To be honest, I thought about this, and I think in 2008 we finished No. 2 in offense, and everyone said we were really successful, and even we walk around sometimes saying it,” he said. “But when I look at film now, I think we were terrible, and I say that humbly. We were just young and immature out there on the field, not understanding the big picture of the offense and the game itself. To see where we’re at now, where our football mind is now, it’s going to be really dangerous. I’m excited to really fall into this offense with a new mind.
Bears WR Brandon Marshall on how he feels like the Cutler-to-Marshall connection in Denver never hit it’s stride.