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ESPN sends out push notification to fans about Chicago Bears QB “Jeff Cutler”

Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler was almost traded this offseason. Now even ESPN appears to be ready to move on from Jay in Chicago. Check out this notification they sent to Bears fans. @DickersonESPN Jeff Cutler. Is this what we call an older saltier Jay? — Kyle Montana (@KyleMontana) June 1, 2015 Lol. Bears beat writer Jeff Dickerson had a great response...
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Dickerson: Cutler can still sling it

According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPN, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has looked good during the first week of the team's offseason training activities. Despite taking a beating in 2014, taking 38 sacks which tied for the second-highest total of his career, Cutler still has a powerful arm. Now what the team needs to find out is if he can learn the offense and not become...
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Report: Bears QB Jay Cutler showing no drop-off in arm strength at 32

Even though Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler has taken a ton of punishment and had one of his sloppiest years as a professional last season, some of his elite capability still shines through to those who study his game. ESPN's Jeff Dickerson notes that, despite being sacked 205 times over the last six years, Cutler "can still sling it."Dickerson cited a deep ball Cutler threw perfectly...
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16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Meet The Possible Jay Cutler Replacements Of 2016

Before delving any further, it must be indicated that Jay Cutler is not a guaranteed flop in 2015.  For the first time really in his six years as Chicago Bears quarterback that he has the coaching staff and offensive talent around him to help mask his deficiencies and accent his positives.  They don’t need him to play excellent, just effective.  However, it must be remembered...
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Jay Cutler ranked No. 7 in player friendly contracts for quarterbacks

The Chicago Bears cleaned house in the front office this offseason cutting loose ex-general manager Phil Emery and coach Marc Trestman; however, their effect on the team is very evident, especially when it comes to quarterback Jay Cutler's contract. According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPN, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is ranked No. 7 in the NFL for player friendly contracts for signal...
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Why the Chicago Bears won’t make the playoffs in 2015

The Chicago Bears hired head coach John Fox for a number of reasons. He is a proven winner, knows how to manage his players and coaching staff and has an uncanny ability to turn around bad football teams at a rapid rate. Bears fans, and players alike, are hoping that last sentiment rings true once more and the Bears can get back to being one of the premier franchises (performance...
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Stats Show Jay Cutler Not As Careless With Football As Believed

He’s earned criticism for not living up to the constant promise he shows and not being a better leader when things get tough, but Jay Cutler also receives an unfair amount of heat regarding his problems throwing interceptions.  Since he is the quarterback and the one who throws the football, the stat is placed entirely on his shoulders.  However, experts have said multiple times...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Biggest concern for the upcoming season

The Chicago Bears have a lot of question marks entering the upcoming season. How will the new 3-4 defense look? Will Jay Cutler bounce back from his abysmal year? Is John Fox finally the right head coach to lead this team back to being a consistent NFC contender? Those are all intriguing questions and potentially major concerns. However, the biggest concern for this season is if...
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Jay Cutler Compares Adam Gase’s Offense to Mike Martz’s

I am not too sure if this was somehow meant to show confidence in new offensive coordinator Adam Gase, but Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler just recently compared his scheme a bit to what Mike Martz ran when he was in the same role in Chicago. He’s worked with a couple different guys. The good thing is, he’s heard a few things that I say,” Gase said, via CSN Chicago. ...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bears considering trading Cutler, drafting Mariota

Marcus Mariota is a huge wild card as we inch closer to the NFL draft. The former Oregon star has been linked to just about every team in the top half of the draft and a few more beyond that. Have the Chicago Bears emerged as a suitor? According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report,...Read More
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April 06, 2015  |  Discuss

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