Tag Archives: Marc Trestman

Episode 20: Good News Bears — Welcome to Chicago, John Fox, Vic Fangio

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Jordan and I welcome to the podcast a diehard Bears fan and friend of the show, the man behind the Twitter handle @ChicagoBearJew. Among the topics the three of us discuss:

  • The Packers’ collapse against the Seahawks
  • The good vibes around the team following the signings of head coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio
  • Marc Trestman signing on in Baltimore to be the Ravens’ offensive coordinator (?!)
  • How @ChicagoBearJew got blocked on Twitter by Greg Gabriel, the Bears’ former head of college scouting
  • What’s next on the Bears’ off-season to-do list
  • Is Adam Gase a good fit as the Bears’ next offensive coordinator?

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Episode 18: The Next Chicago Bears GM Will Be …

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Who will be the next general manager of the Chicago Bears? The next head coach? Jordan and I take a look back at what when wrong with Marc Trestman‘s and Phil Emery‘s time in Chicago and discuss potential candidates to fill each position.

Also discussed:

  • How does Jay Cutler‘s presence affect who the Bears hire as head coach?
  • Who should the next GM be looking at in this year’s NFL Draft class?
  • What moves need to be made with current Bears players?

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Episode 14: Week 11 Preview vs. Vikings — Yes, Mel Tucker Still Has A Job

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In this week’s episode, Jordan and I try to keep things positive after the Bears’ embarrassing loss to the Packers on Sunday night. It’s difficult, though, when you consider Jay Cutler is now 1-11 vs. the Pack and the last NFL to allow 50+ points in consecutive games played with leather helmets. (They were the Rochester Jeffersons of the 1920s.)

Topics discussed include Brandon Marshall‘s blunt assessment of the team — “life is tough right now,” he said —  confusion both on and off the field and how defensive coordinator Mel Tucker still has a job. (We don’t have an answer for the last question; we’re just as confused as you are.)

We also discuss this week’s game against the Vikings and how a few players who may not be household names could spell trouble for the Bears at Soldier Field.

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SHOW NOTES

• Can the Bears’ woes on defense be summed up as simply as this year’s players simply aren’t very good?

• How has defense coordinator Mel Tucker avoided being fired?

• How Marc Trestman isn’t saying anything that inspires confidence that a turnaround could be in the cards

• How does Eddy Lacy score a 56-yard TD on a screen pass?

• Is there a silver lining in all the Bears’ offensive woes?

• Is Brandon Marshall‘s doom and gloom assessment of the team accurate? Does it illustrate off-the-field problems?

• Vikings have 30 sacks this season; what’s the Bears’ answer for guys like Chad Greenway and Anthony Barr?

• How Kyle Rudolph and Chase Ford could spell trouble for a defense that has struggled against TEs

• How Jerrick McKinnon has helped Minnesota fans forget Adrian Peterson

• What’s the key to slowing down Teddy Bridgewater?

• Can the Bears take advantage of the Vikings’ problems on the offensive line?

LINKS

VIDEO: Mark Kriegel explaining the Bears’ woes on NFL Network (Twitter)

Brandon Marshall: “When you’re looking at 3-6, there’s not much hope” (CBS Sports)