Matt Nagy, Chicago Bears: The Bears named the Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator their next coach.

Nagy has spent the last five seasons in Kansas City, first as quarterbacks coach before ascending to offensive coordinator in 2016. Under Nagy, the Chiefs finished 13th in points scored in 2016 before leaping to sixth in the category in 2017. Kansas City saw an even larger improvement in yards gained, jumping from 27th to 20th from 2015 to 2016, and 20th to fifth from 2016 to 2017. Former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich will be Nagy’s offensive coordinator and the team gave Vic Fangio a three-year deal to remain defensive coordinator.

The Raiders have received permission to interview Dolphins offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo for Oakland’s OL job, sources told Rapoport. The Raiders announced on Jan. 12 they’ve hired offensive coordinator Greg Olson and defensive coordinator Paul Guenther.

Remember when QB Ben Roethlisberger wondered aloud whether he just couldn’t get it done any more? No one was wondering that about Roethlisberger after his 506-yard passing performance in Sunday night’s triumph over the Ravens.

The Chargers hosted the Saints on Sunday in a game that turned out to be a total dud thanks in large part to the fact that Philip Rivers and Drew Brees didn’t play. For more on Sunday’s games, including the Steelers’ 17-13 win over the Falcons, you can click right here.

Over the weekend, we had our first full day of action in the preseason with a total of nine games being played on Saturday. For a complete roundup, click right here, but here’s a quick summary: Rams quarterback Jared Goff, last year’s top pick who struggled mightily in his rookie season, looked great in his half of action. He went 14 of 17 for 145 yards and a touchdown.

The Eagles have lapped the field in the NFC East, as their dominant second half Sunday night in Dallas demonstrated. It took them a half to shake off the rust from their bye week, but once they got things revved up, Philadelphia again looked very much like the league’s most complete team.

There’s no question now that the Patriots and Steelers are the AFC’s top two teams, and by a significant margin. For each, the rest of the regular season is all about which one will host the AFC championship game.jaguars_082