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Pro Sports Daily:
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears took advantage of five Dallas turnovers in thrashing the Cowboys 34-18 Monday night at Cowboys Stadium. The Bears (3-1) returned two interceptions off Dallas quarterback Tony Romo for touchdowns in winning their second consecutive game to remain tied with Minnesota atop the NFC North. Romo threw a career-high five picks. The Cowboys (2-2) have scored just four touchdowns in the past three weeks. Cutler came out firing to start the second half, moving the visitors 75 yards in just five plays to put Chicago on top 17-7. Four of those plays were completions, including a 34-yard touchdown to Devin Hester. Under pressure on the scoring play, Cutler bought enough time to loft it down the middle of the field. Hester made a diving catch falling over the goal line. The play was reviewed, as it appeared the ball might have hit the ground, but the TD call was confirmed. Cutler finished 18-for-24 for 275 yards and two touchdowns. ...
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Jay Cutler is a brat. When things don't go Cutler's way, he reacts like a bratty child by either screaming at, shoving or walking away from whatever is bothering him. Cutler was at it again on Monday night when he was unhappy with offensive coordinator Mike Tice's play calls coming in slow. When Tice walked over to Cutler to talk about it on the Bears' bench, Cutler...
Jay Cutler walked away from Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice on the sidelines during “Monday Night Football.” Cutler behavior on the football field has been in question for years, and this is no exception. In this case, it seems like Tice wanted to go over something but Cutler just blew him off. We don’t consider Tice a good offensive coordinator, but that’s...
Jay Cutler on Monday Night Football tonight was seen on camera trying to avoid and ignore Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice on the Bears sideline.
Now we don't know what started the tiff, yes, I used the word tiff, but its Jay Cutler, so anything is possible. What's surprising about all of this is that the Bears are actually winning, so why fight?
It appears from the below GIF that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler just wanted to sit on Chicago bench in peace during the second quarter of Monday night's Bears/Cowboys game.
However, Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice went over to talk to Jay about the previous failed drive and received a rather cold shoulder from his starting quarterback.
Before Tice could even sit...
Was anyone else hoping that Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice was going to run up and tackle quarterback Jay Cutler from behind and start unloading punches on his face? One can dream, can’t he?
Is there a bigger douche in the league than Cutler? There is a reason why he has never become an elite quarterback, his freaking attitude and mental stability. We know...
In general, it's difficult to defend Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, what with his winning personality, that perpetual smile and the wonderful rapport he has with both coaches and teammates. But we think he's right about his "If I don't acknowledge you you don't exist" moment with offensive coordinator Mike Tice early in Monday night's win over the Cowboys...
TV cameras have once again caught an angry Jay Cutler on the sidelines. In Monday's game against the Cowboys, Cutler was sitting down on the bench and his offensive coordinator Mike Tice sat down next to him which caused Cutler to get up and leave.
Cutler doesn't come across as the easiest guy to get along with, especially on gameday, but you could tell Tice was surprised...
Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler is becoming known as a quarterback who wears his emotions on his sleeves. He’s comfortable expressing himself, and getting a little more colorful this season; or so it seems. During last night’s blow out of the Dallas Cowboys, Cutler had some disgust with offensive coordinator Mike Tice, and walked away when Tice was trying to discuss strategy with...
It’s safe to say that the quarterback matchup in tonight’s football game, between the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago Bears (both 2nd in their divisions), is the hottest event for a Monday – both on and off the field.
Tony Romo (Dallas) and Jay Cutler (Chicago) both have the goods, but are feeling the pressure to perform on all stages. These QBs have left their cities and...
Here are the Week Five Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #9 (Last week: #11)
Analysis, "Cutler-to-Marshall and an opportunistic defense shined Monday night. When the Bears look good, they look oh so good."
NFL.com: #6 (Last week: #9)
Analysis, "If Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall can play like they did in a blowout win over the Dallas...
Jay Cutler can't win.
Well, he actually can win football games. A lot of them.
He just can't win with America.
If Peyton Manning screams at an offensive tackle, he's lauded for being an incredible leader and a "coach on the field." If Tom Brady gets into it with his offensive coordinator, it's OK. He's just "fired up." If Ben Roethlisberger...
Yes, the New York Jets are technically on top of the AFC East standings thanks to winning both of their divisional games thus far.
There probably hasn’t been a team in too long, however, that was as inept offensively while in first place. As was the case with the Chicago Bears last season when Jay Cutler went down with injury, it seems like the Jets are destined to fall to the...
Coming off a dominating performance in prime time, the Chicago Bears defense could be in for another big effort against a team that might have the worst offense in the NFL.
The visiting Bears look for a third consecutive victory as they face the offensively challenged Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Though Chicago's offense has been inconsistent in 2012, its defense has a league...
It was a wild Sunday for me. After being thunderstruck by home dogs this year, I took a pledge from taking a week off from betting against any home dogs. In doing so, I passed on some spreads that I really wanted to take such as Patriots (-4) over Bills, 49ers (-4) over Jets, and Bengals (-2.5) over Jaguars. The home dog didn’t get there way in those games and they were all easy...
By Zack Pearson
Chicitysports.com (Special to Bearsbacker.com)
So this is what a real offense looks like?
Bears fans have waited patiently to see their new look offense and the potential it has. Well Bears fans, here it is. But is it finally here to stay?
After struggling for most of the first three weeks of the NFL season, the Bears finally flashed the offensive threat that...