Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy gets trolled by his son's high school!

That's just brutal....

Michael Whitaker
Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy gets trolled by his son's high school!

It's no secret that Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy isn't exactly the most beloved figure in the Windy City these days. The Bears have fallen on hard times, dropping to 3-7 with their fifth straight loss on Sunday and also losing quarterback Justin Fields to injury; backup Andy Dalton will be starting on Thursday against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. 

Bears fans made their thoughts perfectly clear in their most recent home game at Soldier Field, as several noticeable "Fire Nagy" chants were heard throughout the game.

The chant even made its way over to United Center during a Chicago Bulls game, and now, a high school.

But not just any high school. It happened to come during a Class 6A semifinals game between Lake Forest -- who Nagy's son, Brayden, plays for -- and top-seeded Cary-Grove High School. 

Cary-Grove High School principal Neil Lesinski has since apologized for the incident: 

"On behalf of Cary-Grove High School, I want to assure our community that the chant was not acceptable nor appropriate and was immediately addressed by administration at the game," Lesinski wrote in a statement. "We hope to learn from this situation, and we have taken steps to ensure this does not happen again," the principal added. 

For Nagy himself, he isn't thinking about the fact that he's on the hot seat, nor about a report that indicated that the Bears have informed him that he'll be let go following Thursday's game - something he denied.

"My focus is on these players and Detroit, and that's it," he said. "That's my job as a head coach and a leader, is to do that. These players have been amazing. They've been great. You have this quick turnaround after a loss like [Sunday's to the Ravens], and now here you go. The only thing we can do is focus on the now and do everything we can. Thursday is going to be here quickly."

The Bears and Lions will kick-off from Ford Field starting at 12:30 PM EST on Thursday, Detroit's annual Thanksgiving Day game.