Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman says he has no plans to shake up his staff, at least for now.
Trestman says there will not be any changes "at this time." He continues to back defensive coordinator Mel Tucker and dismisses the idea that quarterback Jay Cutler is losing the support of his teammates.
Trestman spoke Monday on the heels of another ugly loss, a 55-14 thumping at Green Bay that just added to the frustration around Chicago. The Bears (3-6) hit a new low coming out of a bye and lost for the fifth time in six games.
>>Eagles Pound Panthers
(Philadelphia, PA) -- Mark Sanchez threw for 332 yards and two touchdowns as the Eagles pounded the Panthers 45-21 in Philadelphia. Jordan Matthews had seven grabs for 138 yards and two scores for the Eagles, who led by as many as 38 points en route to improving to 7-and-2. Philadelphia's defense had nine sacks, forced five turnovers, and Darren Sproles returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown in the victory. Cam Newton threw for 306 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions for the Panthers, who fell to 3-6-and-1 with their third straight loss. Kelvin Benjamin hauled in a pair of touchdown receptions in garbage time.