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Marc Trestman

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  • Ravens, storm no match for Bears

    Ravens, storm no match for Bears
    Bears 1, Mother Nature 0. Amid a swath of severe weather, the Bears had a chance to pull into a first-place tie in the NFC North on Sunday. All they had to do was beat struggling Baltimore, a team that only slightly resembled the reigning Super Bowl...
  • Do you trust Emery and Trestman to fix the defense?

    Do you trust Emery and Trestman to fix the defense?
    What does Phil Emery know about defense? Other than his top draft picks in his first two years apparently can’t play it, I mean. What does Marc Trestman know about defense? Other than his choice of defensive coordinator can’t teach it to...
  • Defense: Overhaul could include switching to 3-4

    Defense: Overhaul could include switching to 3-4
    Expiring contracts: Charles Tillman, Henry Melton, Corey Wootton, Major Wright, D.J. Williams, James Anderson, Jeremiah Ratliff, Zack Bowman, Nate Collins, Kelvin Hayden, Craig Steltz, Landon Cohen. Hot topic: Is Mel Tucker safe? Or isn't he?...
  • Cutler can show he's money (or counterfeit)

    Cutler can show he's money (or counterfeit)
    Stevie Sunshine is here to wish you a happy Boxing Day and to bring you the gift of, well, sunshine. I have found the upside of the Bears’ joke of a defense. No lie. I have unearthed the one positive from the historically pathetic run defense....
  • Bears are bad, but Lions remain worse

    Bears are bad, but Lions remain worse
    The Choice (and remember, death is not an option): The Bears' retaining defensive coordinator Mel Tucker or the Lions’ embarrassment trying to hire a head coach? The chokefest that marked the way these NFC North rivals closed the regular season...
  • New Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison has diverse coaching background

    Rick Dennison was a linebacker by trade for nine seasons with the Denver Broncos, not a quarterback. Although Dennison has never been a quarterbacks coach before, he's worked closely with them in his capacity as an offensive coordinator. Now, Dennison...
  • Ravens' pass rushing duo stopped vs. Chicago

    Ravens' pass rushing duo stopped vs. Chicago
    Pro Bowl outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil entered Sunday with a combined 17 sacks, but were stonewalled by the Bears’ offensive line. They combined for just one tackle and no sacks. “They were chipping the edges quite a...
  • Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears-Raiders

    Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears-Raiders
    OAKLAND, Calif — Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears scored 27 points with the starters in the first half Friday night against the Raiders en route to a 34-26 preseason victory at O.co Coliseum. 1. Tom Flores, the distinguished former coach of...
  • A sign of Cutler's growth (maybe, hopefully, perhaps)

    A sign of Cutler's growth (maybe, hopefully, perhaps)
    You couldn’t miss Jay Cutler’s spreading the ball around in the Bears’ first-half vivisection of the Oakland Raiders on Friday. I mean, he threw to three different tight ends in the first quarter alone, or two tight ends and the...
  • The bigger Cutler question for Trestman

    The bigger Cutler question for Trestman
    Marc Trestman sounded optimistic that Jay Cutler would start Sunday.  One question, of course, is whether Cutler would finish the game. The doctors cleared Cutler to practice at full speed and Trestman planned to put him through a full-speed workout...
  • Bears let victory slip away

    Bears let victory slip away
    MINNEAPOLIS — Blank stares. Hard swallows. Heads shaking, bobblehead style, side to side in utter disbelief. Misery engulfed the visiting locker room Sunday at the Metrodome. After a long and emotionally draining game that required overtime to...