Browsing Marc Trestman

NFL Rumors – Chicago Bears Players Unhappy About Jay Cutler Benched; Maybe Traded?

Posted on 19 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

The drama following the Chicago Bears this season continues. Jay Cutler has been benched which has made a lot of players on the team surprised, not to mention unhappy, but it all might be part of a grandiose plan to trade the disappointing quarterback. More

NFL Rumors – Chicago Bears Benching Jay Cutler & Starting Jimmy Clausen at Quarterback

Posted on 18 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

In a desperate effort to save his job and avoid being fired from the Chicago Bears, Marc Trestman is benching Jay Cutler in favor of Jimmy Clausen, hoping that this quarterback switch will somehow show the decision makers that the ending to this season isn’t going to be a complete disaster. More

Chicago Bears – Jay Cutler & Marc Trestman Hitting Rock Bottom

Posted on 11 Nov, 2014, by in Featured, NFL

Things can’t get any worse for the Chicago Bears, can they? Jay Cutler looks like a quarterback who has given up, Marc Trestman looks like a coach who knows he’s going to get fired, and a season that once again began with so much promise and expectations is imploding on all fronts at the nastiest and most humiliating of ways. More

The Chicago Bears & Jay Cutler Simply Aren’t That Good

Posted on 21 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

More than the Chicago Bears losing another game, what grabbed the headline in the day after was the situation in the locker room after the loss. But a below .500 record shouldn’t surprise anyone. The team, it’s head coach Marc Trestman and Jay Cutler are probably just not good enough to do anything more. More

Chicago Bears – Jay Cutler & Marc Trestman Losing the Little Credit They Have

Posted on 20 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

There’s no home field advantage for the Chicago Bears this season, losing 27-14 to the Miami Dolphins in Soldier Field. Marc Trestman isn’t having any success with his offensive ideas, as Jay Cutler reverts back to his old ways of costing his team games instead of winning them. More

Chicago Bears – Aaron Rodgers is Their Kryptonite

Posted on 29 Sep, 2014, by in NFL

Seeing Aaron Rodgers on the field, playing well and healthy, automatically makes the Chicago Bears worse. On defense, on offense. Maybe it has some psychological effect on Jay Cutler, who knows. What is clear is that some things don’t change, as the Green Bay Packers shake off the criticism and beat their biggest rivals 38-17. More

Chicago Bears – Focus Moves From Playoffs to Jay Cutler

Posted on 30 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

If the bottom line is the most important thing, than Marc Trestman becoming the head coach didn’t change anything. The Chicago Bears still missed the playoffs, as the defense continued to decline while the offense slightly improved. Something of a Zerio-sum game, which at the end of it comes the decision to keep or let go of Jay Cutler. More

Chicago Bears – The Jay Cutler Experience Isn’t for the Faint of Heart

Posted on 16 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

Choosing Jay Cutler over Josh McCown might have been a bad decision by Marc Trestman early on for the Chicago Bears, but by the end of their 38-31 win over the Cleveland Browns it turned out to be the correct one. No one argues with bottom lines, which is the Bears currently holding on to the lead in the NFC North, hoping for the Detroit Lions to slip up in their next game and later as well. More

Chicago Bears – An Absolute Mess on Offense

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

New offensive systems can fix certain faults with teams, but it seems like there’s something more profoundly wrong with the Chicago Bears, who can’t even win games when Jay Cutler isn’t throwing interceptions. More

Chicago Bears – Jay Cutler Simply Being Himself

Posted on 30 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Trying to change Jay Cutler from being a high-risk, high-reward kind of quarterback is going to take more time for Marc Trestman and the Chicago Bears, which results in multiple turnover games and sometimes holes that are dug too deep for some clutch fourth quarter quarterbacking to get them out of. More