Found November 27, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
PLAYERS: Jay Cutler
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
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Just when everyone was starting to hit the panic button in Chicago, the Bears beat the Minnesota Vikings convincingly on Sunday.  In the Bears eight wins they have looked like they could make a run at the Super Bowl, and in their three losses (all against elite teams) they have looked utterly overmatched.  As hard as it may be for Bears fans to believe given the collection of talent in Chicago, all signs point to the 2012 Chicago Bears being a good football team, not a great one. The win Sunday was evidence of the immeasurable impact that Jay Cutler has on the Bears.  Cutler looked sharp, fitting a lot of throws into extremely tight coverage.  But although Cutler had a solid performance, he was still forced to make a lot of his throws while running away from defenders outside of the pocket due to somewhat spotty offensive line play. It is clear that this year the Chicago Bears offense can only go as far as the offensive line will take them.  The already struggling offensive line suf...
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