Marc Trestman Has No Regrets Over Kicking On Second Down
In the face of significant criticism in Chicago, Bears coach Marc Trestman is standing by his decision to attempt a 47-yard field goal on second down in overtime on Sunday — an attempt that missed and set up the Vikings’ game-winning field goal.
Most coaches would have had the offense try to get more yardage on second down and make the field goal easier, but Trestman said he thinks he made the right call at the time.
“The decision is not anything that I regret,” Trestman said, via the Chicago Tribune.
Source: Michael David Smith, NBC Sports
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