Is Matt Nagy botching the Bears QB situation? | First Take

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Jeff Saturday and Keyshawn Johnson join Stephen A. Smith on First Take to discuss if they believe Matt Nagy is botching the Chicago Bears QB situation to begin the season, if he is the right man for the head coaching job and more.

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