The Chicago Bears have filled their head coaching vacancy by hiring former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, who will have his work cut out for him in Chicago, as he inherits an offense that ranked 30th in points per game in 2017. The Bears have quarterback Mitch Tribusky on the roster, and Matt Nagy’s first offer of business will be to develop Tribusky into a star, and you can see some attributes in Tribusky (athleticism, accuracy) which remind you of a young Alex Smith so he should translate will to Matt Nagy’s offense. You have to believe that Matt Nagy thinks highly of Tribusky, because general manager Ryan Pace trades up to acquire Tribusky in the 2017 NFL Draft, and if a head coaching candidate did not enter their interview raving about Mitch Tribusky then Ryan Pace was not hiring him for the job. The Bears do have a strong running back tandem in Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen, and a promising young tight end in Adam Shaheen, but Tribusky has not had much else to work with offensively. Look for the Bears to be aggressive in pursuing playmaking wide receivers this offseason, who fit Matt Nagy’s offense, and who can help him develop Tribusky into a star.