I don't know how the season could get much worse than this. Every season has its share of adversity, but the bottom has pretty much fallen out this year with the injuries to key players - including Cutler going down to serious injury. The situation was already bad enough with the roster problems Emery inherited from the Jerry Angelo years of atrophy of talent. I wouldn't wish this situation on any Bears coach, especially a guy in his 1st season as an NFL head coach. But since we're in crisis-mode anyway, it will be a fascinating opportunity to see how Marc Trestman reacts. It would take a miracle to do much of anything good with the remaining set of healthy survivors that we have left to play. Guys who are marginal (at best) to be in the NFL a year from now, are getting playing time. We even lost our starting QB and, McCown, an old guy who was an out-of-work NFL player - a high school football coach - is now our starting QB. If Trestman can make some significant positive adjustments under these circumstances, it will be very impressive. I don't see how it's possible, but you never know. Wouldn't it be outrageous if went into Lambeau after this bye week and beat the Packers? I can't wait so see how Trestman reacts while under extreme pressure here.