Found November 30, 2012 on
Football Extra Points:
The Bears will go as far as Jay Cutler can carry their ridiculously bad offensive line. The lineman should shove each other after each series.
After an average Thanksgiving week of picks I'm sitting at 114-63. I need to step my game up as we sprint to the postseason.
Jacksonville at Buffalo - Chad Henne is proving that he can play QB in the NFL. I liked him in Miami and thought they should have held onto him. The Jaguars are not a good team, but Henne's value increases every week.
The Bills are one of many teams in the NFL that will be looking at the QB position as soon as the season ends. They have a running game, some receivers and a solid TE on offense, they need a QB that won't turn it over. Their defense is a mess too but there's too much to get into here.
I'll go with Henne and the Jaguars here.
Seattle at Chicago - This is a match-up of two very good defenses. The Seahawks have an elite RB to go along with their great defense....
BEST OF MAXIM
Chicago Bear quarterback Jay Cutler was fined for taunting by the league without muttering a word during the indicent. He flipped the ball at Vikings corneback A.J. Jefferson late in the foruth quarter last Sunday, and that was enough to warrant a $10,000 fine. Jay addressed the situation on WMVP-AM 1000
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was fined $10,000 for taunting Minnesota Vikings cornerback A.J. Jefferson, the NFL announced Friday. Cutler, apparently thinking Jefferson hit him late or unnecessarily, flipped the ball at him after a play during the Bears' 28-10 victory on Sunday.
Jay Cutler continues to play at a high level, but the Chicago Bears' offense continues it's struggle to put points up on the board. The Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall show combined for another 10 receptions for 167 yards but the Bears only scored 17 points.
This seems to be the weekly theme that has now developed, the Bears can rack up yards and receptions between...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and linebacker Brian Urlacher were both fined by the NFL for their actions during last Sunday’s win over the Minnesota Vikings. Cutler was docked $10,000 for taunting Vikings defensive back A. J. Jefferson by flipping the ball to him after a Cutler scramble late in the first quarter of last week’s game. Cutler admitted on [...]
The NFL has fined Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler $10,000 for taunting Vikings cornerback A.J. Jefferson, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Cutler flipped the ball at Jefferson late in the first quarter of last Sunday's game, and was flagged on the play.
Cutler addressed the incident on WMVP-AM 1000. "I've got to be smarter than that," he said. "If anyone...
Seattle Seahawks (6-5) at Chicago Bears (8-3)
The Seahawks were 6-4 coming out of their bye last week and looked like they were in prime position to take one of the NFC’s two Wild Card spots. However, they lost on the road to the Dolphins and now all of a sudden, the sky is falling for this team. Everyone’s wondering what happened to them. I’ll tell you what happened to them...
Last week: 4 (-1)
Net points per drive: 0.53 (7th)
DVOA: 24.9% (5th)
Weighted DVOA: 25.1% (5th)
Tier 1: Contenders
QB Jay Cutler: 23 of 31 for 188 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception, 2 batted passes, 4 drops, 106.7 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 15 of 34 drop backs (1 sack, 2 scrambles, 9 of 12, 1 touchdown, 1 drop)
CB Kelvin Hayden: Allowed 2 catches...
Jay Cutler found a Chicago Bears receiver not named Brandon Marshall in Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Bears receiver Earl Bennett went head over feet as he scored on a 12 yard touchdown pass.
Seattle will have both of its cornerbacks in Sundays game against the Chicago Bears. Still the Seahawks are one of the worst road teams in the league and visiting Soldier Field will be no small task. The Seahawks are 1-6 on the road this season
The Bears who welcomed back Jay Cutler last week are a completely different team with him under center even if they are the worst passing...
Each week we analyze the match ups and provide our take on which Quarterbacks you should start and which should be sitting on your fantasy pine. We take several variables into account including matchups, injuries, potential weather problems, arrests, baby mama trouble, etc. On the injury front, Big Ben (shoulder) , Alex Smith (concussion), and Mike Vick (concussion) are likely to...
The Chicago Bears needed to keep Jay Cutler upright if they were going to defeat the Seattle Seahawks. They did that but it was their defense who could not contain Seattle’s Russell Wilson late in Sunday’s game.
Earlier in the week, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said that the training wheels were off of the offense. Wilson attempted a career high 37 passes against the Bears...