Friday, August 16, 2013


The Bears (1-1), who went on to defeat the Chargers 33-28, jumped ahead 14-0 in the first quarter with Cutler in the game but it wasn't as dominating as the score would indicate. "We're just trying to get better," Trestman said. "We didn't look good. We got our composure. We came back and we got things in order." At the end of training camp, Trestman acknowledged there were too many turnovers during the stay at Olivet Nazarene University and Cutler was intercepted on the first play of team drills on three days. It has created a routine where the Bears then find a way to put some plays together. But they're unlikely to find an opponent as sloppy as the Chargers, who committed four turnovers, in the regular season when digging an early hole could be more than problematic.
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