1. The Chicago Bears candidates leave an openness to who will be their quarterback next year
The Chicago Bears either have to have the new offensive coordinator work with a young quarterback in Justin Fields, who is still developing, or they will have to work with a rookie quarterback. One thing that is worth noting is that a lot of these coaches have experience with young quarterbacks.
Greg Olson worked with Rex Grossman, Josh Freeman, Joey Harrington, Jared Goff, Blake Borltes, and Dere Carr in the first two years of their careers. Greg Roman worked with a young Colin Kaepernick and Lamar Jackson.
Liam Coen worked with Jared Goff in his second year and is known for getting the most out of Will Levis in college.
Klint Kubiak was at Texas A&M with Ryan Tannehill and worked with Teddy Bridgewater as a rookie. Last year, Thomas Brown worked with Bryce Young. Shane Waldron saw Geno Smith transform his career.
All of them have shaped rookie quarterbacks in some ways, some for the better and some for the worse. Still, they all have experience in that area. Does it point to the Chicago Bears drafting a quarterback? We do not know yet.