Found November 03, 2011 on
Heading into Philadelphia this week Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football, and after winning three of their last four games the Chicago Bears offense is riding high as of now. However, offensively the Bears are not as equipped to do any damage as last weeks opponent.
Quarterback: Jay Cutler
Jay Cutler is very inconsistent, but [...]
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Enough with this “Pay Forte” stuff. It’s getting pretty old, and I believe it has no real merit.
So what if the guy has nearly 50% of the offense’s total yards and leads the team in both receiving and rushing yards and gets paid less than a million dollars a year? Trust in Jerry Angelo. He knows best.
Angelo has brought us greats such as Rex Grossman and Kordell Stewart....
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said today that his “close, personal relationship with Satan, Prince of Darkness” is not something that should be open to ridicule by the fans, the media or opponents.
Watch as Paula Faris tries to get inside the head of one of the league's biggest enigmas, Jay Cutler.Photo Credit: Mike Coppola
Brian Dietzler examines Jay Cutler's place in Chicago.
Jay Cutler has complained repeatedly in the past that the communication devices have not worked properly at times when plays are relayed from offensive coordinator Mike Martz through quarterbacks coach Shane Day.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer Quarterback Jay Cutler sees room for improvement and help on the way for the Chicago Bears.
With Earl Bennett expected to return from a chest injury, Cutler figures to have one of his favorite targets available when the Bears visit the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night.
At 4-3 after back-to...
After starting 38 games in three seasons with the Bears, Jay Cutler ranks first in passer rating (81.5); second in completion percentage (60.2); sixth in completions (734), touchdowns (59) and yards per attempt (7.09); and seventh in yards (8,642) and attempts (1,219).
Is it sad that Cutler ranks so high in Bears history in so many categories in just two and half seasons under center...
Remember how loud the Lions' crowd was on Monday Night Football? The nine false start penalties, and the way the Bears burned through their timeouts because Jay Cutler couldn't communicate with the offense over the cacophony? Well, we have some bad news. Philadelphia isn't much better.
The Bears will head the City of Brotherly Love to play the Eagles, Monday,...
The Bears will have to contend with the Eagles' top-ranked rushing attack led by LeSean McCoy (above) and quarterback Michael Vick.
Here is a look at hypothetical propositional wagers between the Bears and Eagles.
First team to score
Eagles. The Eagles have a potent offense — ranked No. 1 in the league — and have finally started to come together after a 1-4 start to their...
What a difference a bye-week makes, huh?
It’s amazing that a team that looked as bad as the Eagles did three weeks ago, can look as good as they looked last week against the Cowboys. It didn’t help the Cowboys that their defensive coordinator had literally no clue what he was doing, and their quarterback is softer than a Drake song.
This weeks matchup against the Chicago Bears...
Rookie receiver will lose time to returning Bennett but will sub for othersThe buzz surrounding Earl Bennett's return to the Bears' lineup has taken the spotlight away from the guy who quietly developed into one of Jay Cutler's favorite targets.