For this set of data, I wanted to look at the Chicago Bear’s stats from the Lovie Smith era to the present.

Chicago Bears 2004-2013
Year Team W L T SRS OSRS DSRS MOV SOS
2004 CHI 5 11 0 -8.24 -7.77 -0.46 -6.25 -1.99
2005 CHI 11 5 0 1.39 -6.60 7.99 3.62 -2.23
2006 CHI 13 3 0 7.90 4.54 3.36 10.75 -2.85
2007 CHI 7 9 0 1.22 0.58 0.65 -0.88 2.10
2008 CHI 9 7 0 2.10 2.00 0.10 1.56 0.54
2009 CHI 7 9 0 -3.89 -1.03 -2.86 -3.00 -0.89
2010 CHI 11 5 0 4.11 -1.16 5.27 3.00 1.11
2011 CHI 8 8 0 1.65 0.79 0.87 0.75 0.90
2012 CHI 10 6 0 6.94 0.78 6.17 6.12 0.82
2013 CHI 4 2 0 -0.87 4.76 -5.63 1.83 -2.70

 

We had touched a bit on Chicago’s stats in our article about the Carolina Panthers, but I was still curious about performance of this team into the present. How much better is Marc Trestman‘s offense? It is substantially better, but the fall off in defensive productivity is potentially undermining to the new found offensive prowess.