2013 is really a make or break year for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears. The front office has done their best to improve that train wreck of an offensive line in front of him. They signed an all pro, another guy who’s decent, jettisoned the 1st round pick bust and spent their 1st round on the position this year.
He’s had Brandon Marshall, a legit #1 target, back with again for over a year. And he’ll finally be playing in an offense that suits his talents. Possibly.
So all the pieces are in place for him. Maybe. Jay Cutler called it a “three-year process” to learn an offense in the NFL and using that time frame he has had an opportunity to master only one in his now eight-yea NFL career.
Will this finally be the year Jay Cutler lives up to the hype that accompanied him when he was traded from Denver to Chicago? Like all Chicago sports experts (or at least people perceive me to be a Chicago sports expert for some reason) I received a ton of texts that day saying something to the effe...