Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! I was listening to The Football Guys podcast today and they brought up a segment on the Bears. They described Trestman as an "Egghead," and that was meant in a good way. I enjoy watching the Harbaughs and the Ryans get emotional on the sidelines but Emery seems like he puts the analytical approach on top of his pyramid. I agree with this emphasis. If you can't be self motivated in this game and learn from your mistakes, I don't think you have a spot in the NFL to start with. Emotions, desire, yeah it is important. What you need to gain the bigger advantage today is a better plan that is fluid and geared towards your situation. You don't have to create a new style you have to know when to adapt and change up into a better one for the next play/series/game etc. For example, I couldn't tell you Lovie's defensive system was bad, it was is a damn good scheme. What I like are the different attempts and changes being done towards giving it a fresh look. I'm not the best at breaking things down past the very basics... I'm still learning this game. However, with my limited knowledge as a fan it sure feels like the Bears have improved under this new staff. I like the theory anyways, and look forward to seeing the results. The one thing I worry about down the road is with special teams and the turnover mentality. It's been a Bear trait and one that is needed on any Championship Defense/ST. This mentality will be carried over onto this new staff because of the players, but will it be instilled into the new blood as much as it was under Lovie?