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Brandon Marshall loves Bears' new offense

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11:57 AM ET 04.10 | The Chicago Bears were looking to provide a spark to their offense in 2013 and that is a big reason for their decision to name Marc Trestman, formerly of the Montreal Allouettes, their new head coach. Trestman is a bright offensive mind and has wasted no time getting his players pumped up for the upcoming season. Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall and recently signed tight end Martellus Bennett has spent some time together this offseason looking over the new playbook and new formations, and Marshall is thrilled about the team's offense moving forward. Just how much does Marshall love the new Bears offense? Well, enough to sound like a giddy teenage girl who just got a letter from her high school crush.

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April 11, 2013  01:48 AM ET

FanSided is horrible.

April 11, 2013  04:48 AM ET

But Brandon Marshall is a teenage high school girl with a crush.

April 11, 2013  09:41 AM ET

He loves the offense? Sounds like another NAMBLA posting.

April 11, 2013  09:59 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

But Brandon Marshall is a teenage high school girl with a crush.

A mancrush Soupneck that never died when he left Denver.

April 11, 2013  10:01 AM ET

Marshall seems to be a fan of Trestman. As long as he's content, it's less likely that he'll get "distracted".

April 11, 2013  10:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Marshall seems to be a fan of Trestman. As long as he's content, it's less likely that he'll get "distracted".

Of course all this "excitement" will rapidly dissipate if the O-line is as moribund as it has been in seasons past.

April 11, 2013  11:30 AM ET

Another exact duplicate story from yesterday.

April 11, 2013  11:30 AM ET

And not only that, it's another exact duplicate story from yesterday.

April 11, 2013  11:42 AM ET

Do they have 12 men and receivers in motion? Sorry, that must be Trestman's play book from last year.

April 11, 2013  12:23 PM ET

That would suck. They'd get a penalty for too many men on the field on every down. :)

April 12, 2013  10:38 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Do they have 12 men and receivers in motion? Sorry, that must be Trestman's play book from last year.

Last year? I didn't realize there were Montreal Alouette fans in Texas. Please tell us more...

 
April 12, 2013  10:39 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Of course all this "excitement" will rapidly dissipate if the O-line is as moribund as it has been in seasons past.

Trestman and Phil Emery have done more in the past 3 months to shore up that line than Lovie and Jerry Angelo did in their last few seasons together. Time will tell if they have the right pieces in the right places, but at least they're actually working on it now.

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