Each offseason the amount of teams that need quarterbacks always outnumbers the amount of quarterbacks available through either the draft, or the death pit that is free agency at the position.
So a risk needs to be taken on an established arm who’s fallen out of favor. In some instances the quarterback in question has legitimately regressed, and in others he’s become a poor...
You may recall earlier in the week that ABC 7 Chicago took an overly dramatic approach to express their opinion of Jay Cutler and his performance this season. Well, they have managed to one up themselves with their latest caption, courtesy of @StateStreetSports.
It’s hard to believe that Marc Trestman will still be the head coach that far into 2015, if at all, but if he’s NOT...
Everyone in Chicago is hoping that Jay Cutler is traded away from the Bears, and the Tennessee Titans are slowly becoming a very likely destination. Think about it for a moment, why would the Chicago Bears really bench Cutler?
Here are some recent clues that have people thinking Cutler is headed back to Tennessee.
Cutler’s hat choice in his press conference last week...
Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman has been criticized for the way he has handled off-field issues this season. Jay Cutler’s benching is no exception. While you can’t really fault Trestman for sitting Cutler down, he probably could have done a better job of informing his team about the decision before it went public. Bears...Read More
The idea of a team picking up Jay Cutler’s $15.5 million base salary for next season seems utterly ridiculous. When you take into account the fact that the Chicago Bears replaced him with a career back up that’s 1-9 as a starter, and it seems even crazier.
But some quarterback-needy team will pull the plug on a trade for the embattled signal caller when the new league years gets...
Give credit to Jay Cutler: Despite enduring a terrible week as a professional quarterback, he was still able to maintain his sense of humor. Cutler cracked a joke at his press conference on Thursday, which was his first time speaking with the media since the news emerged that he was being benched for Jimmy Clausen....Read More
Many believe Jimmy Clausen starting for the Chicago Bears on Sunday is a lost cause, but apparently that is not the feeling in the team’s locker room. According to NFL Network’s Michael Silver, “Bears offensive players believe Clausen will ‘light it up,’ simply because he’ll run offense as prescribed.” Head coach Marc Trestman’s offensive system...Read More
With the breaking news that the Chicago Bears have benched struggling veteran quarterback Jay Cutler for Week 16, ticket prices for the team’s game against the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field have dropped dramatically.
The Bears have hit rock bottom and now so have their ticket prices.
According to reports, starting ticket prices for this Sunday’s game at Soldier Field start...
Some pretty surprising news coming out of Chicago on Wednesday evening. According to ESPN insider Adam Schefter, the Chicago Bears are planning to start Jimmy Clausen at quarterback against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
This means that the ultra enigmatic Jay Cutler will be warming the bench after struggling throughout the vast majority of the 2014 campaign.
It also leads us to...
A Chicago broadcaster had a very simple and sadistic message for the Chicago Bears regarding Jay Cutler: cut him or cut your wrists.