Never satisfied if the message floating around Halas Hall. It’s a mindset that’s preparing the Bears to face San Francisco on the road.
“I don’t think there’s any magic to it,” Nagy said. “We’ve just got to… Every game’s a little bit different when you talk about games on the road. It’s obviously easier to play at home because you’ve got everybody’s support and you’ve got everybody yelling and cheering for you and you got the crowd noise. The do that, the great teams find a way to win on the road and take that to the next step.”
Despite numerous injuries, the 49ers have managed to regroup and beat teams like the Seahawks, who they beat last week in overtime on a 36-yard field goal by former Bear, Robbie Gould.
“They have persevered,” Nagy said. “You see that the last two games now with them, and then most recently, playing Seattle – a big-time playoff team that had a lot of great momentum going, and they battled with them and won the game, and I think that just speaks of volumes of who they are as a team. They’re fighters and they’re very resilient.”
The Bears are 3-3 away from home, but Danny Trevathan says they’ve got to be road warriors and finish the season strong. Adding, it’s something great teams and Super Bowl teams do.
“Teams who finish strong on the road, they really have the upper hand,” Trevathan said. “You win at home and you win on the road? You can’t be beat. It’s tough, but you have to have that attitude when you’re going away, that this is your home; you’re going to take it over, it’s going to be our environment, we’re going to get out here with a dub.”