Trestman needs to trust offense

Conservative approach by Bears coach must change if playoffs are in the cards

Updated: December 2, 2013, 11:00 AM ET
By Michael Wilbon | ESPNChicago.com

Marc Trestman was right about one thing Sunday: The loss in Minnesota wasn't Robbie Gould's fault.

It's entirely the head coach's fault. It's Trestman's fault. Put a microphone in front of any head coach at any level and he'll tell you his primary responsibility is to put his players in an advantageous position. Trestman didn't do that. He coaches as if he doesn't understand the strength of his team is offense. He's coaching as if he doesn't understand the potency of Matt Forte, Brandon ...

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