Chicago Bears and Mike Martz: A Match Made in Heaven?

January 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

All right, let me start this article off by saying one thing: I dislike Mike Martz as a person, as a analyst and as a head coach.
That aside, he might be a good fit at the offensive coordinator position for the Chicago Bears.
(I must give credit to Jake Perper, who first introduced the idea several weeks ago after Martz expressed interest. For his opinion, check here .)
Now I realize ever since he was the Rams offensive coordinator during their Super Bowl run back in 1999, Martz hasn't exactly put together a sparkling resume.
He had a stint with lowly Lions as their offensive coordinator and then a single season as the OC in San Francisco before being let go and then became a TV analyst (which included blasting Jay Cutler a number of times).
But one thing Martz has been able to do is maximize good quarterbacks abilities. Let us take a look at his history:
First is Kurt Warner, who will forever be in my mind the greatest single Cinderella story of all tim...

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