It took some time for Trestman's offense to get churning Sunday, but the Bears came back from an 11-point deficit in the second half against the Cincinnati Bengals, a potential playoff contender. That's the type of comeback we rarely see in the Windy City.
A pivotal play in the game was a fourth-and-inches call from the Bengals' 27, with the Bears trailing 21-17 and 8:32 still on the clock. Trestman could have kicked a field goal with that much time left.
That's not his style.
"Ballsy play-calling," Cutler said, per the Chicago Tribune. "That's what Trestman's about."
"I didn't understand it," Marshall said. "Fourth quarter, put a safety on me one-on-one? You can only ask for that in dreams."
What has Cutler been dreaming about? The zero sacks his offensive line -- featuring two rookies -- gave up Sunday.