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.
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.
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.
Here are Jeff Joniak’s “Keys to the Game” for the Bears as they take on the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
190 total yards in the biggest game of the season. That just about says it all.
While the Bears continue to try to win with defense, the rest of the league is separating itself. Nowhere is that more evident than in the Bears’ own division where the Packers have now beaten them six straight times.
With a crushing divisional loss to the Vikings on Sunday, the Bears (8-5) have now dropped four of their last five games and continue to struggle to find any type of consistency on offense.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following their 23-17 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks Sunday.
Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, rhythm was somehow found and largely sustained against a decent Vikings defense as the Bears ended a two-game slide with a 28-10 victory.
Offensive coordinator Mike Tice said earlier Wednesday that the team was considering all options on the offensive line. Well, the first shakeup has occurred.
Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice got the message.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following the 49ers’ 32-7 thumping of the Bears at Candlestick Park Monday night.
All that talk from Lovie Smith about how his team hadn’t peaked yet? Well, after Monday night’s 32-7 disaster against the 49ers, it’s clear the Bears are going backwards.
It’s been a while since we’ve had an “everybody sucks” game.
Evan Rodriguez is getting healthier and offensive coordinator Mike Tice hinted that Rodriguez could see more playing time and might even get involved in the passing game.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears after their 13-6 loss to the Houston Texans Sunday night at Soldier Field.
When you have a Jay Cutler and a Brandon Marshall, an offensive coordinator can be—hell, probably should be—aggressive.