Martz is out.
That miserable old system that just begs to have Jay Cutler carted off the field in pieces is a thing of the past. Now he can rest behind a more solid offensive line scheme.
The new coordinator has stated that now Jay Cutler will be given more freedom to change plays, make adjustments and work his magic. Bears fans everywhere are breathing a sigh of relief and preparing for the Bears' return to prominence.
Surely, they are now serious contenders for the divisional crown.
Uhhh, not so fast.
There are always benefits in switching from one scheme to another... but there are also consequences.
And while everyone is getting all misty-eyed at the possibilities, the world seems to have ignored the other side of the coin. Bears fans may want to take a look at it, because it raises some serious concerns.
1) Defensive philosophy. Martz's biggest faults were that he gave too little attention to the running game and tended to leave offensive linemen out on an island. Those th...