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Tales from the Tape: Too Cute
Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman has been working as an offensive coach in the NCAA, CFL and NFL for more than 30 years. During that time, he's worked for and with some of the most well-respected offensive minds in the game – not the least of which was Bill Walsh, the legendary 49ers coach credited with creating the famed West Coast system that Trestman runs to this day. Having designed so many plays and game plans, and calling countless games as a coordinator or head coach, Trestman has developed a knack for creative and innovative play calling. His offenses have always had success, which includes the current job he's doing in Chicago. Through just nine games this year, Trestman's offense is by far the most cohesive and productive unit the Bears have fielded in more than 20 years. Yet at times, getting too cute at crucial points in a contest can blow up in one's face. Such was the case yesterday when Trestman made three key mistakes in play call and design, the result of...
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