The transformation of the Bears’ offense under Marc Trestman happened so quickly that no one could blame you if you already forgot about the Mike Martz Era or Mike Tice Era.
Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
One of the most dangerous aspects of the Bears may just be also the simplest.
Don’t do this whole thing again. Not in your fourth offense in Chicago.
Trestman’s objective is simple: coordinate an offense that puts the talent in position to make plays.
The quarterback from Santa Claus, Indiana just got another Christmas morning.
Well, this is never easy. Look, I think you’re a great guy. I do, really. Nine years! That’s a hell of a run. But it’s time.
So many questions, so much speculation, but given all measurable criteria, the need for change is obvious.
This is neither endorsement nor indictment of Lovie Smith.
I’ve had enough of this whole Mike Martz thing.
Now, unless there is an unforeseen performance from Webb, Williams or a scrapheap left tackle that doesn’t appear to actually exist, chances seem slim that the Bears’ 26-year championship drought will end this fall.
Former Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz is moving to the broadcast arena, as an analyst for NFL football games on Fox television.
A week into training camp, it would be fair to describe the Cutler-Tice relationship as the exact opposite of the Cutler-Martz relationship.
Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice has a chance to get back to the top of his profession if he can help transform the offense into one of the most productive and consistent units in the league.
As we count down to Bourbonnais, a panel of 15 670 The Score hosts, reporters and producers ranked their top 10 most important Bears players for the 2012 season.
If you listen beyond the same propaganda you hear every year — and of course see the upgraded talent on the field — it’s easy to buy into what the Bears are selling.
Just three months ago, I offered some advice to newly hired Bears general manager Phil Emery, and for the most part he took it.
Phil Emery is getting a lot of credit today, for things he may or may not be accomplishing.
One NFL expert thinks Tice was one of the main factors that propelled the team to its five-game winning streak before Jay Cutler’s injury.
Sources tell WSCR that Tice was unhappy about the team’s public position that he needed so much help to do his job, and made his feelings known to Lovie Smith.