Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Things I saw that I expected to see: 1) A team that can score points (I could never have said that last year) 2) A team that does not quit 3) No real DL pressure (unfortunately, I could not have said that last year either). So far, I am not impressed with Tucker. I was more concerned with O this year since we had a completely new OL, many new players and a completely new scheme. Tucker had the benefit of pretty much an elite (but aging) defensive group. The LB are in transition, but they seem capable. Maybe Urlachers leadership was more important than I thought. I certainly am not seeing much from Tucker. The D should be stouter than it is. So I expected a lack of pressure again (after seeing the first two games) but at the same time I don't understand it and it should not be. 4) A 3-0 record (would not have said this at the beginning of the year, but after the first two games I thought we would win this) 5) A bears team with no pass rush and no Tillman safety valve is going to give up points. Things I did not expect to see 1) Trestman got outcoached. I do believe that Trestman is one of the best offensive minds in football (ok, Tice is also, but in a different sense), and although LeBeau is one of the best defensive minds, I did not expect Trestman to lose that chess match. Now the Bears are a young team, and don't have all of the Trestman plays in the toolbox yet, but this was unexpected. 2) such a fast start. We had 17 points before I knew it. That does not normally happen. But then LeBeau made his adjustments and life got tougher for us. I actually thought we might lose the game for about 15 minutes. A couple of thoughts. 1) With Melton down, a non effective DL is in even more trouble. I am not sure Tucker is the guy to get us out of this mess. I know it's early, but honestly, his job should have been easy compared to Trestmans 2) I am concerned about the Detroit game. I am 50-50 or maybe 55-45 on it. I think Long might handle Suh fairly well, but Suh is a high strung dirty player and if he gets flustered, I would not put it past him to try to injure someone on purpose. He has done it before and that's just the way he is. 3) I am very happy with this years team. I think we have a serious chance at the post season. At the same time, unless we can put pressure on the QB, we can't go far. We have to be able to put pressure on the QB. We need two Tillman's in their prime to be able to cover that flaw, and no team has that. Tucker needs to get his act together.