• ARKUSH: Tough to fathom Trestman’s decision

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Nov 12, 2013
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    • McCown’s success shows how Trestman’s ‘O’ can be star-maker

      If Josh McCown can thrive in Marc Trestman’s offense, who else can? If Bears general manager Phil Emery isn’t asking himself that question, he should be. McCown’s success in three different relief appearances — one half against the Washington Redskins, …
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    • Trust goes both ways for Trestman, McCown

      As regrettable as Jay ­Cutler’s latest injury is, there was notably less angst than usual about Cutler’s eventual return after the bad news broke at Halas Hall on Monday. Confidence in backup Josh McCown — inside the building and out — is an at all-time…
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  • Marc Trestman’s refusal to admit Jay Cutler mistake is stunning

    RICK MORRISSEY: By the time he was replaced Sunday, Jay Cutler looked like an old horse headed for the rendering plant. He was limping, slouched, defeated.
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    • Trestman stands firm in decision to keep Cutler in game

      When Jay Cutler tore his left groin muscle Oct. 20 against the Redskins, the earliest diagnosed return was Nov. 24 in St. Louis — and, even then, he’d be considered week-to-week. The Bears quarterback raced back, started Sunday after only three weeks, a…
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