The Bears end up 6-10.
But, with not having a first or second round pick, and most likely be cheap going after free agents, why would anyone think the Bears would get better?
I predict Lovie will be gone after next season, and Bill Cowher will be moving into the Chicago area.
At least a fan can hope, right?
I believe he is not going to take a coaching job this season, because none of the "elite" teams/markets have openings.
I also predict the Matt Forte era ends after 2010. He will be looked at as a true bust after this next season and the Bears will have to go looking for a new running back.
I think we can expect good numbers out of Devin Aromashadu and Greg Olsen, but not great ones.
I think Devin Hester's numbers take a hit and he is relegated to running fly patterns and slant routes, which is what he should be doing.
Overall, as of right now, the 2010 season is not one to look forward to. I am hoping that the Bears front office will decide to make something happen this offseason and go after something big like they did last season with the trade for Cutler.
The Bears need help all around, so don't settle for only small moves, Jerry.