Posted September 19, 2012 on
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher told the Chicago media today that the Bears are lucky to have Jay Cutler as the team's quarterback.
BEST OF MAXIM
A large part of Jeff Fisher's rebuilding job with the St. Louis Rams is getting players accustomed to failure to believe they can win.
So far, it's working.
The Rams are 1-1, already halfway to last season's win total. They're playing with the same attitude their coach brings to the job, too.
Cornerback Cortland Finnegan played for Fisher in Tennessee and was the...
According to Anthony Stalter, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson told 101 ESPN Radio in St. Louis that the results of his MRI look good and he’ll be fine.
Steven Jackson telling @101espn that he had an MRI on his groin and everything turned out “positive” (i.e. he’s fine right now). #Rams
— Anthony Stalter (@AnthonyStalter) September 17, 2012
Daryl Richardson came...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was sacked twice in the home opener versus the Colts and seven times in Week Two against the Packers. Nine sacks through two games is just unacceptable.
Clearly a change had to be made up front.
The Bears decided to move backup guard Chilo Rachal into the lineup. He spent his first four seasons in the NFL with the 49ers.
He appeared in 55 games making...
Seven sacks. Four interceptions. Shoving one of his offensive linemen.
Jay Cutler's last game was one the Chicago quarterback probably would rather forget. With the Bears preparing for Sunday's home game against the St. Louis Rams, most of his teammates tried to put Cutler's shove of left tackle J'Marcus Webb and his critical postgame comments in the past.
In a week three matchup the Chicago Bears look to bounce back on offense at home against the St. Louis Rams. The Rams are coming off a strong offensive performance against the Redskins in week two. They got into a bit of a shoot out with RGIII and showed a lot of what they can and can't do on defense in this game.
Going over eight quarters of St. Louis Rams football...
Nobody in the NFL is a fan of the replacement refs. They have undoubtedly done a poor job, through little fault of their own, due to the fact that they weren’t prepared to do the job. They have struggled to understand the rules of the pro game, and have often times been timid when it [...]
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler did his weekly radio show with ESPN 1000 in Chicago today and says e doesn’t regret the way he treated J’Marcus Webb during last week’s loss to the Packers.
“I probably shouldn’t have bumped him, I’ll go with that. As far as me yelling at him and trying to get him going in the game, I don’t regret that,” Cutler said on ESPN 1000...
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) Pushed and shoved throughout a game he felt was "unprofessional" and "dirty," Robert Griffin III finally heard the obvious from one of the St. Louis Rams defensive players.
"I remember one play," the Washington Redskins quarterback said. "After the play, the guy said: We're going to hit you every play.'
Here are the Week Three Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #12 (Last week: #8)
Analysis, "Good Jay, bad Jay. The Bears go as Cutler goes, and he doesn't handle Green Bay well."
NFL.com: #10 (Last week: #5)
Analysis,"What an ugly loss. Lance Briggs, you gotta catch that ball in the first half. Brandon Marshall, you gotta catch that...
Week two is in the books and week three is about to get underway. There were plenty of upsets on Sunday and the QCS staff standings reflect that in our records. Robert Quinn led the staff in week two going 11-5 overall. Hopefully the rest of us follow his lead in week three as we try to get back on track.
Week 2 Records (overall record):
Mike Bundt: 9-7 (19-13)
Ryan Talbot: 9...
Pushed and shoved throughout a game he felt was
''unprofessional'' and ''dirty,'' Robert Griffin III finally heard
the obvious from one of the St. Louis Rams defensive players.