Full-text transcript of Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman's Wednesday press conference…
Tucker: "Everything is correctable"
Chicago Bears coordinator Mel Tucker, whose defense gave up a season-high 258 rushing yards to the St. Louis Rams last week, doesn't see any value in dwelling on the negative. In order for his unit to get better, he's accentuating the positive. "We showed [the players] a series of clips from the previous game. I think there were 10-12 clips of everyone on defense, in the run game, doing exactly what they were supposed to do, and they were 1-, 2-, 3-yard gains. So that's encouraging," Tucker said today. "We're looking to build off of those plays. And if you can get that type of execution in a game on a consistent basis, then you have a chance to stop people. So we're building on what we've shown that we can do in games, with the guys that we do have. We just need to do it on a more consistent basis." Consistency has been a big issues this year for Tucker and the defensive players, which is why they are currently ranked dead last in the league in stopping the run. "Typically, it's...
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