Jay Cutler Superstar

Catching Up on Jay Cutler

With training camp underway, it's time to get back to work, just like our beloved Chicago Bears. We promise more fun and hijinks, cool videos and solid analysis. Let's get caught up with some of the latest Jay Cutler news.

Vaughn McClure reports that Isaac Bruce is in camp to help the Bears receivers. This is great news for Cutler and the Bears. One of the major concerns with the implementation of the Mike Martz offense was whether the Bears young receiving corps would be able to grasp all the concepts, as well the sheer number of plays. Having Isaac Bruce in camp should be a tremendous help.

We are going to go here one final time -- Jay Cutler's 2009 interceptions. And it's only because our brethren over at Fire Lovie Smith crafted a complete breakdown of all of Cutler's 26 picks, with pics and a fancy chart to boot.

ESPN's Adam Schefter is confident that Bears tight ends "are going to produce a lot more than people expect." I'd rather hear that from Cutler.

In an article called "Why Jay Cutler Will Ruin the Bears", Peter Dawson made me laugh, mostly due to this description of Matt Forte and the Bears offense:

Cutler has been blessed with two very talented offensive teams.  The first of which was Denver.  In 2008 Cutler played with two Pro Bowl receivers, Brandon Marshall and Javon Walker; a former Pro Bowler, Brandon Stokley; and a future Pro Bowler, Eddie Royal. As a result, Cutler ended up making his first and only Pro Bowl. 

In Chicago, he was blessed with an extraordinary runner in Matt Forte, who rushed for more than 1,300 yards in the 2008 season. With Forte leading the offense, the load that Cutler had to shoulder in Denver should have been lifted.  Cutler also was reunited with college teammate Earl Bennet. In addition, he was blessed with a big deep threat in Devin Hester, who is nearly impossible to overthrow.

If you don't like the guy just say so. Because with poor reasoning that's all it looks like anyway. Dawson obviously didn't watch the Bears much last year and doesn't know the personnel well.

Keep checking back to JCS. We'll have tons of fun this year. 2010 Jay Cutler Superstar -- Now with 33% less interceptions!



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