I take it you mean seppuku, but nonetheless, good point.
That definitely speaks volumes about his confidence in the players. If he was trying to boost morale, that was not to way to go at it.
Either Trestman has to improve his interview skills or they have to get someone else out there to talk.
I don't think I saw anything out there that would've caused a penalty other than, perhaps, a delay of game, but even in that case, they'll only go...
I figured they'd be among the bottom in that category. They need to improve their run blocking and soon.
That's one thing to look forward to, unless Rodgers comes back for that game, but I digress.
This team is like a battleship that's taken one direct...
I say it's both Trestman and the D. Sure the D didn't do this team any favors, but kicking it on 2nd down was a bad idea.
A MASSIVE upgrade over Kellen Davis aka "Hands of Stone". Wish we would've kept Olson, though. He was coming along well before we traded him.
I feel the same way. It's not entirely his fault the D has sunk this low, but I won't be sad if he's gone, either.
Something must be up for the D to be paying this bad. This is looking like it's more than just injuries to key players, if you ask me.
That was one of the few good things about this game today.
Or better yet, Jacksonville.
Hopefully, Cutler's learning that he doesn't have to be so reckless with the ball in order to produce.
Apparently Kromer hasn't gotten the memo that it's all about gellin'. That's what Angelo was harping about last year. Kromer needs to get with the...
I'm not disappointed with that outlook. Given that the Bears brought in a new coaching staff, I didn't expect much from them this season. I took it...
In the past, yes. Now, no. He's big and sturdy, but as others have pointed out, he doesn't have a lot of years left in him, not to mention he'll be...
If they have to go against the Saints again, we can take a little solace in the fact that the Lions will get steamrolled...again.
I'm on the fence on this one. The one knock on Cutler, IMO, is that he's reckless at times. It's okay to have a little recklessness, but Jay's...
Losing a game like this is nothing short of aggravating, frustrating, and sickening. We'll probably finish ahead of the Packers this year, but end up...
Regardless of what Cutler or any other player believes, the head coach has the final word regarding who plays and who doesn't. Hopefully Trestman...
They probably would've stacked the box even more with McCown starting b/c they know McCown can't throw it deep. As shaky as Cutler was starting the...
McCown should've came in when Cutler was clearly showing signs that he was hurt.
Definitely one of the best offensive drives I've seen from the Bears in recent years. There was also a drive they had when they played San Diego a...
McCown did a good job in that game. As far as the completion percent argument goes, if it suffers due to him throwing the ball away when no one's...
All of them were great, but my favorite was the Trestman one. Good job!
This was a long time coming and the fact that this was the Bears' first win up there in 6 years is just icing on the cake.
Probably, though I don't think he'll be as good as he was when he last started for them.
He was also the only one to pick the Bears to win that Minnesota game from a few years back when Favre was playing.
I'll wait until the official report is out. If it is indeed a broken collarbone, then the Packers' season got torpedoed in a big way.
Cutler shouldn't rush to come back. He could make his injury even worse.
This was a statement game for the Trestman regime, that's for sure. To come in to Lambeau and beat the Pack is no small feat. Hopefully the trend...
Cutler may not be the right fit for the Trestman system. We shall see how he does when he comes back.
He was huge tonight. Caleb Hanie he is not, and that's a good thing.
I give the nod to Josh McCown.
With all of the problems on defense, I don't see the Bears using their 1st round pick on a QB unless one comes up that they absolutely can't miss. Of...
This is one of the few times I agree with Rosenbloom here. Just goes to show you that even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while.
Just gotta ask one question: Where did all this Chad Pennington talk come from, all of a sudden? His stats speak for themselves, I get that. I'm just...
1. Not a chance
2. Blitzing with the LBs is the only option for now.
3. Could get worse if things don't change soon.
4. I hope so
5. I hope so.
Drinking beer and playing video games. I'll occasionally check in on the games and see which ones are interesting.
The only way I'll get a Josh McCown jersey is if I find one at a yard sale.
I predict the Bears finish with a 9-7 record.
I don't think anyone was surprised that the Bears would struggle this season, but it doesn't make games like this any less frustrating, if you ask me.
Hester's not the threat he was in years past, but he's still a threat.
Yeah. It usually goes from "it could be bad" to "out for the rest of the season". Hope that's not the case.
What we learned:
From here on out, we're gonna have to score fast and early in between 30 and 40 points a game and hope the D gets a key stop here...
IMO, it's not that the offense's 2nd half performance is a problem, it's just that it comes too little, too late to make much of a difference in the...
They sorely needed this bye week, figuratively and literally speaking.
1st half issues aside, the offense is coming together. The defense, on the other hand, is falling apart. We don't have the players to run a Cover 2...
Sure, the D needs to get stops when they're needed, but the O needs to sustain a drive or two early on so the D doesn't get gassed.
Blanchard's still hurt, isn't he? If Cutler does have to miss some time, I have a feeling they'll give Jordan Palmer a ring to back up McCown.
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