6. Hire an offensive-minded head coach
Going back to the Eberflus hire, the Bears watched the rest of the NFL go with the winds of change and decided they would hold off. Take a look aroudn the league. Look at what Brian Daboll did for Josh Allen, after Allen came into the league with big question marks. Daboll then went to the Giants as a head coach and was able to help Daniel Jones to his best season yet.
Mike McDaniel went to Miami after learning from Kyle Shanahan (what a concept, Mr. Getsy) and has launched the Dolphins' offense into heights that fans didn't even expect. Tua Tagovailoa is playing phenomenal football. The scheme fits. it suits his strengths.
Some of the best young quarterbacks have offensive-minded head coaches that have put together well-assembled game plans and their scheme suits the quarterback. It seems way too easy. It makes too much sense. Were the Bears scared off after the Matt Nagy hire? Did they really think going the opposite route would help in the development of a young, mobile, first-round quarterback?
It's time to find the right guy, not just for Fields', but the organization, and whomever the quarterback of this team's future might be.