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.
“Oh, my gosh, I’m in love with it,” Marshall said, via Sean Jensen of the Chicago 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.”
If Marshall and Bennett are on board and ready to get going, that is a great sign for the Bears and their fans.
Everyone needs to be on the same page for a team to succeed, and two of their biggest weapons in the passing game are already clicking and excited to test out their new system.