Honestly, I don't believe this is true. In general, outside of Chicago I get the strong sense that they think the Bears were a fluke last year and did it with smoke and mirrors and couldn't do it again. The networks aren't thinking this. They love having Chicago in prime time because of the draw. But in general across the league, I think people believe it was a fluke and Nagy can still lean on that crutch if he wants. He really didn't do it much. It was more players who occasionally brought this up but they could have been parroting something he told them in private.