Posts tagged "Marc Trestman"

The Bears Made A Wise Move By Hiring Ryan Pace To Be Their New General Manager

The Bears Made A Wise Move By Hiring Ryan Pace To Be Their New General Manager
The Chicago Bears found their man on Thursday. After firing general manager Phil Emery last Monday, it took 10 days for the Bears to replace him with Ryan Pace. Pace, 37, becomes the youngest general manager in the NFL currently. Pace comes over after 14 seasons working for the New Orleans Saints. He served the... Read more »

Week 17 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

Week 17 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings
The Bears will close out their disappointing 2014 regular season against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday afternoon. This marks the 108th meeting between these two NFC North rivals. The Bears trail the all-time series 51-54-2. They won the Week 11 meeting back at Soldier Field, 21-13. Entering this season the Bears... Read more »

Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Stranger, Cutler Is The Starter Again

Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Stranger, Cutler Is The Starter Again
Chicago Bears leaders Robbie Gould and Brandon Marshall had much to say about some hot topics Monday following Sunday’s 20-14 loss to Detroit. Jimmy Clausen, who started his first game since Jan. 2011 failed to earn a win despite a solid performance. He’s now 1-10 as an NFL starting quarterback, but it was announced on... Read more »
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It Doesn't Make Much Sense That Jay Cutler Is The Only Bear Being Held Accountable

It Doesn't Make Much Sense That Jay Cutler Is The Only Bear Being Held Accountable
Marc Trestman has made his decision. With two games remaining in the season, backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen will earn a start this Sunday in Detroit and not Jay Cutler. This move makes little sense money and personnel wise. As we all know Cutler signed a massive seven-year, $126 million extension this off-season with $54 million... Read more »

How Aaron Kromer Handled This Jay Cutler Report Was Unacceptable

How Aaron Kromer Handled This Jay Cutler Report Was Unacceptable
Aaron Kromer is surely out of a job and possibly an NFL head coaching gig in the near future. This notion comes after Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs reported on Thursday that the second-year Bears offensive coordinator made an “emotional and tearful apology” to the offense at Halas Hall this Monday. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport initially... Read more »

The Bears Continue To Make Us Scratch Our Heads After Yet Another Loss

The Bears Continue To Make Us Scratch Our Heads After Yet Another Loss
It’s almost impossible to sum up the 2014 Chicago Bears with just one word. Inconsistent, undisciplined, disappointing, crummy and unacceptable are just some words that can describe these Bears. However, the word that could possibly sum up these Marc Trestman led Bears in a whole is bummer. 2014 has been a letdown season after the... Read more »
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Week 12 NFL Game Preview: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears

Week 12 NFL Game Preview: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears will meet for the 55th time ever on Sunday afternoon. The Bears lead the all-time series 36-18 with the last meeting coming in 2011 at Wembley Stadium. The Bucs and Bears have met many times in the past since they were in the same division called the NFC... Read more »

Sunday’s Matchup Against Lovie Smith and The Bucs Is Big Even Though Trestman Won’t Admit It

Sunday’s Matchup Against Lovie Smith and The Bucs Is Big Even Though Trestman Won’t Admit It
When Lovie Smith arrives at Soldier Field you can bet the challenge between a former Bears coach and his successor will be intense. Second-year Bears coach Marc Trestman certainly didn’t make that known this week in a press conference with the Chicago media on Monday. Not only will Trestman be up against Lovie Smith (the... Read more »

Bears' Unraveling Season Is A Struggle For Everyone Involved

Bears' Unraveling Season Is A Struggle For Everyone Involved
It’s hard to understand how the 2014 Bears are currently sitting at 3-5 heading into their Week 9 bye. Fresh off their embarassing 51-23 loss to Tom Brady and the Patriots things look very bleak for this Bears team at the moment. Prior to the season, the expectations were very high in Marc Trestman’s second... Read more »
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Bears Put Together A Complete Four-Quarter Performance In Win Over Falcons

Bears Put Together A Complete Four-Quarter Performance In Win Over Falcons
Marc Trestman and the Bears finally put together their first complete four-quarter performance this season on Sunday. Give Trestman plenty of the credit for the 27-13 road win in Atlanta. Matt Forte was utilized to his full capabilities. He combined for 157 yards on 27 touches, including a game-high 80 rushing yards and 77 receiving yards... Read more »