Tag: Jimmy Clausen

Final Thoughts: The Bears Get Shutout But Brutal Stretch Is Over

Final Thoughts: The Bears Get Shutout But Brutal Stretch Is Over
Yeah, the Chicago Bears punted on all 10 of their possession in Sunday’s 26-0 shutout loss in Seattle, but they did some surprisingly good things on defense – at least for the first half. Starting the season 0-3 for the first time since 2003, the Bears aren’t doing themselves any favors moving forward, but even if... Read more »

Week 3 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks

Week 3 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks
The Bears landed in Seattle late Friday after one final practice. In a game that seems almost impossible to win on paper without their starting quarterback Jay Cutler and No. 1 wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, the Bears will need a miracle and then some to pull out the road victory. Both the Bears and Seahawks... Read more »

Five Bears To Watch: Week 3 vs. Seattle

Five Bears To Watch: Week 3 vs. Seattle
Arguably the top two offensive Bears starters outside of running back Matt Forte won’t be healthy enough to play in Sunday’s road tilt with the Seattle Seahawks. Quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery have both been ruled out with hamstring injuries. Cutler, of course suffered a strained hamstring in last week’s blowout loss... Read more »
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Inside Look: The Chicago Bears Quarterbacks

Inside Look: The Chicago Bears Quarterbacks
Prior to Jay Cutler’s arrival in Chicago in 2009, only two quarterbacks had ever started six straight seasons for the Bears. Despite underachieving, Cutler has the chance to extend his career with the Bears with a bounce back 2015 season. The two Bear quarterbacks who started for six consecutive seasons were Ed Brown (1955-60) and... Read more »

As Expected Jay Cutler Will Remain The Bears Quarterback This Season

As Expected Jay Cutler Will Remain The Bears Quarterback This Season
ESPN’s Chris Mortenson reported Tuesday that the Bears fully expect Jay Cutler to be their quarterback for the 2015 season. On Monday with all the free agency news spreading, Cutler was part of that noise in trade talks. However, one of Mortenson’s sources said there was “absolutely zero truth” to those reports. According to ESPN... Read more »

Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Stranger, Cutler Is The Starter Again

Just When You Thought Things Couldn't Get Stranger, Cutler Is The Starter Again
Chicago Bears leaders Robbie Gould and Brandon Marshall had much to say about some hot topics Monday following Sunday’s 20-14 loss to Detroit. Jimmy Clausen, who started his first game since Jan. 2011 failed to earn a win despite a solid performance. He’s now 1-10 as an NFL starting quarterback, but it was announced on... Read more »
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Luckily It's The Preseason, But Bears Need To Get Their Act Together Quick

Luckily It's The Preseason, But Bears Need To Get Their Act Together Quick
The preseason is there for players to earn valuable reps and get into a rhythm with their respective units, but the Bears found no such luck on Friday night in Seattle. The first-team offense totaled only 163 yards and 10 first downs with three punts on four first-half possessions. Plagued by seven combined drops by starters... Read more »

Jimmy Clausen Not Jordan Palmer Should Be Cutler's Backup and Here's Why

Jimmy Clausen Not Jordan Palmer Should Be Cutler's Backup and Here's Why
The Bears don’t have Josh McCown anymore as a security blanket and they don’t have things figured out regarding the No. 2 quarterback spot just yet. However, there is one big difference between Jimmy Clausen and Jordan Palmer, potential. Yes, Clausen struggled in his one season as an NFL starter, but the former second-round pick... Read more »

2014 NFL Preseason: Five Things To Keep An Eye On In Game One

2014 NFL Preseason: Five Things To Keep An Eye On In Game One
The Bears started training camp on July 27th and now only 12 days later they will take the field against the Philadelphia Eagles in game one of the NFL preseason. A lot has changed since Marc Trestman’s first season ended in a disappointing 8-8 campaign, but the arrow is pointing up for his group. The... Read more »
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The Signing of Clausen Provides More Competition Moving Forward Behind Cutler

The Signing of Clausen Provides More Competition Moving Forward Behind Cutler
Ever since Josh McCown left this off-season to cash in on a big payday in Tampa Bay many wondered who would backup Jay Cutler. On Thursday that picture may have become clearer with the signing of quarterback Jimmy Clausen to a one-year deal. Although the signing hasn’t been officially announced by Bears officials, Clausen and... Read more »