Trestman Not Backing Away from Field Goal Decision
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP)--A day later, Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman wasn't backing down.

He insisted he made the right move when he decided to go for a winning field goal on a second down in overtime at Minnesota on Sunday even if the decision did not pan out.

Trestman called on Robbie Gould for a 47-yarder that sailed wide right rather than run another play or two, and the Bears suffered a crushing 23-20 loss.

Trestman says he second guesses himself ``a lot,'' but he wasn't over that decision.

The Bears are in a tough spot trailing Detroit by a game in the NFC North at 6-6, with the Lions holding a head-to-head sweep.
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