Posts Tagged ‘Mike Martz’

Three and out: Michael Floyd to St. Louis?

Where could fast-rising WR Michael Floyd end up, and what would his fantasy value be as a rookie?

Warner: ‘No question’ I’m retired

For all the Bears fans who buying into the rumors that Kurt Warner is going to come walking through that door and save the season … well, it’s not going to happen.

Martz makes it hurt to be Cutler

Poor Jay Cutler. The guy has been pummeled during his time with the Bears thanks to Mike Martz’s pass-happy offense and his reluctance to scale back.

Data Points: Martz airing it out less

It’s 27 days until the start of the 2011 NFL season. And 27 was the average pass attempts per game last season for Bears QB Jay Cutler. Not only was that a career low for Cutler, but it’s the lowest such number for a starting QB under passing guru Mike Martz, Chicago’s offensive coordinator.

Three and out: Jets interested in Moss

Randy Moss and Terrell Owens might be a little long in the tooth, but will they still have fantasy value once the lockout ends?

Brandt: Martz looking at quarterbacks

Of course, some boisterous Bears fans are over QB Jay Cutler following his injury in the NFC Championship Game. But could the team actually be looking for his replacement?

Idaho QB Enderle attracts a crowd at pro day

Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz and Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese were among 10 talent evaluators on hand Friday for the University of Idaho’s pro day.

Who’s the sleeper wideout in St. Louis?

Who will be the 2011 version of wideout Brandon Lloyd? That player could end up being in St. Louis.

Halftime notes: Packers-Bears

A look at some halftime numbers, and a few observations, at halftime of the NFC Championship Game at Solider Field.

Who was the MVP of the divisional round?

With honorable mention shout outs to Jay Cutler, Charles Tillman and James Harrison, here’s a list of most valuable players (and coaches) from the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Halftime notes: Seahawks-Bears

A few nuggets at halftime of the Seahwawks-Bears divisional game at Soldier Field.

No one predicted this for Bears, Chiefs and Patriots

From start to (almost) finish, the 2010 season has provided us with several dramatic transformations. No one would have predicted at the beginning of the season that the Patriots, Chiefs and Bears would be where they are right now.

These Bears won’t go away quietly

The Bears are the team that no one wants to believe in. Well, when I say no one, that means everyone outside of Chicago, outside of Halas Hall, outside of the true believers.

Warner: For offense to click, Bears must be in synch

Can Jay Culter succeed in Mike Martz’s offense in Chicago? After six weeks of the season, this isn’t a new question, but it hasn’t been answered yet, either.

Bears need to rethink formula for winning

After taking in Sunday’s game in Chicago, I think i’s time for the Bears to rethink their strategy about what gives them the best chance to win.

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