Rank 'Em: Bears coaching candidates

December 31, 2012

For the first time in nine years the Bears are looking for a new head coach. After three straight head coaches with a defensive background, will they opt for an offensive coach?

The list of candidates seems to be growing by the day, and we've included all of them along with a few other intriguing names. Click on the images below to rank the coaching candidates. You must rank at least five for your vote to count.

Bears coaching candidates

Mike McCoy

Mike McCoy

Denver Broncos offensive coordinator

Dave Toub

Dave Toub

Bears special teams coordinator

Kyle Shanahan

Kyle Shanahan

Washington Redskins offensive coordinator

Pete Carmichael

Pete Carmichael

New Orleans Saints offensive coordinator

Bruce Arians

Bruce Arians

Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator

Jon Gruden

Jon Gruden

Monday Night Football analyst, former Buccaneers and Raiders head coach

Jay Gruden

Jay Gruden

Cincinnati Bengals offrensive coordinator

Greg Roman

Greg Roman

San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator

Keith Armstrong

Keith Armstrong

Atlanta Falcons special teams coordinator

Mike Sullivan

Mike Sullivan

Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator

Joe DeCamillis

Joe DeCamillis

Cowboys special teams coach

Tom Clements

Tom Clements

Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator

Marc Trestman

Marc Trestman

Montreal Alouettes (CFL) head coach

Rick Dennison

Rick Dennison

Houston Texans offensive coordinator

Darrell Bevell

Darrell Bevell

Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator

Mike Singletary

Mike Singletary

Minnesota Vikings assistant head coach/linebackers coach, former 49ers head coach

Mike Priefer

Mike Priefer

Minnesota Vikings special teams coordinator

Bill Cowher

Bill Cowher

Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach

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