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Marc Trestman

Marc Trestman
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  • Time for Bears' George McCaskey to stop the stupid

    Time for Bears' George McCaskey to stop the stupid
    It’s showtime, George McCaskey. It’s your spotlight. It’s your decision. It's your franchise. This is not Marc Trestman’s deal on Mel Tucker. This is not Phil Emery’s deal on Trestman. This is not Ted Phillips’ deal...
  • Even if Lions game was pass-fail, the Bears would merit collective F

    Even if Lions game was pass-fail, the Bears would merit collective F
    The Bears didn't fail as much in the running game in Thursday's 31-17 road loss to the Lions as they abandoned it. Choosing not to run into what they clearly figured was a brick wall, coach Marc Trestman tried to direct the offense around the talented...
  • 5 storylines to watch as Bears play out string

    5 storylines to watch as Bears play out string
    It has been three years since the Bears played a regular-season game without any chance of making the playoffs. That's the bleak probability they face, though, after Thursday's 34-17 loss to the Lions dropped them three games out of a wild-card spot...
  • Identity crisis? Bears' pronounced struggles no longer a surprise

    Identity crisis? Bears' pronounced struggles no longer a surprise
    Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford came to his postgame news conference Thursday with a comfortable smile and a spring in his step, looking like a man with his confidence restored. After a three-game November stretch in which his offense totaled only 35...
  • Bears need new compass to get through season

    The Sports Xchange Bears need new compass to get through season LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears have looked lost on both sides of the ball most of this season and, after their 34-17 defeat in Detroit on Thanksgiving, it appears the season...
  • Bears' short passing game fails to replace effective running attack

    Bears' short passing game fails to replace effective running attack
    DETROIT — The Bears emerged from their week off in early November with an explicit desire to achieve a better balance between the run and pass. The opposite occurred in their 34-17 loss to the Lions. The Bears had a franchise-low eight rushes...
  • Two words for Trestman, Cutler and others: good and bye

    Two words for Trestman, Cutler and others: good and bye
    Does it really matter what Marc Trestman says anymore? Unless it’s goodbye, I mean. Same deal, Phil Emery and Mel Tucker. Ditto, Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall. All of you can go. After that collapse in Detroit in the biggest game of the...
  • Well, that's settled: season on scrap heap, playoff scenarios a mirage

    Well, that's settled: season on scrap heap, playoff scenarios a mirage
    DETROIT — After sacking Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford late in the third quarter of Thursday's 34-17 loss to the Lions at Ford Field, Bears defensive end Willie Young started performing for the Thanksgiving Day crowd. Young cast an imaginary...
  • Bears will have tough go of it against Lions

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT It's going to take more than coaches' impassioned halftime pleas or 15-yard touchdown drives for the Chicago Bears to do on Thanksgiving what they failed to do last season -- beat the...
  • Lovie Smith takes his mansion off the market

     Lovie Smith takes his mansion off the market
    Former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith this week took his 13-room Lake Forest mansion off the market. It had been listed for little less than three months at $1.99 million. It's not known if Smith, who is head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, just...
  • Huddle up: Lions' Calvin Johnson could pose big problem for Bears defense

    Huddle up: Lions' Calvin Johnson could pose big problem for Bears defense
    The Bears' season reaches a pivot point on Thanksgiving against the Lions. At 5-6, they need to beat an NFC North opponent to keep any realistic postseason hope alive. A loss would all but mathematically eliminate them from playoff contention, and it also...