Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by JustAnotherBearsFan99, Sep 20, 2013.
I thought that was fake until I followed the link. Just weird.
I think Bennett is probably the most eclectic player in the NFL. I would not want to be trapped inside his head for any period of time. Crazytown!!
Coach Trestman uses Oompa-Loompa's to help develop our game plans. We're unstoppable.
I love the characters that are starting to form from this team. What Trest is promoting in the organization is for people to be who they are and not to hide who they are in their personalities. What better way to get people to perform at their peak level when people are free and comfortable to be themselves. How he started the process is when he had all the players interact with each other telling each something about themselves at lunch and in locker rooms next to different positions guys throughout camp. Giants HC and most NFL coaches are control freaks to the point where these players hide who they truly are in fear exposing their true personality. Fearful it may be frowned upon so they put on image that fits their coach's image.
So when Martellus says his coach is a genius he is not far off. His coach is a, sociologist, psychologist, and handles the media like no other Bear coach I have seen. Look at who he reached out to right away when he became coach, daCoach Ditka and he get's his respect. He brings daCoach in and exposes the team to his personality having him to talk that still resonates with the players even today. Trestman not only endearing himself to Ditka but to all the fans that luv DITKA. It's frickin brilliant or should I say genius.
I just can't figure out if the guy is crazy, dumb as a rock, or a genius. I LOL when I read the crazy stuff he says. And now we have an ESPN sports writer picking up on the shtik.
He's definitely not dumb as a rock; if you follow him on Twitter, you would think the complete opposite as dumb. I think he borders crazy/genius (low end of genius). I love listening to him. Not only is he funny, but he's insightful. Plus, he's off to a pretty good start on the field!
Marc "Wonka" Trestman
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