Mid-season changes not likely
One of the men on the hot seat is Chicago Bears skipper Dick Jauron. Over his four-plus seasons in the Windy City, the Bears' record is 28-39. But the more telling mark is that the midway monsters have lost 15 of their last 17 games, and there doesn't seem to be a great deal of hope that things will be turned around in the immediate future.
In his defense, the Bears were decimated with injuries last year and this year things aren't much better. With an offensive line that has been patched more than a country quilt, teams have blitzed the Bears mercilessly and they haven't had an answer for it.
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