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Good morning, folks! Welcome to the Water Cooler Sports’ Black, Blue, and Ornery, your source for NFC North News on this Monday, September 16th, 2013. Sunday certainly brought us a lot of heart-pounding drama. Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler overcame three turnovers (two interceptions and one fumble) to lead the offense to a fourth-quarter comeback […]The post Black, Blue, and Ornery: Deuces wild as NFC North goes 2-2 in Week 2 by Jason Nardiello appeared first on Water Cooler Sports.
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Oh what a difference a couple plays make. It’s no secret Chicago Bears fans have a love/hate relationship with quarterback Jay Cutler. No further proof is needed than on Sunday.After Cutler hooked up with Brandon Marshall for a 34-yard touchdown pass with 1:06 left in the first quarter, Cutler’s second TD toss of the game, Bears fans were ready to sign a petition to get the QB...
Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler was the subject of discussion on CBS Sports Network’s “Monday Morning Quarterback” yesterday. Here’s where I would say that annoying and stupid acronym ICYMI (In Case You Missed It), but I don’t have to. Look at this chart with primetime viewership of sports networks.
The ranking in order is: ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network, MLB Network, Fox...
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears are showing their resiliency, if nothing else. Two games into the season they have two comeback wins and they remain unbeaten under coach Marc Trestman.
They're not making it easy on themselves, though.
Cutler fired a 16-yard touchdown pass to Martellus Bennett with 10 seconds left to lead the Bears to a 31-30 victory over the Minnesota Vikings...
Jay Cutler engineered a 10-play, 66-yard touchdown drive in 3:05 to send the Vikings to 0-2 on the season.
The Chicago Bears rallied in the fourth quarter for the second straight week Sunday as Jay Cutler hit tight end Martellus Bennett on a 16-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds remaining to beat the Minnesota Vikings 31-30 at rainy Soldier Field.
The Bears who overcame Cincinnati 24-21 in the season opener improved to 2-0 while the Vikings fell to 0-2.
"We can get better"...
Jay Cutler's touchdown pass to tight end Martellus Bennett with 10 seconds left pushed the Chicago Bears to a come-from-behind 31-30 victory against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.A slow start was overcome with Minnesota finding some offensive and defensive rhythm, but it was undone and ultimately not enough when Chicago drove down the field with 3:05 left after the Vikings...
Recap The Chicago Bears (2-0) turned the ball over four times, including three turnovers by quarterback Jay Cutler, but still managed to pull out a 31-30 over the Minnesota Vikings (0-1) in dramatic fashion. The Vikings dominated most of the second half and held a 30-24 lead after a Blair Walsh field goal with 3:17 […]The post Chicago Bears overcome turnovers to defeat Minnesota...
The Chicago Bears snuck past the Minnesota Vikings to win 31-30 on Sunday becoming one of three NFC teams to start the 2013 NFL season with a 2-0 record.
Quarterback Jay Cutler lifted the Bears with two impressive fourth quarter touchdown drives to win it against the Bengals in Week One and the Vikings in Week Two. Both teams made it to the playoffs a year ago.
It wasn’t all pretty...
In this weeks edition of Inside the Huddle, Downtown and Dorf preview Week 2 of the NFL, ask the fans to take their pick of Andy Dalton or Jay Cutler and zero in on Ndamukong Suh’s hit on John Sullivan last Sunday. Downtown and Dorf also give their sits and starts for Fantasy Week 2. […]
The Chicago Bears overcame four turnovers to beat the Minnesota Vikings 31-30 and improve to 2-0 for the third time in the last eight seasons.
With the Bears trailing 30-24 with 3:15 left in the fourth quarter, Jay Cutler engineered a 10-play, 66-yard drive to win it.
Tight end Martellus Bennett reeled in his second touchdown of the afternoon with 10 seconds remaining. Bennett had...
The Chicago Bears won for the second consecutive week on a game-winning drive in the fourth quarter. Jay Cutler and the offense did their job to get the lead for good with minutes to spare twice, but there have been a number of areas, in all three phases of the game, which need improvement.
Chicago Bears Offense
Jay Cutler has been better under coaches Marc Trestman and Aaron Kromer...
Here are the Week Three power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #9 (Last week: #9)
Analysis, “Jay Cutler is loving the Martellus Bennett experience so far. Bennett's three touchdowns this year, including the game-winning score Sunday, equals the total of all Bears tight ends last year..”
NFL.com: #7 (Last week: #6)
Analysis, “Talk about a great escape...
-Best Friends Jay Cutler and Philip Rivers
Both players were projected as #2 quarterbacks before the season started and have exceeded those expectations so far. Rivers has been a top 4 quarterback after the first two weeks. I don’t expect him to stay this hot for the entire season, but his production should make owners think twice about starting him...
Brian Robison with a nice scoop and score after a Jared Allen sack of Jay Cutler. A little luck never hurt though to be in the right spot after the kicked ball comes right to him.