I think teams make a mistake when they lock into hiring one specific kind of coach. You have to be open-minded when you enter a hiring process. The objective is to find the best man who can lead an entire organization, not the best offensive mind. The NFL has seen a lot of offensive wizards come down the pike who have made terrible head coaches. Just being able to run an offense well does not quality a coach to run a whole team. That being said, I think it's always preferable to hire a head coach with an offensive background, if all things are equal. The reason is it's difficult to find good offensive coordinators, and if you can find one and he does a good job, he'll probably leave to be a head coach before long. As for Kelly, I do believe he is headed for the NFL this year, and he has a chance to be a very good pro coach. I think it's a long shot he will be headed for Chicago though. If the Bears hired Kelly, they would have to change a lot of pieces on offense, starting with the quarterback. I don't think Jay Cutler would fit into Kelly's offensive philosophy.