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Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler
Jay Cutler is the quarterback of the Chicago Bears. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 2006 NFL draft and played three years in Denver before being traded to the Bears in 2009 for quarterback Kyle Orton and the Bears' first and third-round selections in the 2009 draft, and the Bears' top pick in 2010. He played his college football at Vanderbilt.
Jay Cutler is the quarterback of the Chicago Bears. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 2006 NFL draft and played three years in Denver before being traded to the Bears in 2009 for quarterback Kyle Orton and the Bears' first and third-round selections in the 2009 draft, and the Bears' top pick in 2010. He played his college football at Vanderbilt. « Show less

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  • Would the Bears bench Jay Cutler for the last three games?

    Would the Bears bench Jay Cutler for the last three games?
    If Bears know they're out of the playoffs, do they try to experiment with putting other players in, possibly even Jimmy Clausen? -- @CtownSportsTal The Bears have been playing “other players” for much of the season. They have used a league-...
  • Brandon Marshall supports Jay Cutler but 'would have buyer's remorse, too'

    Brandon Marshall supports Jay Cutler but 'would have buyer's remorse, too'
    Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall takes immense pride in his business sense. Through that lens Monday, he agreed with criticism of quarterback and teammate Jay Cutler. The day after being released from Northwestern Hospital, Marshall...
  • Bears found wanting against Cowboys whenever it mattered

    It is hard to overcome the loss of one of your playmaking wide receivers as the Bears were forced to do Thursday night when Brandon Marshall exited in the second quarter with two fractured ribs and a lung injury. The Bears were short-handed in other...
  • Fantasy Wild Card Wednesday: Cartoon Jay Cutler, Matt Forte help parody fantasy coaches

    Fantasy Wild Card Wednesday: Cartoon Jay Cutler, Matt Forte help parody fantasy coaches
    If you're going to create a cartoon parody of fantasy football, what better foils than Bears teammates Jay Cutler and Matt Forte? They're an apt illustration of how real-life football and fantasy football diverge: The Bears have a 5-8 record, yet Cutler...
  • Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler

     Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler
    In 1975, eight years before Jay Cutler was born and nine before the arrival of Brandon Marshall, the Magnuson-Moss Act became law. It was designed to protect consumers from faulty warranties on products with the psychological benefit of reducing cognitive...
  • Santa's doing a kickass job with Chicago sports

    Merry Christmas, Chicago. For those who like to open gifts early, there they are. Lots of them. The big one with the bow, open that one! It's John Lester! He almost went to Boston but Santa said, "Hey! Time for something different!" The smaller...
  • Looking for that special Christmas gift? It's an experience.

    Looking for that special Christmas gift? It's an experience.
    A friend told me about this amazing new trend in Christmas giving, and I just have to share it with you. This new gift-giving business doesn't involve giving a gift at all. Rather than give a gift wrapped in paper, one that was purchased with hard-...
  • Under Marc Trestman definition of accountable, no one is

    Under Marc Trestman definition of accountable, no one is
    Aaron Kromer's voice quivered and Marc Trestman raised his defensively Friday as both Bears coaches left another audience at Halas Hall unfulfilled. This was a familiar game plan of the Bears offensive coordinator and head coach for the latest crisis of...
  • Aaron Kromer must go for anonymous low-blow criticism of Jay Cutler

    Aaron Kromer must go for anonymous low-blow criticism of Jay Cutler
    Football coaches routinely preach the need for commitment, discipline and trust. Teams need talent too, but without the bedrock principles that represent the foundation of any roster or coaching staff unity splits into disparate parts. Without a...
  • Bad Bears situation makes Jay Cutler look good

    Bad Bears situation makes Jay Cutler look good
    The rich irony for the Bears on Friday at Halas Hall was that Jay Cutler never has looked better, and it had nothing to do with his play on the field. It was a magnificent trick. The team found a way to make the embattled quarterback with the $126.7...
  • Thank you, Aaron Kromer

    Thank you, Aaron Kromer
    Thank you, Aaron Kromer. On behalf of Bears fans everywhere, thank you for telling the truth about Jay Cutler. Sure, Aaron, you were stupid, but you were honest, a combination that is greatly appreciated and necessary in this death-spiraling Bears...