• MORRISSEY: Trestman starts slow, goes gung-ho, now 1-0

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 9, 2013
    “We didn’t do a good job of getting off the field [Sunday] on the defensive side,” Trestman said. By the time it was over, the Bears had won 24-21 and Trestman had his first NFL victory. Trestman called Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins the Bears’ “No. 1 issue” and credited guards Matt Slauson and Kyle Long for keeping Atkins in check. It included keeping quarterback Jay Cutler “clean” all game, limiting the impact made by Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins, forcing the Bengals to use timeouts at inopportune times, having zero pre-snap penalties despite multiple snap counts and receiving big plays at big times from key players.
    Source: suntimes.com
    • More production from Matt Forte would please Marc Trestman

      The list of things coach Marc Trestman liked about the Bears’ offense in its debut against the Cincinnati Bengals was about as long at tight end Martellus ­Bennett’s wing span. It included keeping quarterback Jay Cutler “clean” all game, limiting the im…
      Source: suntimes.com
    • Marc Trestman wants more from Bears’ defense

      Coach Marc Trestman’s expertise might deal with offensive game plans and quarterback play, but that won’t prevent him from expecting and demanding more from his defense. Trestman was happy with the three takeaways and how the defense played in the fourt…
      Source: suntimes.com

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