Matt Nagy goes out indignant.
The Bears coach, possible in his closing video games with the franchise, exploded on the refs during a 17-9 loss to the Vikings on “Monday Evening Soccer” that formally eradicated the 4-10 staff from playoff rivalry.
Nagy drew a 15-yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct in between the primary and second quarters for his animated response after security Deon Bush was known as for successful to a defenseless receiver.
Nagy had a fiery backwards and forwards with official Terrence Miles after the seeing the replay, and as he walked away, Miles tossed the flag for his obvious use of inappropriate language.
Referee Scott Novak later defined the state of affairs and mentioned he wouldn’t repeat what Nagy mentioned on the sidelines.
When requested if Nagy mentioned “magic phrases” that couldn’t be repeated, the referee said, “Sure.”
“The flag was thrown when he began to make use of inappropriate language in the direction of the official,” Novak mentioned.
He mentioned there was no warning given to Nagy earlier than the flag, which was considered one of Chicago’s 5 private foul penalties.
“It’s powerful to warn as a result of we don’t know the place the dialog goes. So, if he simply finally ends up getting into that route and it will get to the place we have to throw a flag, we throw it,” Novak mentioned.
Late within the third quarter, Nagy bought heated once more and threw a problem flag after Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins was awarded a primary down on a play by which he was clearly wanting the first-down marker. The Bears would win the problem, forcing a Vikings punt.
The Bears go to the Seahawks on Sunday.