Mapping out the Blueprint for a Bears Super Bowl Run in 2013

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Mapping out the Blueprint for a Bears Super Bowl Run in 2013
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New Bears head coach Marc Trestman

This Sunday night, the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens will clash in Super Bowl XLVII, with one culminating their season with a championship, while 31 other teams are left wondering what they need to do to capture that feeling next season.

The 2012 season saw the Bears start off 7-1, but they struggled for a stretch and finished with a 10-6 record, missed the playoffs, and head coach Lovie Smith was let go. 

Despite their 10-win season, there are still many areas of concern for this team.  The defense is getting older and their offense has yet to get on the same page as the other high-powered offenses around the league.

General manager Phil Emery set out to find his guy, and hired long time NFL assistant and CFL head coach Marc Trestman to take over for Smith.

A new coach is just the beginning of what should be an interesting offseason in Chicago.

Here is a blueprint for what the Bears need to do to make a Super Bowl run in 2013:

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