5 Chicago Bears players and coaches who should sit at the kids table on Thanksgiving

These guys should all be given silly straws and bibs.

Chicago Bears, Luke Getsy, Matt Eberflus
Chicago Bears, Luke Getsy, Matt Eberflus / Michael Reaves/GettyImages
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4. Luke Getsy, Offensive Coordinator

Now we make the transition from players to coaches. Somehow, this Bears offense has managed to rank 20th in offensive yards per game through 11 weeks. To put it nicely, that's a miracle, and it's because of the players on the field, not offensive coordinator Luke Getsy.

Fans have long wanted Getsy gone, and maybe with the recent firing over in Pittsburgh, Getsy could be the next offensive coordinator to go. But, the Bears are probably too scared to make that move midseason.

Getsy deserves every bit of blame for this Bears offense being what it is this year, and what it was last year. Last season, it was the Justin Fields show. Chicago hardly had weapons or an offensive line. This year, it's still been mostly Fields doing a lot of the heavy lifting, combined with a fairly consistent run game.

Look at the play-calling, though, and you might pull your hair out. Getsy has to go. Fields' future and ultimate development depends on the departure of that man, so the Bears better make the right call. Until then, feed Getsy an apple sauce packet next to the toddlers. Ensure he's wearing a smock, too. Things could get messy.