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Lovie Smith and Jay Cutler's post-game comments after loss to Packers

Mike Burzawa

Die hard Bears fan and lead blogger at Bear Goggles On

That was not what I expected.  4 INT's from Cutler?  Only 1 TD?  Yeeesh!

Check out Lovie and Jay in their post-game comments, courtesy of Comcast SportsNet Chicago:

For some additional coverage, check out my initial post-game reaction at Bear Goggles On

There is plenty left to talk about as we dissect this painful loss:

Jay and his receivers need to get on the same page. I don't think all of those picks were JC's fault, and our inexperience at the position will continue to be a question until proven otherwise.

Ron Turner needs to do a better job of mixing up the runs and passes.  Matt Forte was invisible for chunks of the game and then seemed to get the ball every snap.  Play action much?  How about a couple of runs to settle everybody down while Cutler is imploding in the first half?

What the heck was Patrick Mannelly doing on that audible on the fake punt?  He's a veteran and even if he thinks he sees something, at that field position in a two point game, that is inexcusable.

Where where the tight ends tonight?  2 catches between the two of them.  That was supposed to be a strength going against the 3-4 defense.  If that was a strength, I'd hate to see a weakness.

Injuries on defense scare the heck out of me.  The strength of the defense - the linebackers - could be down two starters as Urlacher and Pisa recover from injuries.

Check back in as we break it all down. I'm expecting some crazy reaction around town.  I'm sure the meatballs will be out on The Score tomorrow calling for Orton.

What do you think?  Who is the scapegoat tonight?  Do we pin this on Cutler or is this a bigger problem? 

I'm new here at Chicago Now, so I'd like to get some comments to take your temperature out there.  Light em up!

Bear Down!!!



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