Jay Cutler’s performance against the Cleveland Browns personified the trite sports cliche of it’s not how you start, but how you finish.
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.
Stability isn’t a word that’s often associated with the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland first-year coach Rob Chudzinski surprisingly decided to start Hoyer over more experienced backup Jason Campbell.
After missing the Bears beat down in San Francisco on Monday night, quarterback Jay Cutler is still working to recovering from a concussion suffered in Week 10.
If you feel like your hopes of the Bears winning the franchise’s second Super Bowl this season were crushed after last night’s debacle in San Francisco, NFL expert Hub Arkush has a message for you.
Colin Kaepernick passed for 243 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start in place of the injured Alex Smith, and the San Francisco 49ers whipped the Chicago Bears 32-7 on Monday night in a highly touted NFC showdown that hardly lived up to the hype.
It’s been a while since we’ve had an “everybody sucks” game.
With Jason Campbell calling the signals tonight in San Francisco, coach Lovie Smith says the Bears won’t do anything differently on offense than they would if Jay Cutler was ready to play.
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Here are Jeff Joniak’s “Keys to the Game” for the Bears as they travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers on Monday Night.
It is far from a shock that Lovie Smith turns to his No. 2 to play like a No. 1 Monday night in San Francisco. Aside from landing a No. 1 receiver, it was first-year general manager Phil Emery’s mission to land a number two quarterback during free agency.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been officially ruled out of Monday night’s game against the 49ers and Jason Campbell will get the start in his place.
I’ve heard it suggested that Jason Campbell is the best backup quarterback in this year’s NFL — and that maybe the former Raider and Redskin is better than any No. 2 the Bears have ever had.
As the Bears travel to San Francisco in a key NFC matchup on Monday night, analyst Tom Thayer has a message about the 6-2-1 49ers.
Jay Cutler did not practice Thursday, increasing the doubt about whether or not he’ll be able to play when the Bears take on the 49ers Monday in San Francisco.
Filling the backup quarterback position used to be so easy.
With Jay Cutler’s status for Monday’s game uncertain with a concussion, the Bears may be forced to start backup quarterback Jay Cutler.
That’s the way it goes with Bears fans. The backup is beloved until called upon, and if he doesn’t perform like a starter, start yelling for the next guy in line.
According to one NFL expert, if the Bears were to lose Cutler for any period of time this season, they can still succeed.