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Marc Trestman

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  • Rushing only four, Bears got blitzed by Rodgers

    The Sports Xchange Rushing only four, Bears got blitzed by Rodgers LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- After two strong defensive efforts in back-to-back games on the coast, the game plans of Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker have again come under fire....
  • Rushing only four, Bears were blitzed by Rodgers

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT After two strong defensive efforts in back-to-back games on the coast, the game plans of Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker have again come under fire. Tucker was a...
  • Forte breaks loose for a big day

    Forte breaks loose for a big day
    Running back Matt Forte remained patient and confident after totaling only 54 yards in the last two weeks against the 49ers and Jets. He knew he'd be more involved in the game plan against a Packers defense that isn't as stout as the Bears' two previous...
  • Lots of Bears to blame, but it starts with Cutler

     Lots of Bears to blame, but it starts with Cutler
    Relax. It's the word that came out of Aaron Rodgers' mouth multiple times last week, as he urged legions of Packers fans to chill out after the uproar over the team's third 1-2 start in as many seasons. If only Jay Cutler could say the same thing...
  • Bears' deplorable defense behind this debacle

    Bears' deplorable defense behind this debacle
    Kid yourself into falling for the convenient local narrative, if you wish, that the Bears lost 38-17 Sunday at Soldier Field because Jay Cutler cannot beat the Packers. You even can use statistics to impress your friends: Cutler fell to 1-9 against...
  • Huddle up: Battered Bears need better running game

     Huddle up: Battered Bears need better running game
    After a pair of encouraging road victories, the Bears return to Soldier Field on Sunday for a key divisional game against the Packers. With kickoff closing in, here's our snapshot look at the game. Player in the spotlight Since making his worst...
  • Bears LB McClellin expected back as soon as two weeks with broken hand

    Bears LB McClellin expected back as soon as two weeks with broken hand
    Shea McClellin was declared “week to week” by Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman on Wednesday and the good news is it shouldn’t be too many weeks for the linebacker to be on the sideline with a broken right hand. McClellin underwent...
  • Illness keeps Jared Allen out of Bears practice

    Illness keeps Jared Allen out of Bears practice
    Defensive end Jared Allen missed the Chicago Bears' practice Thursday at Halas Hall because of an illness. The Bears told Allen to stay away from the facility while he recovers, and coach Marc Trestman wouldn’t provide any further details on a...
  • Jay Cutler playing at Aaron Rodgers-like level

    Jay Cutler playing at Aaron Rodgers-like level
    Jay Cutler didn't have to spell it out for Bears fans the way counterpart Aaron Rodgers did for Packers backers. But the longer a composed Cutler spoke Thursday at Halas Hall, the clearer it became what Sunday's game at Soldier Field represents to the...
  • Bears' defensive depth paying off so far

     Bears' defensive depth paying off so far
    Before the Bears' final defensive play Monday at MetLife Stadium, rookie Brock Vereen found himself scrambling. With the Jets lining up in a five-receiver set for a fourth-and-5 play from the Bears 9 and pushing for a potential game-tying touchdown,...
  • The balancing act of Martellus Bennett

     The balancing act of Martellus Bennett
    Martellus Bennett was energized and talkative in the corner of the visitor's locker room late Monday night. And when a happy Bennett channels his loquacious side, the only sensible course is to put a microphone in front of his mouth. His two touchdown...