The season is lost, but they still need to evaluate their players for next year.
The Bears are moving Chris Williams to LT. I like the move. Williams was the first round pick last year and was supposed to be the LT for the next decade. He was injured pretty much all of last year and has played RT because the Bears signed Pace. Pace has been poor and Williams has not done as well learning RT. This move makes sense. Get Williams in his natural position.
Kevin Shaffer - who has started a lot of NFL games - plugs in at his natural RT position.
I'd like to see Beekman at LG and Omiyale at RG. Beekman and Omiyale have both played LG but have struggled (partly because Pace has struggled). Let these guys play out the rest of the year and get set for next year.
Run the ball to try to get into a better offensive rhythm.
On D there is a fair amount of work to do. The linebackers have been hurt, but they seem like a solid bunch. It looks to me like Ogunleye constantly takes himself out of plays and messes up outside contain responsibilities. This may be the result of being in a contract year and seeing Gaines Adams come in. He may see that he will be out and is trying to pad his sack total to try to earn a contract somewhere else.
In any event the D line needs work (yet again). In the secondary, Alfalava seems like he can develop. Tillman is good, Bowman is inconsistent (but young). But there is too much soft coverage and the safety play still needs work.
Lovie has to keep the Bears playing competitive and build some type of momentum for next year - or he should be fired. In the off-season, there will need to be some coaching changes to get back on track. Even if Lovie does not go, there needs to be a new defensive scheme and better O-line and QB coaches (at the very least).