By Dan Durkin-
(CBS) If Sunday’s game against the Vikings was in fact the last time Marc Trestman carries the title of head coach of the Chicago Bears, it’s quite fitting that the Bears offense — Trestman’s supposed specialty — was shut out of the end zone in their 13-9 loss to Minnesota.READ MORE: Local Businesses Hope For Similar Outcome Of Shoppers For Small Business Saturday
Just like the Bears were shut out of the playoffs for the second straight year. Just like Trestman may soon be shut out of Halas Hall.
The offense didn’t break the goal line for the first time since Week 10 of the 2012 season, when they lost 13-6 to the Houston Texans. Yet, in Trestman’s world, things are status quo. His focus is to trudge on with his process that leads to the bottom of the NFC North.
“The process is that I’m getting ready for tomorrow at 11:00 and putting a plan in place,” Trestman said. “That’s my focus and has been. To fix the things we need to fix the things we need to fix, that’s how I’m approaching it.”