Chicago Bears head coach Matt Eberflus is the hero the Chicago Cubs need

The Chicago Cubs have scored 42 runs with Matt Eberflus in attendance
Miami Marlins v Chicago Cubs
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Matt Eberflus may be the head coach of the Chicago Bears, but if the Cubs keep performing like they do when he's at Wrigley Field, he may have to stick around just for the vibes.

Eberflus has now visited Wrigley Field three times since taking up the mantle over at Halas Hall, and the Cubs have dominated each game. It began in 2022 when Eberflus was a fresh face in Chicago and threw out the ceremonial first pitch in an April game against Pittsburgh. The Cubs went on to put up a 21-0 onslaught against the Pirates. Next was a visit on April 21, 2023, where the Cubs beat down the Los Angeles Dodgers in a 13-0 route.

Eberflus made his third appearance at the Friendly Confines on Friday, where the Cubs again took the victory in commanding fashion. The Miami Marlins fell by a score of 8-3 as Eberflus looked on donning aviator sunglasses and a fresh beard. The game brings Eberflus's Cubs record to 3-0 while the North Siders have outscored their opponents 42-3.

Matt Eberflus is the Chicago Cubs' good luck charm.

The most notable performance from Friday afternoon came from starting pitcher Jameson Taillon, who returned from the injured list and tossed five dominant innings while giving up one earned run. The team also saw production from the entire lineup, with RBI from Dansby Swanson, Cody Bellinger, Nick Madrigal, Miguel Amaya, Garrett Cooper, and Mike Tauchman. After struggling in the first couple of weeks, Nico Hoerner has also seemingly busted out of his funk by posting a .385 batting average and scoring six runs over his last seven games.

This is the power of Matt Eberflus, who can hopefully transfer this magic to the upcoming Chicago Bears season where rookie quarterback Caleb Williams looks to break the team out of its decades-long funk.