Found November 26, 2012 on
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It’s easy to dislike Jay Cutler.
He, the Chicago quarterback of perpetual grumpiness (although Smokin’ Jay Cutler was magical), completely great or completely terrible performances, and just enough talent and underachieving to make someone unhappy, has plenty of critics.
This year, he’s been at it again. He feuded with coaches on the sideline. He called out teammates (also on the sidelines). He was great and then stunk, and then was great and then stunk again. He’s at the center of “Is he a great quarterback?” discussions — if the critics aren’t more concerned with “Why doesn’t he smile at staff on his way to games?” (seriously, Tom Jackson).
But maybe we need to stop making fun of Jay Cutler for being so very Jay Cutler (this photo captures it all) and look at the more vital matter of what he means to Chicago as the Bears’ quarterback.
Plenty of people want to look at Cutler’s good games and call him elite or focus on his bad ones and call him terrible. But the only question that ma
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When Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler tied left tackle’s J’Marcus Webb’s shoe during a huddle on Sunday he received a round of applause from his teammates.
Webb seemed appreciative of the gesture by Cutler as he realized in the fourth quarter that his shoe wasn’t tied properly.
“Well, I guess before the game I didn’t necessarily loop, swoop and pull tight enough,”...
Jay Cutler scrambled out of bounds for a first down against the Vikings then proceeded to flip the ball at the chest at cornerback A.J. Jefferson, earning Cutler a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. It’s the first ****** Cutler act in two weeks, only because he missed last week’s loss to the 49ers. To make up for lost time, expect him to rebuff a coach and make a dismissive...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is starting Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings after missing a game because of a concussion.
Cutler was limited in practice this week. He left the game against Houston two weeks ago after a helmet-to-helmet hit by the Texans' Tim Dobbins and did not make the trip to San Francisco, where the Bears were blown out on Monday.
Vikings receiver Percy...
Jay Cutler will start against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The Chicago Bears quarterback has passed all of his concussion tests thus clearing him to play. Cutler had been out since a helmet to helmet hit from Tim Dobbins of the Houston Texas on Nov. 11.
The Bears lost to the San Francisco in their most recent game, 32-7, with Jason Campbell taking the snaps at quarterback. While...
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In addition to the inactives made official Sunday also came the announcement that Bears QB Jay Cutler will, indeed, start against the Vikings.
Even a lopsided win was painful for the Chicago Bears.
They got Jay Cutler back after missing a game with a concussion, only to lose three more stars to injuries in a 28-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Devin Hester left the game with a concussion. Matt Forte and Charles Tillman exited with ankle injuries, and if that weren't enough, the Bears also lost both...
Two key players have been questionable heading into week 12 of the NFL regular season. Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler has been dealing with lasting effects of a concussion suffered against the Houston Texans. Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones has been nursing an ankle injury and while he did play a limited number of snaps last week, he was officially listed as questionable.
The Minnesota Vikings were coming off their bye week refreshed and positive heading into the final stretch of the season, while the Chicago Bears were recovering from an embarrassing Monday night loss and wondering whether quarterback Jay Cutler would be in the lineup.
Then, Minnesota went dormant in the first half of Sunday's NFC North showdown at Chicago and the Bears took...
When Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler tied left tackle's J'Marcus Webb's shoe during a huddle on Sunday he received a round of applause from his teammates.
Webb seemed appreciative of the gesture by Cutler as he realized in the fourth quarter that his shoe wasn't tied properly.
"Well, I guess before the game I didn't necessarily loop, swoop and pull...
[caption id="attachment_10412" align="alignleft" width="300"] Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) on the bench with Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) during the final minutes of their game against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field, in Chicago, on Saturday, November 25, 2012. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune)[/caption]
The NFLs Most Valuable Player award tends to go to the quarterback of the team with the leagues best regular season record, running backs with outstanding statistical seasons and all-around good ambassadors for the game.
Embattled Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler doesnt check off any of those boxes. Hell, he fits none of the criteria whatsoever.
His Bears wont have the best...
The Chicago Bears will be just fine if they keep playing like this - and don't lose any more players to injuries.
Jay Cutler threw for 188 yards and a touchdown after missing a game because of a concussion, and the Chicago Bears broke it open early in a 28-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Injuries to Devin Hester, Matt Forte and Charles Tillman, however, tempered...