Even with a new coach, the Chicago Bears are in win-now mode, and some things are going to have to change drastically in 2013.
While the offensive line is certainly high on the list of things the Bears need to improve on, if they're going to contend for a Super Bowl, there are a few other things that need to happen.
The Bears simply need more production and consistency from their receiving options. Whether it be tight ends or receivers, they left a lot of points on the field in 2012-13 and that can't happen again.
What may help is if they use the playmakers they have on the roster. Matt Forte went under-utilized last season and the Bears have to do a better job of getting the ball in the hands of one of their best playmakers.
Still, as new coach Marc Trestman said, the quarterback has the keys to the car.
If the Bears are able to fix these five things and continue playing the kind of defense they did a year ago, they're going to be a tough team to beat in 2013.