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New York Giants
CHICAGO -- On the Bears' first two offensive plays against Minnesota on Sunday, quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte botched a handoff for a lost fumble, and Cutler tripped over a teammate and sacked himself for a five-yard loss. But the Vikings couldn't do much with the opportunities, and Cutler then unleashed an effective short passing game, the even more inept Vikings' offense couldn't do a thing when it mattered, and Chicago ended a two-game losing streak by beating Minnesota, 28-10. The victory kept the Bears (8-3) in at least a tie for first place in the NFC North, pending Green Bay's night game against the New York Giants, while Minnesota (6-5) fell two games behind. The game was decided by halftime, when the Bears held a 25-3 lead after limiting the Vikings to only 92 yards on offense and three first downs while controlling the ball for more than 19 1/2 of the first 30 minutes. Minnesota turned the early Cutler-Forte fumble into a fi...
BEST OF MAXIM
Jay Cutler scrambled out of bounds for a first down against the Vikings then proceeded to flip the ball at the chest at cornerback A.J. Jefferson, earning Cutler a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. It’s the first ****** Cutler act in two weeks, only because he missed last week’s loss to the 49ers. To make up for lost time, expect him to rebuff a coach and make a dismissive...
Time to dust myself off Juan…
Jay Cutler has passed all his concussion tests and looks probable to start this week against the Vikings. Cutler: “Feel good. Feel good,” Cutler said earlier this week. “About as normal as can be. We’re going through the process. I met with [the doctors] on Monday morning. Got a few more hoops to jump through, so we’ll see how it goes this...
Will Jay Cutler play on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings? That question is tough to answer right now but it should be answered tomorrow.
Despite Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith’s comments over the past two weeks that Cutler was on track or “looking good” it is worth nothing that Cutler has not been cleared to play. Cutler also has not suggested that he would play or...
The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers are currently fighting for first place in the NFC North division, but we must not let that get in the way of the real contest facing the teams this month.
Which of the teams’ star quarterbacks rocks the better Movember mustache?
Let’s take a look at the competing ‘staches and find out.
Jay Cutler’s Eff You ‘Stache
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has passed his final concussion test. He'll be active for Sunday's game against the Vikings. SOURCE: Jason La Canfora, CBSFantasy Spin:Fantasy owners can let out a sigh of relief. Cutler threw for 267 yards and two touchdowns in his one game against the Vikings last season.
It’s easy to dislike Jay Cutler.
He, the Chicago quarterback of perpetual grumpiness (although Smokin’ Jay Cutler was magical), completely great or completely terrible performances, and just enough talent and underachieving to make someone unhappy, has plenty of critics.
This year, he’s been at it again. He feuded with coaches on the sideline. He called out teammates (also...
"It doesn't mean anything, it's just something."
Those were the actual words NFL Countdown's Tom Jackson used to describe his displeasure with Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler walking into Soldier Field Sunday morning without appearing to talk to someone within ESPN's camera shot. Jay Cutler has been criticized for a galaxy's worth of things...
Two key players have been questionable heading into week 12 of the NFL regular season. Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler has been dealing with lasting effects of a concussion suffered against the Houston Texans. Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones has been nursing an ankle injury and while he did play a limited number of snaps last week, he was officially listed as questionable.
TD or not TD? While that may sound like a simple question, when it comes to the NFL, the answer can be quite complicated.
The real answer is . . . it depends.
When a touchdown is called on the field, it is not always a touchdown on the scoreboard.
See what I mean?
We are in Week 12 of the NFL season, but honestly it doesn't matter what week we're in. Replay is not only...