Mike Martz said he has never seen a player improve as much as right tackle J'Marcus Webb has this season.
"I don't know if 38 years of coaching that I've seen a player make this radical of improvement in the short time he has," the Bears' offensive coordinator said. "I'm very pleased with him. Obviously, it means [offensive line coach] Mike [Tice] has done a great job with him. For a young man to come in like he has and deal with the pressure of the playoffs, big games, all these game at the end of the year that are so meaningful for us, and continue to get better and have the poise he has demonstrated is really remarkable. I'm very pleased and proud of where he is."
That doesn't mean Packers' defensive coordinator Dom Capers won't try to Webb look like a rookie in Sunday's NFC Championship game at Soldier Field.
"Everybody is going to try to take a look at that and see if you can make him hesitant with certain things," Martz said. "That's automatic for any young player and certainly no different for him. What's remarkable about him is early he made the normal rookie mistakes, was indecisive and it hurt a little bit but he's past that. He's playing like a veteran right now. That indecisiveness, he's fought through that. He's not intimidated or anything. I'm really pleased with that."