Adam Gase is largely credited with Jay Cutler's 2015 performance that was arguably the best season of his career, and while Cutler clearly enjoyed working with Gase, he also consistently gave credit to the Bears quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains for being a leader for the offense.
On Saturday, Adam Gase was officially hired away as the Miami Dolphins next head coach, and Adam Schefter quickly pointed out that, according to sources, Loggains was already the front-runner to replace Gase.
Bears QB coach Dowell Loggains is now considered the leading candidate to replace Adam Gase as Chicago's offensive coordinator, per sources.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 9, 2016
We discussed this a couple weeks ago, and it wold be no surprise if the Bears ensured offensive continuity by promoting Loggains as their next offensive coordinator.
If so, fans could expect 2016's offensive schemes to look almost identical, but more than likely with significantly more weapons to work with.