Unless Cutler gets hurt again, Josh McCown’s season is over–and it should be, because Jay Cutler is the better quarterback who gives the Bears the best chance of winning.
Asked if he’ll be watching the Lions play the Ravens Monday night, Bears running back Matt Forte had a simple answer.
As multiple reports went public about teammates privately not supporting him, Jay Cutler took the field at First Energy Stadium with the weight of a franchise on his powerful right arm.
Jay Cutler shook off some early rustiness and threw three touchdown passes in his first start since Nov. 10, leading the Chicago Bears to a 38-31 win Sunday over the Cleveland Browns.
There were no surprises among the Bears’ inactives Sunday, as the team is close to being as healthy as it has been all season.
With only three playoff tickets punched, 25 teams remain in contention for a playoff spot.
In Week 2, Jay Cutler solved Pittsburgh’s fire zone 3-4 scheme, and one of Steeler coordinator Dick LeBeau’s students is using it in Cleveland. Yards are tough to come by against the Ray Horton coached Browns defense.
Lance Briggs was officially ruled out against the Browns Friday, but all signs point to the Bears linebacker returning against the Eagles next week.
The absolute undeniable fact that Cutler is the better quarterback and athlete than McCown is one thing, but you need to feel good, dontcha?
If you want to catch a Bears game this season, Sunday might be your cheapest bet.
Our experts expect the Bears to take care of business against the Browns.
Let’s go to the film room to look at a few of the Browns pressure packages.
Stability isn’t a word that’s often associated with the Cleveland Browns.
With four games remaining, 29 teams remain in contention for a playoff spot.
Entering Week 13, 24 teams remain in or within one game of a playoff bid.
Heading into Week 12, 23 teams are either in or within one game of a playoff bid. A marquee matchup between two old foes is rekindled on Sunday night.
Ten weeks in the books and 23 teams remain in or within one-and-a-half games of a playoff bid. Week 11 is highlighted by two marquee, prime time matchups.
Nine weeks into the season, there have been several notable turnarounds.
Only one game on the Week 9 docket features two teams with winning records, the Monday night matchup between the Bears and Packers.
And then there was one. With the Broncos falling to the Colts, only the Chiefs remain unbeaten.