The rush of free agency has come and gone, and the NFL Draft has come to pass with mixed reactions about how the Bears decided to approach their first round pick. Way before all of that happened, the coaching staff was completely gutted and replaced.
There’s no doubting the Bears improved this offseason. The question now is “by how much?”
In this recap, I’ll be assessing the coaching changes, free agency, and the draft separately, and then wrap up with a review of the entire offseason as a whole and how it will affect the 2013-14 season.
Sound good? Good.
.333. No, that’s not someone’s batting average mistakenly put in this article. That’s the percentage of times the Bears made the playoffs under former head coach Lovie Smith.
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