Big changes that we could see the Chicago Bears make for the 2024 season

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The Chicago Bears haven't been off to the hottest of starts so far in the 2023-2024 NFL season. With the week one loss to the Green Bay Packers the general mood of the fanbase toward the team quickly soured and what was a ton of hope went away. The small amount of hope still there heading into week 2 also got stomped out as the Bears would lose to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

There are a lot of different reasons why the Bears are currently struggling. The first reason people point to is the coaching staff on all sides of the ball, whether it's Luke Getsy’s and his play calling to Alan Williams and the lack of success on the defense to head coach Matt Eberflus for a variety of different reasons. The second is the current group of players aren't doing a good enough job which leads to the third point of management not acquiring the right players. 

If the Chicago Bears continue to play like they have been the odds of them having a more improved record than last season will be very low. And if that happens what is this team going to look like heading into the 2024 season?

Changes could be on the horizon for the Chicago Bears

If the Bears continue to play like they have been it would be very hard to see Matt Eberflus making it to the end of the season as the Head coach. On top of that, It's hard to see the rest of the coaching staff staying on board come season's end.

GM Ryan Poles will be a name many people will also like to see go but he will likely get at least one more season to prove his worth. Poles will be able to argue that when he got hired he was left with three options for the team's head coach and none of them were guys he wanted as he was hired after the team had gone through its first wave of coaching interviews.