On the Frontline: Chicago Bears Key Coaching and Decision Making Personnel

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On the Frontline: Chicago Bears Key Coaching and Decision Making Personnel
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After acquiring Jay Cutler, expectations for the 2009 Bears have jumped through the roof. With that comes immense pressure on everyone—from head coach Lovie Smith to quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton—to ensure that there will be success on the field.

A veteran staff that each have years of NFL experience, they all understand when expectations have been raised and should be accustomed how to react. However, the pressure that comes from this (i.e. their jobs all being on the line to some degree) can be overwhelming even to the heartiest of veterans.

The move to acquire Cutler has likely ensured a few more years with the Bears for Angelo, but Angelo will be closely evaluating the staff with a team that has all the tools to win now.

Fans will watch to see how Cutler performs with a new team and if a once dominant defense can return to old form. They should also closely evaluate a coaching staff that needs to perform in 2009 if they want to coach the 2010 season in Chicago.

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