Getty's Robin Alam

Let's just say that Chicago sports fans are clearly ready for the Bears to move on from head coach Matt Nagy. During Monday's NBA game between the Bulls and Pacers, fans began chanting "Fire Nagy" as the Bulls were trailing by 30 points.

Let's hear the chant in all of its glory:

This wasn't the first time that "Fire Nagy" chants have erupted in Chicago of late. During Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Lamar Jackson-less Baltimore Ravens, Bears fans chanted the same sentiment as Nagy coached from the sideliens.

Nagy had several questionable play calls throughout the team's most recent less. The Bears had a 7-6 lead with 12:30 left in the final quarter and even had the ball on their own 49-yard line. However, after failing to convert, the Ravens got the ball and were able to take a 9-7 lead thanks to a Justin Tucker field goal.

Ravens running back Devonta Freeman ended up scoring the game-winning touchdown with 25 seconds left to give his team the narrow victory.

Bears quarterback Justin Fields suffered broken ribs during the game and his status for Thursday's game against the Lions is unknown. If Nagy wants to save his job, he may be forced to rely on Andy Dalton in order to come out with a victory over the winless Lions.