The biggest move? That was the trade with Miami for Marshall, Cutler’s favorite target in Denver.
Marshall set club records for catches and yards, but the Bears still ranked 28th on offense.
It didn’t help that receivers Alshon Jeffery and Earl Bennett missed time with injuries or that running back Matt Forte was also banged up.
More than anything, Cutler would like to see some continuity.
‘‘It’s hard,’’ he told the team’s website. ‘‘You start back at zero every year with the entire offense, so it’s definitely challenging. I think if you look across the league at elite and very good quarterbacks, they've all been in systems for numerous years. That’s what our goal is here, for coach Trestman to come in and install his system and us win games and keep him around for a long time to be able to grow year in and year out in this system and get everyone better.’’
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