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Expectations For The Chicago Bears Should Be High Despite Coaching Change

Expectations For The Chicago Bears Should Be High Despite Coaching Change

Hyped by on February 12, 2013 Website: bit.ly

After nine seasons with Lovie Smith as the main guy, the Chicago Bears will begin the 2013 season with an entirely new coaching team. Smith was fired after the 2012 season came to a disappointing close, and in his place now comes Marc Trestman, formerly of the CFL, and his team of football gurus. In most cases, such a drastic change would give a team a bit of a window to adjust and respond, but for the Bears, the expectation will be for immediate results.

Whether it is fair to Trestman and his staff or not, the Bears are going to need to make a deep playoff run for his first season to be considered a success. Even then...http://bit.ly/X390DL

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