After what seemed like forever, and Phil Emery even resorting to interviewing himself for the job, Marc Trestman was finally announced as the new head coach of the Chicago Bears. Then followed numerous changes at nearly every coaching position, which is understandable, given there is a new man charged with managing the team.
But all these coaching changes got me thinking - does it really matter who is involved with coaching the Chicago Bears and why are we supposed to care?
At first glance, this might seem a little naive and ignorant, but I assure you I am capable of being both at the same time. But the truth remains - before Trestman has even coached a game in Chicago, we all know how he will be judged. By winning games. A good coach is someone whose players win games.
Does It Really Matter Who Coaches The Bears?
Windy City Gridiron | Jan 23