If you experience buyer’s remorse after making a deal – whether it’s for a car, house or quarterback – then you need two things for fix it: a way out of unwinding the mistake, and an alternative.
Bears head coach Marc Trestman has alluded to the concept of “complimentary football” to describe a team where each phase supports the others by doing its job to at least an adequate level.
The only thing more humbling than the bumbling the Bears went through in weeks seven through nine would be if Marc Trestman's predecessor and the quarterback he chose not to keep were riding high,
The most significant aspect of Sunday and Monday relative to Marc Trestman had nothing to do with how he handled a press conference.
The Minnesota Vikings lost starting quarterback Matt Cassel to a broken foot in Game 3 and were “forced” to turn to a rookie, one that they thought enough of to trade up in this year’s draft to se