Found November 11, 2012 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
Two of the best teams in the NFL meet up on Sunday night: the 7-1 Houston Texans head to Chicago to take on the 7-1 Bears.
Both are at the top of their respective divisions, and are in the top two spots of their respective conferences. The winner of this game will cement themselves as one of the top, if not the top, teams in the NFL.
Smokin’ Jay Cutler ain’t scurred of the Houston Texans and their dominant defense; he saw what Aaron Rodgers did to them and will be looking to do the same on Sunday night. (via This Tumblr)
The Texans are the top team in the AFC. Their only loss this season came against the Packers, and that was quickly made up for with a 43-13 win over the Ravens one week later. (It must be noted that the Ravens are the second best team in the AFC with a record of 6-2.)
Houston has dominated their opponents on both sides of the ball this season. In their seven wins, five are by double-digits, with the other two being by six points each. Take away the 2...
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler left last night’s
contest against the Houston Texans after sustaining a concussion during the
first half of the game. Cutler, who was replaced by Jason Campbell, has yet to
be ruled out for next week’s matchup with the San Francisco 49ers, reports
Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com.
"We're hopeful (that
Cutler is available...
Trainer: Jay, we observed your helmet make contact with the ground on that last hit. We’re going to have to administer a routine concussion test before letting you back into the game.
Jay Cutler: [eyes roll back into head]
Trainer: Yes, I know this isn’t pleasant, but it’s mandatory procedure as dictated by the league office. Tell me, Jay: which quarter is the game in?
Quarterback Jay Cutler left the Chicago Bears' game against the Houston Texans on Sunday night with a concussion, according to NBC. Cutler remained in the game following a big hit late in the second quarter, but did not come out of the locker room with the team following halftime. Jason Campbell, who had thrown one pass all season entering the game, took over the Bears'...
The Bears lost twice Sunday night, the game to the Texans and Jay Cutler to a concussion while the Vikings pulled out of free-fall mode against the Lions.
This was system failure, maybe system overload for the NFL. You get a big game like Sunday night, Houston at Chicago, and hope to see statements made, questions answered.
We got statements, all right. When Houston linebacker Tim Dobbins cheap-shotted Jay Cutler -- in the officials' opinion -- by going helmet-to-helmet after Cutler had thrown a pass, Dobbins was allowed to stay...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has left Chicago's game against the Houston Texans because of a concussion.
A scrambling Cutler took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Tim Dobbins after unleashing a pass on third down at midfield late in the first half Sunday night.
There were offsetting penalties on the play. Cutler got called for an illegal forward pass because he was beyond the line...
Concussions have been one of the top priorities for the NFL over the last few seasons. Lawsuits and permanent injuries to former players, and a bounty system in New Orleans has made head injuries a hot button topic.
There were a handful of concussions in the NFL in week 10 including three to starting quarterbacks. Michael Vick, Alex Smith and Jay Cutler sustained head injuries...
On Monday, Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith could not answer questions about the status of the teams quarterback Jay Cutler. Smith did offer that the Bears quarterback is “getting better” and said that Cutler has shown no ill effects from the concussion that knocked him out of Sunday nights game against Houston.
When asked about the performance of backup quarterback Jason...