Trestman’s tenure in Chicago is over after two seasons.
Chicago failed to make the playoffs under Emery’s watch.
Trestman expects to be back next season. Forte sets NFL receiving record.
The Vikings held the Bears out of the end zone for the first time since 2012.
Coming into the season, the Bears organization and their fans were optimistic about what this team could accomplish.
The Bears wrap up their forgettable season with a trip to Minnesota and Durkin preview’s the game.
Despite a double-digit loss season, Marc Trestman insists everyone involved did their best.
There’s no sympathy for the end of the Marc Trestman era, given his actions.
As Bears fandom closes the book on a very forgettable 2014 season, consider what the team’s general manager said nearly two years ago.
“This isn’t the Chicago Bear way,” Robbie Gould says.
“It was certainly a good performance,” Marc Trestman says of Jimmy Clausen.
Starting Jimmy Clausen wasn’t the answer for Marc Trestman.
With Trestman reported to be out, Mike Shanahan’s name has surfaced.
Will the Bears switch to Jimmy Clausen spark their stalled offense?
“You think you’re going to be here a while,” Cutler says. “I’m still hopeful that’s going to be true.”
After being benched, Jay Cutler still says he wants to remain in Chicago.
Firing everyone with football operations input is the only move that makes sense for the Bears.
“I can’t hide from that,” Marc Trestman says in one of his more introspective moments.
“I didn’t sign up to be 5-9,” Trestman says.
General manager Phil Emery and coach Marc Trestman are under fire in a 5-9 season.