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'You Idiots Would Like That,' Jay Cutler Says To Bears Fans After Completing Pass
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will have pins removed from his surgically repaired right thumb on Tuesday.
Cutler, however, is not expected to play in the team's season finale against the NFC North rival Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Cutler suffered the injury to his throwing hand during a 31-20 triumph over the San Diego Chargers last month.
He has thrown for 2,319...
The Chicago Bears season ended for all purpose with the injury to Jay Cutler in week 11. The Green Bay Packers ended the pathetic Bears season in a practical sense on Sunday night of Christmas Day. It ends officially and mercifully (and believe me I mean mercifully, because when you live in Chicago, people DO NOT SHUT UP ABOUT THE BEARS EVER) on Sunday.
But Sunday night’s game...
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Jay Cutler has shown by his absence how valuable he is to the Chicago Bears. With him, the Bears were primed to be a playoff team. Without him, they are winless, and they will be without him again Sunday. We dig into the stats for proof of the difference Cutler makes.
Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith confirmed Jay Cutler will have pins removed from his right thumb Tuesday, but it’s highly unlikely the quarterback will return to play in Sunday’s season finale at Minnesota.
Both quarterback Jay Cutler (thumb) and running back Matt Forte (MCL sprain) were placed on injured reserve.
The Bears were holding out hope that both stars could return before the end of the season, but decided to shut them down after being knocked out of the playoff hunt with their loss to the Packers in Week 16. Forte was a stud this season before going down, and...
Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith says quarterback Jay Cutler will have pins removed from his surgically repaired right thumb on Tuesday.
The Bears have placed injured quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte on the injured reserve list, meaning they won't play in Sunday's season finale at Minnesota.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- The Chicago Bears have placed quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte on injured reserve, meaning they will miss the season finale at Minnesota this week.
When he addressed the media Monday, Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith stopped short of ruling out Jay Cutler and Matt Forte for Sunday's season finale at Minnesota, but left their status in doubt.
AFTERNOON SPORTS CLUB: The Bears were in a no-win situation with Josh McCown, but it was their own fault. Whether he was as bad as Caleb Hanie or played like Jay Cutler, anything McCown did against the Packers on Sunday night was an indictment of the Bears’ ability to evaluate quarterbacks.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — If the Bears had replaced Jay Cutler as well as they replaced Matt Forte, they’d be in a lot better shape. While Cutler’s absence has been debilitating, the loss of Forte has much easier to sustain. Marion Barber rushed for 108 yards against the Broncos on Dec. 11 in Denver....