Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! It sounds like Trestman is a true "student of the game" who understands all phases pretty well. He's "hands on" with everything. He strikes me as a really solid "teacher" with the guys. He was absolutely amazing to watch coach at training camp. Nothing was too small to miss his attention. He was really positive with the players too. They clearly "got it" that he was just trying to make them better - and that THIS guy understood all aspects of the game. It was everything from a hand placement or footwork or whatever - he noticed and corrected. The guys learned. Lovie? I think he knew cover-2 defense. But even on defense he failed to adjust in big games. We lost too many of those games while he just gave his "wooden indian" impersonation on the sidelines.