Found September 23, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
St. Louis Rams
CHICAGO -- With their offense under fire for a poor performance against Green Bay 10 days earlier, the Chicago Bears turned to an old standby, riding their defense and St. Louis mistakes to a 23-6 victory over the Rams on Sunday. The Bears' first 10 points were set up by drive-extending St. Louis penalties, and their clinching touchdown in the fourth quarter came on a 45-yard interception return on a deflected pass that landed in the arms of safety Major Wright. Chicago struggled to move the ball against a Rams' defense which had given up 802 yards in two previous games against Detroit and Washington -- the Bears didn't reach 200 until four minutes into the fourth quarter -- but it didn't matter. On a day honored their alumni were honored by a franchise known for its defense through the years, the Bears frustrated quarterback Sam Bradford and the Rams' offense. They sacked Bradford six times, limited St. Louis to just 15 yards in the game's first 28 m...
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Plenty of NFL fans have given the eye roll to a quarterback whose default facial expression seems to be the eye roll: Jay Cutler. Cutler, now playing with the Bears in the seventh year of his NFL career, is known more for his apathetic demeanor and blah facial expressions than anything he does on the field. It was just a matter of time before someone turned Cutler's general disgruntledness...
Bears cornerback D.J. Moore tweeted that if he could have a child he would want Jay Cutler to be the father. That is all.
After ripping Jay Cutler last week, Bears cornerback D.J. Moore made it clear that he really loves his teammate.
“if I could have babies, I would want Jay Cutler to be my baby father,” said Moore.
Wow, ok D.J. Maybe he should have kept his thoughts to himself. Ok, he’s clearly just having some fun here with the entire situation.
I think Moore came out and critisized Cutler...
CAN'T BEAR IT ANYMORE
According to TMZ.com, former Chicago Blackhawks great Chris Chellios was seen in a local bar burning the jersey of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
“One source inside the bar tells us Chris lit the jersey then said, Cutler’s ‘nothing but a b****,’” wrote TMZ.
Seems like Cutler is one of the most hated players in his own city.
h/t Black Sports Online
It is currently being reported that Chris Chelios was helping to light a Jay Cutler jersey on fire after this weekend’s game in a downtown Chicago bar. It’s also being reported that when asked why he was doing it, he said “because he’s a *****.” At one point during the video, you can hear someone in the background screaming Chelios’ name.It seems as though Cutler...
TMZ is alleging that Blackhawks legend Chris Chelios set fire to Jay Cutler’s jersey last night at Stanley’s Kitchen and Tap Bar in Downtown Chicago. It’s no secret that Jay Cutler isn’t exactly the most praised man in Chicago at the present moment, but setting fire to his jersey seems a bit extreme, although very standard Chris Chelios behavior (especially during a lockout...
The Bears had an embarrassing loss to the Packers on Thursday Night Football last week, losing 23-10 in a huge game to a division rival. Jay Cutler was under pressure all night, pressured on 21 of 35 drop backs, taking 7 sacks and tossing 4 picks. Cutler was caught on camera screaming at and bumping into left tackle J’Marcus Webb. He has since apologized for the bump and the bump...
Here are the Week Four Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #11 (Last week: #12)
Analysis, “Still waiting for Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall to rediscover that old Denver magic.”
NFL.com: #9 (Last week: #10)
Analysis, “Jay Cutler is still leaving some plays on the field. So is Brandon Marshall. But at the end of the day, the defense imposed its will...
Who are the Chicago Bears? Are they the offensive juggernaut from a week 1 dismantling of the Indianapolis Colts? Or are they the self-imploding team from an embarrassing week two loss to the Green Bay Packers? Truth is the true identity of the Bears most likely lays somewhere in-between.One thing is for certain, the answer will not be found on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams ...
In this review, I am humbled. The Rams did everything I asked and lost. In fact, part of the reason why they lost is they could not get away from the game plan I asked for. The bears were prepared for the steady Eddy approach set forth below, and they wanted the ball in the middle of the field. The bears flooded the middle of the field with linebackers and defensive backs...
The St Louis Rams' confident, physical play of the last two weeks gives me an unfamiliar feeling as we approach a road game against the Chicago Bears. I kind of expect the Rams to win. Naturally our team still has weaknesses, but I see worries on the other side as well and I can see our team taking advantage. More importantly, the resiliency showed last week makes me...