30. Matt Eberflus, Chicago Bears
The Bears ranked 27th in offense last season, averaging 18.3 points. So, they go out and get a guy with a defensive background who’s never been a head coach….OK. Eberflus, who spent the last four seasons as Indianapolis’ defensive coordinator, is well respected around league. But, Chicago is a middling franchise that hasn’t won a playoff game since 2010. Perhaps the one area to keep an eye on under Eberflus is how former Green Bay quarterbacks coach and new Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy gets along with quarterback Justin Fields.
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