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Marc Trestman

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  • 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...
  • Unprepared, undisciplined, unfocused -- again

    Unprepared, undisciplined, unfocused -- again
    The Bears weren’t ready to start the game. Again. They were undisciplined. Again. They were mistake-prone. Again. They couldn’t stop the run. Again. That’s on the coach. A lot of the Bears’ inexplicably awful performance in...
  • Escape from Green Bay

    Escape from Green Bay
    If you're one of those fans who watched Monday's Bears-Packers game simply to pass the time before the release of "Call of Duty: Ghosts" on Tuesday, well, that's understandable. However, you might not have realized Marc Trestman's team strikes a...
  • By Zeus, these Bears are exciting!

    By Zeus, these Bears are exciting!
    If you suddenly feel the urge to reevaluate Shea McLellin's career, I'm right there with you. After sacking Aaron Rodgers and breaking his collarbone, some would call that a game changer. I'm calling it a "season changer" and as a result, I'll say it....
  • Nooooo! Too many Bears lows against Detroit

    Nooooo! Too many Bears lows against Detroit
    In the end, the Bears' scrappy effort wasn’t enough. "It was really a day of missed opportunities," coach Marc Trestman said. Settling for a field goal. Costly penalties. They were just part of the equation in Sunday’s 21-19 loss to...
  • Looking back at the Chicago Bears' loss to the Detroit Lions

    Looking back at the Chicago Bears' loss to the Detroit Lions
    Lions 21, Bears19 Strategy: The Bears offense has a different look to it under new coach Marc Trestman, who was known as an offensive innovator in the CFL. The Bears use a vertical passing attack to take advantage of strong-armed quarterback Jay...
  • Honeymoon's over for Trestman, just like these other coaches

    Honeymoon's over for Trestman, just like these other coaches
    Bears coach Marc Trestman broke a lot of Chicago hearts Sunday. By leaving in a clearly injured Jay Cutler at quarterback instead of opting for clearly capable backup Josh McCown, he may have cost the Bears the game and, due to tiebreakers and other...
  • Pretty 'amazing' Tucker hasn't taken hits for Bears' defense

    Pretty 'amazing' Tucker hasn't taken hits for Bears' defense
    Julius Peppers talked about making a simple Bears defense simpler. OK. Fine. But what’s simpler than assigning one player one gap? I’ll hang up and listen for another explosive play. It only takes one player failing to do his job to...
  • Speaking of sports

     
    Seems pointless at this hour to add my voice to those criticizing Bears coach Marc Trestman for his wimpy, ill-fated decision Sunday to try for a game-winning, 47-yard field goal in overtime when the Bears had the ball second-and-7 at......
  • Pump the brakes on giving Cutler's job to McCown

    Pump the brakes on giving Cutler's job to McCown
    Not to diminish Josh McCown’s terrific game Monday night, but the Cowboys came in with the worst defense in the league. Worse even than the Bears’. Sure, McCown showed poise in finding open receivers downfield and even showed some shake in...
  • Time to ask if the Bears are soft

    Time to ask if the Bears are soft
    Are the Bears tough enough? Is that a fair question to ask of the players on the Bears defense? I mean, they lost the line of scrimmage again. Both lines of scrimmage, actually, and in a big way in Philadelphia. That’s where things start....