virus — particularly the recommendation to wear masks at all times.

“I think it just reiterates the importance of all of us always having the masks on,” Nagy said, via Jeff Dickerson of ESPN. “When you really think about it, it’s really not that hard to put a mask on. Just wear your mask and wear it all the time. It’s not hard.”

Nagy is right: It’s not hard to wear a mask, and wearing a mask is the simple, easy thing that everyone can do to slow the spread of the virus.

18 responses to “Matt Nagy: It’s not hard to wear your mask all the time

  1. Finally a logical, sane voice.

    The Harbaughs, Gruden, etc, are a disgrace with such poor leadership.

  2. Oh boy. I bet you wear your mask to bed, coach? Don’t think so. Crazy town continues. Repeating the mantra over and over doesn’t make it true.

  3. No need to wear mask in your home unless someone has covid. Need to wear outside the home as it greatly protects others and also studies show some benefit to the wearer as well. No politics just science (I’m a doc btw) and basic decency.

  4. Uhhh… you guys are really dense huh? He’s not saying he wears it at home he’s saying when he’s at work it stays on and he doesn’t pull it down to yell at players and refs…

  5. do you guys acting like he’s talking about wearing one at home really think he’s saying that or do you get some kind of social credit for that stuff?

  6. surran70065 says:
    October 1, 2020 at 1:42 pm
    Towing that company line. Good for you, Coach

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    One might toe the line (stand exactly where told) but one would not tow a line.

    One also might face a tough row to hoe (as in gardening, using a hoe to weed a row of vegetables). One would not hoe a road, tough or otherwise.

    If English is a second language, congratulations. You’re doing remarkably well. Otherwise, not so much.

  7. Satan says:
    October 1, 2020 at 2:51 pm

    A paper bag would probably suit him better.

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    Dude he’s not Patricia!

    Nagy is 23-12 so far after two years plus three games. Are you a cork too or another joe profile?

  8. THANK YOU! I can hear everyone talking through masks. Why is it so hard for some members of our society to have common courtesy about this? My mask isn’t protecting me from you; it’s protecting you from me. If we all did that, we could bring this thing under control. They don’t restrict air flow either, so you can get those nonsense “I have a medical condition” excuses out of your head. Even then, if you DO truly have a medical condition, then – again – everyone else wearing a mask is what would protect those who truly cannot.

  9. Dude he’s not Patricia! Nagy is 23-12 so far after two years plus three games. Are you a cork too or another joe profile?

  10. supercharger says:
    October 1, 2020 at 2:47 pm
    He also wears a visor during night games. Just saying.
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    I’d wager that most fans wear hats during night games as well. Besides, lots of people wear hats because they prefer to and it has nothing to do with night or day. Just saying.

  11. It seems like Nagy isn’t the brightest star in the sky. He failed to properly evaluate the best quarterback in camp—then benched the kid—ultimately destroying Trubisky’s confidence, perhaps permanently.

    In Chicago, the dire importance of the Coach/Quarterback dynamic has perennially eluded them. Just look at Kansas City, New England, and Seattle. You don’t see QB’s getting benched in these places.

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