With the team’s first losing season since the early Lovie Smith-era and over 800 points allowed in the last two seasons, Marc Trestman could be on his way out.
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Less than two years after firing long-time head coach Lovie Smith and hiring Marc Trestman as his replacement, the Bears may be looking for yet another one.
According to Dan Bernstein of WSCR in Chicago, the team’s ownership met following another disastrous loss at home Monday night to discuss Trestman’s future and are ready to part ways with the former Canadian Football League coach. Team GM Phil Emery’s future is also uncertain, according to Pro Football Talk.
Chicago started the season 3-3 before losing six of the past eight games. They’ve been outscored 265-153 over that span. The defense has allowed 29.2 points per game, which ranks dead-last among all 32 teams in the league this season.
In 2013 the Chicago Bears scored the 2nd most points in franchise history, just short of the team record held by the ’85 Bears. But in the same year the team also set a franchise record for points allowed, allowing 478 points (just under 30 per game).