“You think you’re going to be here a while,” Cutler says. “I’m still hopeful that’s going to be true.”
After being benched, Jay Cutler still says he wants to remain in Chicago.
Ahh, just priceless timing.
Well, this is a fun subplot in all the Bears drama.
There really aren’t any good options for the Bears right now.
Firing everyone with football operations input is the only move that makes sense for the Bears.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will be benched for the team’s Week 16 game against the Detroit Lions, according to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
“I can’t hide from that,” Marc Trestman says in one of his more introspective moments.
“We’d have some problems” if a coach did that in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers says.
Even when the Bears were kinda, sorta good, fans could always find something to complain about, while the media moved to tart up the drama around the fortress around Halas Hall.
The media may be Cutler’s best friend, sad as it sounds.
Oh, the high and lows of a down-to-the-wire fantasy football playoff matchup.
Even love-it-all Jon Gruden was dismayed Monday night by Chicago.
The Bears fell to 5-9 with an anemic performance in a 31-15 loss.
Kromer made critical remarks about Jay Cutler to a national reporter.
The Bears (5-8) host the Saints (5-8) on Monday night at Soldier Field.
Cutler took the high road when asked about Aaron Kromer, who threw him under the bus.
“I made a very poor decision talking about things outside the building,” Kromer says.
The Bears make you so uncomfortable that you have no choice but to laugh.
Watching the Chicago Bears management team implode this season almost makes The Onion’s coverage of the team this season more believable.