"We'll never accept where we're at," Pagano said. "It's not good enough. I'll go back and look at myself. Everybody will look at themselves and we'll make the necessary adjustments in the offseason and we've got to be better. We've got to play better."
"He's come in and he's been a great pro," Bears defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano said. "All we ask these guys to do every single day - it doesn't matter if they were here before or they're new coming in - is what coach Nagy's expectation was. You come in and earn your way. Every single day he's done it."