If you haven't already found it, here it is. (63:13)
This might be a little redundant, since there's been some talk about this already. But I just listened to this just now. I came away with one MAJOR thing...
The most differentiating thing between Marc and Lovie is that Marc is vastly more of an adaptive coach, where as Lovie is married to his scheme. The commentary about how he lost his WRs and completely changed his Montreal offense the following year to run a lot of 3 TEs to emphasize the new strength of his offense was very telling. And I LOVE this.
When I heard this discussion it brought me back to Tommie Harris vs. Vince Wilfork. I remember the spirited debate between which guy we should draft that year. I felt then and still do that Wilfork was the better player. But we drafted Tommie because he fit the T2 defense better. I am THRILLED that given the same situation, our coach's expectation will be for PE to choose the better player instead of be limited to the guy who fits a pre-determined mold.
I also harkened back to Lovie buddy Martz, whose offense doesn't utilize H-back types and we traded R1 pick (Olsen) for a R3 selection because the offense couldn't utilize his talents. We can say goodbye to that now.
And what about Shea McClellan? I complained when Shea was drafted that the way Lovie uses DEs, he won't be effective unless they give him more of a Marc Anderson role. They didn't do that and he was only marginally effective in a situational role. Here's to more creativity!
Now I know I said some time ago that press conferences are nothing but talk. And for the most part, I stand by that. But clearly this aspect of Trestman is supported by past activity. I've seen the comments on this by other posters and I now see what you were talking about. I find this... REFRESHING!