Posts tagged "Jay Cutler"

Former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler takes his talents to Mexico

Former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler takes his talents to Mexico
On March 9th, the Bears decided to part ways with quarterback Jay Cutler after acquiring him in a blockbuster trade with Denver eight years ago (STORY HERE). This week, he’s taking time away with his celebrity wife Kristin Cavallari, as the parents of three vacationed in Tulum Beach, Mexico. Cutler had been connected to the... Read more »

AUDIO: Bears Free Agency Update

AUDIO: Bears Free Agency Update
The Bears have signed 17 players here in March, eight new faces and nine guys who played with the team last season. I broke down the team’s free agency so far as general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox continue to put their plan together on how to turn the franchise around after... Read more »

Jay Cutler: A Tribute

Jay Cutler: A Tribute
I remember, as I’m sure you can too, exactly where I was and what I was doing when the news broke that the Bears had traded for Jay Cutler. I was at work and when I saw a text from my buddy. I thought he was screwing with me (he’s a Packer fan). Low and... Read more »
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Say Goodbye: Jay Cutler's time in Chicago is officially up

Say Goodbye: Jay Cutler's time in Chicago is officially up
With the ball on the New York Giants 49-yard-line with just over one minute left in the game, Jay Cutler threw a pass well over the head over the head of his intended receiver, Marquess Wilson. The Bears lost the game 22-16 and Cutler’s last throw of the game, an interception turned out to be... Read more »

Beat up Bears fall flat in the second half against New York

Beat up Bears fall flat in the second half against New York
No one will talk about how hard Jay Cutler played on Sunday afternoon in New York. Instead, everyone will say, “there’s the old Jay” who threw an interception into triple coverage as the Bears fell on the road 22-16 to the Giants. Already playing without his top two wide receivers in Alshon Jeffery and Kevin... Read more »

The Bears do just about everything wrong in loss to Tampa Bay

The Bears do just about everything wrong in loss to Tampa Bay
To sum up Sunday’s game for the Bears with one word, that would be – brutal. A match up with NFC foe Tampa Bay came after the Bears had 12 days between their last game, a win over Minnesota and a bye week. The 4-5 Buccaneers soundly beat the Bears, 36-10 despite two fill-ins along... Read more »
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Final Thoughts: Cutler, Howard, offensive line and defensive line shine in upset win

Final Thoughts: Cutler, Howard, offensive line and defensive line shine in upset win
No turnovers from Jay Cutler. 200 total yards from a rookie running back in Jordan Howard. A season-high five sacks defensively and just one sack given up by the patchwork offensive line. Those are just some of impressive things the Bears did to upset the first place Minnesota Vikings in a 20-10 victory on Monday... Read more »

Five Bears to Watch: Week 8 vs. the Minnesota Vikings

Five Bears to Watch: Week 8 vs. the Minnesota Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings come to town on Halloween, fresh off its first loss of the season at 5-1. The Bears are on the opposite side of the spectrum at 1-6, but some key players return and anything can happen on Monday Night Football. Injuries continue to be an issue for the Bears with 12 players... Read more »

Cup of Joe: A starting standard

Cup of Joe: A starting standard
Written by Joe Tidei/Special to Bears Backer I know what you’re thinking; not another Brian Hoyer vs Jay Cutler article, but this one is different. So before you click off, first hear me out. This is less about Hoyer vs Cutler as it is about holding Hoyer to a higher standard; a starting quarterback standard.... Read more »
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Bears Coaching Insight: Is the experiment over with Dowell Loggains?

Bears Coaching Insight: Is the experiment over with Dowell Loggains?
Written by Joe Tidei/Special to Bears Backer Before the Bears season started, there was plenty of room for optimism. Not necessarily that they would make the playoffs, but they would be improve from a year ago and build something for 2017 and beyond. Everything was lining up. John Fox’s teams historically being much better in... Read more »