Once again, Bears fans, it is time to voice your opinion on a crucial Chicago Bears question: who should be the Bears’ next head coach? With Lovie Smith now out of the equation, Chicago now has to look in a different direction and potentially learn a new system yet again. Unless they promote a coach from within the organization, there will be another system to be learned. The range of coaching options extends from current positions coaches to coordinators to head coaches and even retired head coaches. The list is extensive and we want to know about which coach you feel is right for the position. So like last time, in the comments section post who you think is the best fit for Jay Cutler, the defense and dealing with the expectations that come with coaching one of the most storied franchises in NFL history.
Should it be Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy? Cutler seemed to enjoy playing for him in Denver. Cutler also has expressed his admiration for current Houston Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison. Dennison could fit in well bringing in his heavy running style to Matt Forte and Michael Bush. Cutler is better equipped than Matt Schaub has been showing lately, so this selection seems to be a popular one among fans. They could go with other coordinators, or possibly current CFL head coach Marc Trestman of the Montreal Alouettes. Or perhaps they will reach out to former head coaches such as Bears legend Mike Singletary, or Super Bowl winning coaches like Jon Gruden or Bill Cowher. Again, let us know what you think and how you want the Bears to move into a new era.