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WindyCity


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:44 am    Post subject: Why Players Love Marc Trestman Reply with quote

ďWe play catch every day after practice and talk a little bit; a little father-son time,Ē Bennett said. ďItís always good to get to talk to him while we play catch. Heíll ask me what I thought about practice or different things like that, and I will tell him different things I do to get better and how I think I can help the team in the game plan this week, the plays I like. Itís just like our quiet time with one another at the end of the day.Ē

Quiet time and Bennett donít always go hand in hand, although the 26-year old begged to differ, saying he only turns on the charm once the television cameras start rolling.

Told about Bennettís father-son comment, Trestman bowed his head and laughed.

ďItís not the first time Iíve played catch with another player on the team,Ē Trestman said. ďAnd Iíve met Martellusí father. I appreciate the kind words, but heís a father who is a heck of a man as the father of two great kids. Iíve spent time with them and he doesnít need me to spend time as a father (figure), but I appreciate the compliment.Ē

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ForteOz


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If things keep going the way they have been for this team, I believe Trest has a real shot at coach of the year, or he should at least.

Right now I have to imagine Andy Reid is the front runner though, which is deserving.

But coming in to a bad team and making them better is a very different situation than coming in to a good team and taking them to the next level. Trest inherited a talented roster, but the guy he replaced was the winningest Bears coach most of us have watched, and he was *loved* by his players.

In every way except the level of talent he has to work with, I believe his job is more difficult.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



Interesting read..
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