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Brett Terwilliger Comments on New Coach for Chicago Bears

After nine years with Coach Lovie Smith, the Chicago Bears will be guided by recently hired Marc Trestman, former Montreal Alouettes coach. Avid Chicago sports fan and engineering professional, Brett Terwilliger responds to the recent change.
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    PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 20, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Under the recent leadership of Coach Lovie Smith, the noted Chicago Bears team have faced several tumultuous seasons. While the NFL team has gone to the Super Bowl under Smith's guidance, they have missed a shot at the playoffs in five of the last six seasons. Most recently, Smith is reported to have led to the team to a 10-win season, only to have experienced the team dismantle after winning seven of their first eight games. However, a recent FOX News article reports that after many inconsistent seasons, Phil Emery--Chicago Bears General Manager--decided to replace Lovie Smith with Marc Trestman, former Montreal Alouettes coach. As a long-time fan of the Chicago Bears, Illinois-based engineering professional Brett Terwilliger comments on this change will impact the future of the team.

Although the coaching experience will be the first for Trestman in the NFL, many are expecting that recognized leader to make a considerable difference for the team. In the article quarterback Jay Cutler comments, "He's been successful wherever he's been. He's from the West Coast coaching tree, which I'm familiar with. It's what I came into the league I'm looking forward to it." Sharing a similar sentiment, star receiver Brandon Marshall revealed on Twitter, "[I have] heard so many great things about Coach Trestman--can't wait to follow his lead."

While FOX News pays close attention to how Trestman could positively impact the state of the team on several levels, Brett Terwilliger also notes that the replacement comes at a perfect time that is in line with several emerging trends in the NFL. Terwilliger comments, "I am glad to see the Chicago Bears organization go to an offensive-oriented coach this time around. With all the rule changes favoring the offensive side of the ball, the plan to focus on the offensive side of the game seems to be a wise choice. The NFC Central Division has become more completive and the team really needs to shake things up if they want to compete."

Although many avid Bears fans are anticipating the next season under Trestman's leadership, Brett Terwilliger notes that additional changes to the team's management could make a considerable difference in overall performance. In addition to the employment of Marc Trestman, Terwilliger is looking forward to the future contributions of New Orleans Saints offensive line coach Aaron Kromer, who was recently hired as the Bears' offensive coordinator. Brett Terwilliger also expects positive growth under the guidance of Joe DeCamillis--former Dallas Cowboys special teams coordination, who was recently hired to replace Dave Toub as special teams coordinator and assistant head coach.


Brett Terwilliger is a skilled engineer, maintenance and management professional who has worked in many capacities to establish a diverse skill set. With a noted ability to maintain analytical proficiencies in conjunction with exceptional communication skills, Terwilliger serves as the current Project Manager for A. R. Lass Construction. Previous to this position, Brett Terwilliger has proven as a valuable team member of the popular Grand Victoria riverboat casino as the Director of Engineering and Maintenance for the facility. Apart from his profession, Brett Terwilliger is noted for his passions in classic car restoration, Chicago sports and golf.


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