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5 Bold Chicago Bears Predictions That Could Seriously Happen

The picture is beginning to take shape for the Chicago Bears as the off-season progresses.  GM Ryan Pace still has plenty of work left to do with the draft and everything else but most of what the team plans to attack the 2015 season with is slotting into place. The question will be, of course is just how high a ceiling will they have?  Are they better?  Are they worse?  Experts...
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Proof Jay Cutler Wins When The Bears Actually Run The Ball

A lot of people weren’t happy with the news that GM Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox dropped when they stated 31-year old Jay Cutler would remain the starter moving forward for the team.  After six seasons of interception, moody facial expressions and underwhelming play, many were content to let him walk. In the end finances and a lack of secondary options have made that scenario...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Quarterback Controversy Brewing with the Chicago Bears

It doesn’t matter how much money a team has committed to a specific player. If he’s unable to perform at even a mediocre level, said player will find himself riding the pine. This is obviously the case with Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who signed a ridiculous seven-year, $126.7 million extension with the team last January. Cutler, 31, has turned the ball over a whopping...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

John Fox: Jay Cutler will have to earn starting QB job

For the life of me I still don’t understand why the new Chicago Bears front office didn’t just cut quarterback Jay Cutler, but at least they’re not giving him the quarterback keys without some due diligence… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen as March comes to a close First and 10: Ten teams that would be great on Hard Knocks According to...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

John Fox says Jay Cutler the starter but declares job an ‘an open competition’

New Chicago Bears head coach John Fox arguably was talking out of both sides of his mouth when he said Jay Cutler is the team’s presumptive starting quarterback but then said the job will be decided by “an open competition.” Fox made the comments regarding the Bears’ quarterback position on Wednesday while speaking with reporters...Read More The post John Fox says Jay Cutler...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears GM confirms decision to stick with Jay Cutler at QB

There have been many conflicting reports over the past several weeks that the Chicago Bears might move on from quarterback Jay Cutler. However, the Bears have just confirmed they plan to stick with Cutler as the team’s starter moving forward. Ryan Pace on Cutler: "We've made that decision. We're moving forward with Jay Cutler as our starting quarterback." — Michael C. Wright...
Via Sportsnaut
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears, Jay Cutler can still part ways

Despite the lessons of last year's disappointing performances on the field, the Chicago Bears and new head coach John Fox remain captive to quarterback Jay Cutler's lucrative binding contract.  The best-case scenario for any new staff is flexibility, and this has to be one of the least flexible situations in professional football.  Under the terms of Cutler's deal, he's scheduled...
Via Football By Football
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears Have Only One Serious Jay Cutler Trade Option

Sports Mockery reviewed possible destinations the Chicago Bears could trade Jay Cutler months ago.  There are some interesting ideas, to be sure but in the end we came to the conclusion that there is only one obvious team they have a legitimate chance to make a deal with. That is the Tennessee Titans. The facts line up more easily for them than any other franchise by far.  They...
Via Sports Mockery
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Cutler available to teams in trade

The Chicago Bears are in a difficult position with Jay Cutler and apparently have made it known that the quarterback is available in a trade. NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that teams know Cutler is available: “Teams certainly know that Jay Cutler is available if they want him for the right price.” –...Read More
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Contract fine print reveals cutting Jay Cutler may cost nothing

As things stand with the Chicago Bears and quarterback Jay Cutler, the fans are divided.  Some want him to stay.  They believe his talent is something you don’t let go so easily, especially since he’s better than a lot of other options out there.  Then there are those who have grown tired of the turnovers, the inconsistency and the mercurial personality.  No matter the cost...
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February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

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