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The Washington Redskins are a floundering organization with a hungry, desperate fanbase, placing all their hopes in the arms and legs of the RG-III propaganda machine. The Chicago Bears, however, are a budding juggernaut, an army with all its tanks in a row, anxiously awaiting a declaration of war on the rest of the National Football League.
With General Jay Cutler back at the helm after the birth of his son, this Bears army vanquished their training exercise combatants from our nation’s capitol, 33-31 on a 57 yard field goal from the “Gould Standard”, Robbie Gould, with under a minute remaining before a raucous crowd at Soldier Field Saturday night.
The final score seemed instantly revisionist though, as the Bears’ starters utterly eviscerated the Redskins’ starters on both ends of the ball in the first quarter-and-a-half. Cutler turned the game over to Jason Campbell with a secure 17-3 lead after engineering a masterful, brutally efficient 6 play, 82 yard drive on a the...
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Jay Cutler realizes the product is not quite finished.
As potent as the Chicago Bears' offense looked in Saturday's 33-31 preseason win over Washington, he sees work to do.
He responded ''two preseason games'' when asked how far the offense has come.
The question is: How far can it go?
The Bears (tied for 11th in the AP Pro32) believe they now have the...
Robbie Gould’s 57 yard field goal with 1:33 left to play lifted the Chicago Bears to a 33-31 victory over the visiting Washington Redskins Saturday night at Soldier Field. In a wild finish to a game that the Bears had dominated through three quarters, Chicago fourth-string quarterback Matt Blanchard directed the Bears into field goal position, and Gould connected on [...]
Chicago's first-team passing attack, featuring Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall, was dominant during the team's 33-31 victory over the Washington Redskins in the club's second preseason game.
Chicago’s new passing duo of Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall came out with a bang last night against the Redskins. Yet this is an aerial attack that still has a lot of room for improvement.
In the Bears division alone, the Packers and Lions have evolved into teams with very potent passing attacks. The Bears had no choice but to finally give into the times, and get Jay Cutler some legitimate weapons to throw to. By signing Brandon Marshall and drafting Alshon Jeffrey the Bears actually have WRs worth drafting in a fantasy league this year. No longer will Cutler have...
Chicago Bears second round pick Alshon Jeffrey is having an excellent preseason with 7 catches for 97 yards in his first two games. Jeffrey caught three balls for 63 yards on Saturday night against the Redskins, including a 34 yard pass from Jay Cutler.
The former South Carolina star is currently listed behind Devon Hester as the number two wide receiver opposite of Brandon Marshall...
Jay Cutler talks about the test the Bears' offensive line will face on Friday versus New York, while RB Michael Bush discusses the difference in locker rooms between Chicago and Oakland.
As the 2012 fantasy football drafts are occurring a lot of people are asking what about the Chicago Bears? Is there any real fantasy value on the team? Well, during the offseason the Bears went out and assembled a potentially explosive offense for the upcoming 2012 season. By reuniting receiver Brandon Marshall with quarterback Jay [...]
It was a great start and a great finish for the Chicago Bears as they won their first preseason game of 2012 thanks to a 57-yard field goal from Robbie Gould. That’s the most excited I’ll get about the fact that they won. Because as you all should know by now, WINNING IN THE PRESEASON DOESN’T MATTER IN THE SLIGHTEST. That being said, there are some positives to discuss coming...
Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall looked sharp from the start, and the Chicago Bears beat Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins 33-31 in a preseason game on Saturday night.
In their first appearance together for the Bears (tied for 11th in the AP Pro32), Cutler and Marshall picked up where they left off when they starred together with the Denver Broncos. They connected on...
Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall looked sharp from the start, and the Chicago Bears beat Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins 33-31 in a preseason game on Saturday night. In their first appearance together for the Bears, Cutler and Marshall picked up where they left off when they starred together with the Denver Broncos, connecting on a 41-yard pass on Chicago's first...