Dick Jauron


Sometimes the issue is as much the medium as the message. And of course, sometimes it’s both, which is how the Bears’ current situation appears.


After a 3-0 start last season, the Bears have gone 8-12 under Marc Trestman, and one inescapable suspicion is that the NFL has figured him out.


Continuing on with a theme Davids Haugh and Kaplan and I talked over on


When the Bears opted away from Jerry Angelo and for Phil Emery as general manager, it was with precisely this weekend in mind.


One of the critical factors in Marc Trestman’s selection as Bears head coach was the organization’s belief that he and his staff were up the job of truly developing Jay Cutler, with Cutler early o