After Bears’ loss, former players vent on Twitter

After Bears’ loss, former players vent on Twitter
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Several former Bears players took to Twitter in frustration after the workforce’s 34-30 loss Sunday to the Lions, with at least one wondering whether the franchise will fireplace coach Matt Nagy before the end of the season.

‘‘I noticed some . . . firings in my time in Chicago none of which happened midseason,’’ wrote former offensive lineman Kyle Lengthy, who retired after the Bears put him on injured reserve final season. ‘‘I wonder what the tipping level is and who finally makes the choice.’’

Former operating again Matt Forte inspired the Bears to ‘‘simply throw the entire offense away . . . Coaches included!’’

As for normal manager Ryan Tempo, Forte wrote that ‘‘soccer begins within the trenches bruh,’’ a reference to Pace not devoting a single first-round pick to an offensive or defensive lineman throughout his tenure.

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Forte identified that coach Lovie Smith, whom he performed for, received 10 games in 2012 and still was fired. He sounded as if he felt bad for the Bears’ gamers.

‘‘I’ve performed on some awful teams however man . . . y’all deserve better,’’ he wrote

Former linebacker Lance Briggs tweeted through the fourth quarter that ‘‘Nagys gonna Nagy,’’ and ex-cornerback Jerry Azumah used exclamation factors to get his level across.

‘‘I deserve higher! You deserve higher! We deserve higher!’’ he wrote. ‘‘Everyone deserves higher than this! What a damn joke!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!’’

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