I think the numbers shown on the first page of the thread show the stats. He sits at about #11 in terms of wins. basically he is at about the 1/3 line of coaches 11 out of 32. I'd like to see us get a better HC, but I would not get rid of him just because of his lackluster sideline demeanor or any of the other stuff. He is solid and the players respond to him. The chances of geting someone worse than him are 2/3 better than getting someone better than him. I think if Emery can do his research and truly pull a top 5 (or even better top 3) coach into Chicago, I am all for moving away from Lovie.
I don't see Lovie as a guy that makes much of a difference. I think he relies on his coaches. You just can't say the same about Harbough in SF. He drives the team and his coaches do it his way and he is good enough to know the right way. That's what I'd like to see here in CHicago. barring that, I think we stay with the devil we know.