Well, we have reached the end. The Chicago Bears get one more opportunity to show improvement this season and it's a big one.
It's Green Bay Packers week.
The Bears will be in search for a new offensive coordinator in the very near future, but who should they pursue? There are several names worth looking at, but these five are certainly ones that Matt Eberflus needs to consider.
1. Zac Robinson, Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach, Los Angeles Rams
One of the main reasons why the Los Angeles Rams are in the playoff picture down the stretch is due to the play of quarterback Matthew Stafford and the offensive creativity of head coach Sean McVay. The Rams rank eighth in passing this season, in a year that has been less than ideal when it comes to injuries and a defense that was supposed to be one of the worst in football.
Still, the Rams' offense has looked fantastic, for the most part. Los Angeles is top-10 in both passing and rushing, believe it or not. They're passing well. Kyren Williams is running better than almost anybody. And, this is a tree you want to pick from. Zac Robinson is next in line of McVay's pupils to land an offensive coordinator gig, and the Bears would be wise to give him a look.
Robinson is a former NFL quarterback and has been with McVay his entire professional coaching career. As a former player and someone who understands offenses well, Robinson would be a great fit for the Bears.