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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by The Benjamin, Nov 10, 2013.
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I'm taking 2, Trestman obviously, but the OL didn't do squat today, either in protecting the qb, or opening holes for the run game. Garza got OWNED on that 2 pt conversion.
Trestman. Several bad calls including not taking the 3 pts AND letting Cutler play.
Trestman lost it for the team. Jay got battered out there, so the OL wasn't helping the situation.
somebody who doesnt know that our coach is named Marc
What? the OL did a great job protecting Jay, he had all day to make his throws. Had Jay not been injured already, he couldve easily shaken off the hits he received in the pocket, they were your standard pressure hits, every QB has them.
Testman for not putting in McCown and whoever is supposed to have a play that will get you 2 points in those rare occasions. They had two shots and failed miserably both times.
I would have never thought this day would come but Trestman claims this lose completely and definitively. That was by far the dumbest coaching job I have seen in years and that's saying something with the clowns we have had over the years. All he had to do was remove cutler in the start of 3qt and we win the game. Wow...just wow Cutler is so afraid to let Josh play it's amazing. Oh Cutler likes Josh but not when he starts kicking his ass as the Bears QB and Cutler gets the coaches to go along with it. Everyone can see Jay's hurt and I mean everyone but Trestman makes change on last set of downs to prove himself wrong. That is a fail at coaching on all levels you prove yourself wrong and you still lose the game.
They gave up 2 sacks and 11 qb hits and countless pressures. even w/a healthy McCown in they still were getting the the qb; and again they were not opening any holes for Forte, or Bush.
Trestman and give one to Slaussen for that hold on the Forte TD
This one is on Trestman.
McCown is playing with a hot hand right now. McCown has a QB rating this season of over 100, and today he had 123.4. The guy is playing some good ball for a backup. There was no need to rush Jay into playing today. By starting Jay too soon we risked losing him for a longer time this season than is necessary. Factoring in the Green Bay situation, a McCown win today would have been HUGE. I will always believe that with McCown starting this game - we win. And consequently take over sole 1st place in the NFC-N. Now though, we have lost 2 to the division leading Detroit Lions. It's a tough break for sure. Trestman didn't help us by starting Jay too soon, and he hurt us with some bad play calling today, IMHO.
Man, we GAVE one away today. Absolutely gift wrapped it and mailed it in. We should be sitting at first place in the NFC-N right this minute, with a good shot at being division champions this year. Instead we shot craps. I just hope Trestman learns from this today. That's the only "positive" I take away from this loss. I believe he's better than Lovie and will learn from this.
The running game is a separate issue.
But the QB hits are not all on the OL, Jay is to blame for some for waiting so long to throw.
Marc Trestman. Period.
And thanks to Slauson for that stupid penalty.
Goddammit, we could have won this freakin game.
While I tend to agree w/that sentiment, the run game is not a separate issue, and McCown was hurried all last drive also.
Its separate in the fact that they can be good in one area, but suck in another.
That two point conversion was terrible....a play action to the slant.... would od been O.T. Just having Jay out there was bad. Let him heal and we could of won the game with Josh.
Too many red zone failures. The INT, two end zone drops by Jeffrey, the holding penalty on Forte TD, not taking the FG, dumb play calling. This was a very winnable game. Depressing.
Trestman gets the deflated ball on several counts, but mostly for waiting way too long to bring in McCown.
It's called autocorrect hell
Cutler is saying the groin wasn't an issue today. It was the rolled ankle. I guess I was wrong. It sure looked like he was hindered in the first half to me, prior to the ankle, but Jay says no, it was the ankle.