Chicago Bears: A Fan’s Plan To Repair a Struggling Franchise

October 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Let's face it. Even at 4-3 and tied for the lead in the NFC North (for the moment), Bears fans can sense that the end is near. Horrific offensive line play, a bevy of turnovers occurring at inopportune times, and an inexplicable inability to score from the one-yard line have wasted several outstanding showings from the Bears' defense this season.
Lovie Smith has gone to great lengths to try to save his job, including bringing in a staff of big-name, former head coaches to serve as coordinators and position coaches. Rod Marinelli's defense has looked good, but Mike Martz's offense cannot be considered anything but an utter failure, and the job Mike Tice has done with the o-line has been laughable.
If things don't turn around quickly, everyone in Chicago will be calling for Lovie Smith's head, and GM Jerry Angelo won't get off easily either. In the event that the Bears don't get the spark they need and fizzle to another non-playoff season, I've come up with the following seven-...

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