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The Chicago Bears showed off their explosive offense in today's 41-21 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. It was an interesting afternoon at Soldier Field, with the Colts coming out of the gates firing. Let's take a look at some highlights in today's game, and finish up with the hero and the "zero".On the opening drive, the Bears were rudely introduced to the 2012 NFL season as Jay Cutler was sacked by an all-out rush by the Colts. They ended up getting pinned back near their own end zone, and were forced to punt it away. Then, after a Colts 3-and-out and a punt inside the Bears own five-yard line, Cutler threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown. The Colts got off to an early 7-0 start, but from that point on, it was all Bears. Bears' running back Matt Forte had an impressive day, collecting 80 yards rushing and another 40 yards receiving. He also had an over-the-shoulder, one-handed catch that surely will make all of the highlight reels lat...
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The Chicago Bears pass protection gave Jay Cutler all day to throw throughout most of the afternoon in the Bears' season opening win over the Indianapolis Colts. Cutler was sacked on the very first play of the game when the Bears went play action and Kellen Davis got beat on an inside rush by Robert Mathis, but things settled down there after.
Settled down may be an understatement...
The Chicago Bears pipe crowd music in to practices during weeks with home games, that is not standard in the NFL but the Bears dont know what else to do. The home crowd at Soldier Field wont cut the offense a break and it can be hard for the players to hear the calls and signals.
Quarterback Jay Cutler showed his displeasure with the fans during the first quarter of Sundays...
With the addition of physical wide receivers such as Brandon Marshall (above), Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is becoming more cocky telling Green Bay defense backs “good luck” (Credit: AP Photo).
As the Chicago Bears prepare for their showdown with division rival Green Bay Packers on Thursday, Jay Cutler is already giving the Packers bulletin board material. Cutler has always...
Jay Cutler went behind center and found Brandon Marshall with ease, as if the two had never been separated from their time in Denver.
Cutler threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns, Marshall had 119 yards and a touchdown through the air to spoil No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck's debut 41-21 at Soldier Field.
In fact, the whole team was in sync in this one. Matt Forte...
Jay Cutler threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns, Michael Bush added a pair of scoring runs and the Chicago Bears spoiled Andrew Luck's debut in beating the Indianapolis Colts 41-21 Sunday.
Brandon Marshall had nine catches for 119 yards and a touchdown in his first game since being reunited with Cutler. Matt Forte ran for 80 yards and a score, and also had 40 yards receiving...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler complained about their own fans being too loud while their offense was inside the opponents red zone. Now it looks like head coach Lovie Smith is joining him in asking the fans to quiet down.
“First off … I thought [the fans] were outstanding on … all the downs,’’ Smith said on Monday per the Chicago Sun-Times. “The general rule...
Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall paced an impressive offensive attack for the Chicago Bears in Week 1.
The Chicago Bears started slowly. Jay Cutler threw an early pick six and staked the Colts to a 7-0 lead, then proceeded to dominate them in all aspects for the game for 3 quarters. Jay Cutler go untracked and hit Brandon Marshall for a TD and Matt Forte showed his offensive skills and Chicago pulled away in the 2nd quarter. Tim Jennings had two interceptions for the Bears who...
The NFL season kicked off today for the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears.The Bears came into today's match-up at Soldier Field as heavy favorites, but the game did not start as they had planned.It took them a little while to get the offense rolling, and once they did, it was an impressive sight to behold.The Bears ended the game with a 41-21 victory over the Colts. Let...
The Chicago Bears passed their season-opening "exam" with flying colors on Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts. Playing against a team with just two wins from the season before may not be the greatest measuring stick for any team. Add to the mix, the Colts were starting a rookie quarterback with a first-year coach and anything but an impressive win would have been considered...
The Indianapolis Colts looked amazing in the beginning of their week 1 match up against the Chicago Bears.
On the very first play of the game, Colts outside linebacker Robert Mathis sacked Bears quarterback Jay Cutler for a 12 yard loss. Then on the Bears second drive, inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman picked off Cutler’s pass and ran it in for a 4-yard touchdown. Colts led early...
Bears receiver Brandon Marshall is still the apple of Jay Cutler's eye. Marshall had nine receptions for 119 yards and a touchdown in his Chicago debut.Fantasy Spin:Marshall had two 100-catch seasons with Cutler at the helm in Denver and a third seems likely this season.
The Chicago Bears started the 2012 campaign with a win over the Indianapolis Colts at Soldier Field.
Here is a recap of the 41-21 victory on Sunday.
It was a rough start for the Bears, who looked shaky on their first two drives. They allowed one sack and Jay Cutler tossed an ugly pick six on a check down to Matt Forte from his own four-yard line. The Colts were up 7...
Here are the Week Two Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: # (Last week: #9)
Analysis, "Looks as though they might have an offense to go with their defense this year."
CBS Sports: #10 (Last week: #13)
Analysis,"Jay Cutler looked like a new man after a slow start. You think he loves have Brandon Marshall around"
Fox Sports: #8 (Last...