Super Bowl betting fans are quite familiar with Martz as he was the offensive coordinator when the St. Louis Rams won the NFL betting title in 2000. Martz led the Rams into Super Bowl betting action as head coach in 2002 and was the architect of one of the most prolific offenses in the history of NFL betting.
It is hoped that Martz will be able to work with Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and be able to unleash his vast potential for the 2010 NFL gambling campaign. The Bears were considered to be one of the favorites in the NFC to make the Super Bowl betting board in 2009 as Cutler was considered the missing piece to the puzzle.
But the quarterback struggled from opening day on and the Bears were never a Super Bowl betting threat. Cutler tossed 4 interceptions in the opening game loss at Green Bay and that set the Super Bowl betting tone for the season as he finished with 26 interceptions for the year.
Early indications suggest that Martz may prove to be the Super Bowl betting missing piece of the puzzle. “There was an instant connection,” said Martz in regards to his first meeting with Cutler. One Super Bowl betting theory suggests that it could get rocky down the road between Martz and Cutler as they are both strong-willed personalities.
But the Bears believe it is worth the risk in order to get back in to Super Bowl betting contention. “We wanted to be something different than what we were,” said general manager Jerry Angelo. Martz promised that, “We will be hitting on all cylinders on opening day.”
If Martz’s boast is true it could be a “Super” 2010 in the Windy City. The Bears are coming off a 7-9 straight up record in 2009 as they were an even worse 6-10 against the spread. The Bears finished 23rd overall in total offensive yards, 17th in passing yards, and 19th in points scored.