Found September 26, 2012 on
St. Louis Rams
The Chicago Bears dominated the St. Louis Rams on Sunday at Solider Field. Well, let me be more specific. The Chicago Bears DEFENSE dominated the Rams, while the offense...was average at best. Not until a Major Wright interception returned for a touchdown with 9 minutes and 9 seconds left in the game, was the game put away. The Bears offense seemed lackadaisical throughout the game and totaled just 274 total yards from scrimmage. But the defense was more than able to make up for the sputtering offense on this day, recording six sacks and two interceptions, while holding the Rams to just 160 yards from scrimmage.Five years ago this would be considered a dominating win with no questions asked. With all the preseason hype of a prolific offense its safe to say the Bears offense is well behind the production of the defense through three weeks.Here are my week three grades by position:Quarterback: C+A few dropped passes are what gives Jay Cutler a plus in this game. His lone interception ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Ok, perhaps I am rushing to judgment being that it is only Week 3 in the 2012 NFL season, but the Chicago Bears being manhandled by a division rival in the manner they were on two Thursday night’s beckons the immediate call for questioning at the helm of their offense.
Jay Cutler’s performance was abysmal and truly there is no one else to blame except the signal caller himself...
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...
Bears safety Major Wright’s pick-six against St. Louis capped off a strong overall performance by Chicago’s defense, a group that has been dominant so far through three games.
Jay Cutler was hardly at his best - both on the field and with one of his teammates - during the Chicago Bears' first prime-time game this season, but he shined in his most recent road contest against the Dallas Cowboys.
The quarterback will try to duplicate the positive performance and avoid another meltdown on national TV when Chicago visits Dallas on Monday night.
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...
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...
While the St. Louis Rams week three visit to Soldier Field certainly did not earn their hostile hosts the Chicago Bears any style points, the Monsters of the Midway's dazzling defensive effort ultimately paved the way to a 23-6 victory. Ten days after suffering a humiliating loss to their division rival Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, the Bears managed to bounce back and...
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...
15-2. That’s the record the Chicago Bears have posted since 2005 when they score a defensive touchdown in a game.
Major Wright’s 45-yard interception return for a touchdown pretty much sealed the win for the Bears with nine minutes remaining.
Here’s a recap of the Bears 23-6 victory over the St. Louis Rams.
Robbie Gould added a career long 54-yard field goal at...
15-2. That's the record the Chicago Bears have posted since 2005 when they score a defensive touchdown in a game.
Major Wright's 45-yard interception return for a touchdown pretty much sealed the win for the Bears with nine minutes remaining.
Here's a recap of the Bears 23-6 victory over the St. Louis Rams.
Robbie Gould added a career long 54-yard field...