Luke Getsy is saying all the right things about the Chicago Bears offense
We can only hope that Matt Eberflus does things right with the Chicago Bears
We can only assume that Matt LaFleur helped guide Luke Getsy in the same approach that he took leaving the Rams and heading to the Titans. I am sure that LaFleur is sad to see Getsy leave — especially to a divisional rival like the Chicago Bears. However, I am also confident that he is proud to see his coaches in Nathaniel Hackett and Luke Getsy move onto more prominent roles.
The key now will be, if Luke Getsy can find success quickly here in Chicago, that Matt Eberflus cannot follow the same path as Dan Quinn did in Atlanta. Instead, he should look to what Sean McDermott did in Buffalo this year.
We are seeing the Buffalo Bills do things correctly with their coaching staff, or at least we can assume this, by promoting Ken Dorsey from quarterbacks coach to the offensive coordinator since former OC Brian Daboll was hired as the New York Giants head coach. We can only hope to see similar results here in Chicago should Luke Getsy get plucked by a team in the next year or two as their head coach. If the Chicago Bears offense dominates, it could be as quick as one year before Getsy gets his shot, but my gut tells me it will be at least two years of consistency with him here.