It’s been three months since the Bears have hired head coach Marc Trestman, and star wideout Brandon Marshall is already enthusiastic about the new offensive scheme.
‘‘Oh, my gosh, I’m in love with it,’’ Marshall told the Sun-Times. ‘‘Martellus and I sat down and went through the formational stuff and started challenging each other. It was exciting to go through, and it’s pretty cool to have a partner.’’
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Marshall is “embracing the change.” He took new tight end Martellus Bennett to his house where the two tested each other on plays in the new scheme. Marshall says that he is in love with the new playbook, and that he likes Bennett being his partner.
‘‘It’s so stimulating and it gets everyone involved, and that’s exciting to me,’’ Marshall said. ‘‘Because the better Alshon [Jeffery] is, the better I’ll be. The better Earl [Bennett] is, the better Martellus will be. The better Martellus is, the better Matt Forte will be. And so on and so forth. It’s just awesome.’’
This could not be any better. Marshall and Bennett are quickly hitting it off. There is no question in my mind that our number one receiver can quickly turn Bennett into an outstanding tight end. Also, they are already intrigued by the new system. Let’s hope that this positivity continues.
What do you think Bears fans? Will the new Marc Trestman playbook finally help turn this Bears offense around?