For the 1st Time in his Tenure I'm seriously questioning Trestman

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  1. BelieveInMonsters

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    With the news of the locker room chaos pointing to the fact that Trestman may have already lost his players and the Blake Costanzo comments after the game saying that Trestman has turned the Bears soft, I'm seriously starting to question our coach.

    Add in the fact that with the offensive weapons we have, at some point their struggles have to be put on the Coach's shoulders for not utilizing his players correctly. It looks like Mr. CFL is getting out coached at the NFL level.

    I'm not sure that Trestman is the man for the Chicago Bears job.

    Who is with me? Against me? Why?
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    I think many are considering this, as am I. But if I can put off wanting Tucker fired, I can wait and watch Trestman a little more. He is a great human being. Football is a violent sport with some really A type personalities. They have the same in Canada and he seemed able to cope with them. For some reason, I think he just is too soft though.
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    Well I am not for him or against him yet. The one thing I do want to point out is that Bruce Arians was a finalist for our coach and he has done wonders with a lot less in Arizona... Maybe he wanted to go to the cards but I believe now like I iDid then we had better options available at the time
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    I'm always ahead of the curve with this team, and I hate it.
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    I think they went with Trestman because he thought he could "fix Cutler"
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    Last season was the "one step forward", this is the "two steps backward".

    I'm not calling for Trestman's head (and I doubt anyone here is either), but the ENTIRE offense underperforming is on him. Just like when Lovie took over the defense after firing Babich.
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    Tom Landry, Chuck Knoll, Bill Walsh, Tony Dungy

    Just a list of nice guys who got the job done without being a-holes.

    The players are the ones that are supposed to be nasty. Ours aren't.
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    I question how the hell Trestman felt it was a good idea to only run it 2x's in the first half against a Miami team that is 2nd in D against he pass. That's why I question him. He and Cutler are WAY to pass happy.
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    For the record I'm not calling for Trestman's head yet.

    But right now things aren't looking too good for him at all IMO.
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    I think Trestman is being a good guy to Cutler and letting him play aggressive, which is what you don't want...lol. Cutler is not a bright man it seems, so call smart plays for him....
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    you mean like spade him?
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