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Green Bay Packers
Chicago Bears – 10, Green Bay Packers – 23This game didn’t really go as planned for anyone here, including Aaron Rodgers (213 total yards, 1 TD, 1 INT). Rodgers ended up with barely over 200 total yards and one touchdown against one interception, for a very pedestrian total. That makes two weeks where Rodgers numbers have been very low considering where he was taken in fantasy drafts, which undoubtedly is costing several teams.As bad as Rodgers’ owners must have felt, it’s nothing compared to anyone who decided to play Jay Cutler (138 total yards, 1 TD, 4 INTs) thinking this would be a marquee matchup. Cutler imploded, throwing four INTs and looking rather lost and rattled from all the hits Clay Matthews laid on him during the game. This is why it’s always dangerous to rely on Cutler, as he does have to propensity to lay a stinker every now and then.With no Greg Jennings who was out due to injury, Jordy Nelson (6-84) had to do most of the heavy lifting for the Packers receivers....
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Receiver James Jones brought his fire extinguisher to put out any possibility of a controversy after being at the receiving end of an emotional outburst from Aaron Rodgers on Thursday night.
Jay Cutler took a beating against the Packers on Thursday night. He was sacked a whopping seven times and hurried on almost all of his throws, which lead to a four-interception performance in the loss. The Bears offensive line clearly has issues that need to be worked out. Tackle J’Marcus Webb played particularly poorly, and Cutler showed him up on the field by getting in his face...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers tight end Jermichael Finley wants no part of his agent's recent comments regarding NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Finley's agent, Blake Baratz, called Rodgers' leadership into question through a series of posts on his Twitter account.
The barrage of tweets actually began with Baratz criticizing Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, writing "...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler did his weekly radio show with ESPN 1000 in Chicago today and says e doesn’t regret the way he treated J’Marcus Webb during last week’s loss to the Packers.
“I probably shouldn’t have bumped him, I’ll go with that. As far as me yelling at him and trying to get him going in the game, I don’t regret that,” Cutler said on ESPN 1000...
Seven sacks. Four interceptions. Shoving one of his offensive linemen.
Jay Cutler's last game was one the Chicago quarterback probably would rather forget. With the Bears preparing for Sunday's home game against the St. Louis Rams, most of his teammates tried to put Cutler's shove of left tackle J'Marcus Webb and his critical postgame comments in the past.
Replacement officials are allowing defensive backs a lot more contact
The Packers’ high-powered offense has been very ordinary through two games. Blame the competition. The 49ers are one of the best defensive teams in the entire league and the Bears’ disciplined Cover-2 scheme has often given Green Bay fits. Blame the quarterback. Aaron Rodgers has been a little off all summer...
The Chicago Bears could not get their offense going against the Green Bay Packers defense on Thursday, failing to generate any consistency throughout the game.
Jay Cutler was sacked seven times, threw four interceptions and the Bears didn't get the type of production out of their running game they anticipated. The Packers defense gave up 187 yards during their week one loss...
Chicago Bears cornerback D.J. Moore has come out and ripped his Jay Cutler for the way he handled things with offensive lineman J’Marcus Webb.
“Is it unfair to criticize Jay right now? Shoot, it’s unfair for him to be like that toward J’Marcus,” Moore said Monday. “In every game in every sport, there’s always somebody who has a tough day. For you to come off on the...
When the word trickled in that the Bears had benched an offensive lineman I was positive that it was J’Marcus Webb.
The thought process had really nothing to do with quarterback Jay Cutler cursing him out. Webb’s game was so bad last week against the Packers and in past situations that it seemed that former line coach and current offensive coordinator Mike Tice had had seen...
Fantasy team defenses are often overlooked but can be weekly difference makers - just ask anyone that played against Green Bay this week as Jay Cutler and crew made multiple charitable contributions to the Pack defense. Today we present an article from TheFakeFootball.com that profiles a few team defenses that could surprise in week 3 based on matchups with struggling offenses and sub par QBs.
Jay Cutler wasn't the only one upset with the Chicago Bears' offensive performance last Thursday, he was just the most vocal.
After receiving plenty of scrutiny for his on-field outburst, Cutler and the Bears look to bounce back Sunday against the visiting St. Louis Rams, who already can match last season's win total under new coach Jeff Fisher.
Chicago managed a paltry...
St. Louis at Chicago Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Soldier Field, Chicago - TV: FOX; DirecTV: 704 *TV announcers: Dick Stockton, John Lynch, Jennifer Hale *Keys to the game: Without RB Matt Forte (ankle), Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice will be more cognizant of protecting QB Jay Cutler with shorter drops. Bush surprised the Bears with his soft hands as a receiver, but Cutler...