Can a defense be overhauled in one year? Is Jay Cutler the answer at quarterback in the short term? These are questions Phil Emery is paid to answer, and it’s far easier to develop those answers with cap space room.
Jay Cutler will be the Bears’ starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
A couple of years ago, it looked like the only thing that mattered in the NFL was having a dynamic passing game.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was back at practice Thursday, but head coach Marc Trestman ruled the quarterback out for Monday night’s game against the Cowboys.
The Bears’ quarterback will not play against the Vikings, however.
Somewhat lost in the Jay Cutler controversy Sunday was that the Bears’ defense held the NFL’s third-ranked offense to just 21 points and 364 total yards.
As expected, cornerback Charles Tillman is active and will play for the Bears Monday night at Lambeau Field.
Jay Cutler and Lance Briggs have officially been ruled out for Monday night’s game against the Green Bay Packers.
Though both players have made public comments expressing their desire to return from injuries earlier than their initial timetables, don’t expect to see either Jay Cutler or Lance Briggs any time soon.
Optimism abounds for the injured Bears.
There’s never a good time for a bad game, but the timing of Chris Conte’s subpar performance against the Redskins couldn’t have been worse.
One week down. Less than three to go?
The Chicago Bears might have to play without starting quarterback Jay Cutler for a few weeks, but don’t expect to see a different strategy on offense with backup Josh McCown taking snaps until Cutler is healthy.
No matter what scheme the Bears are playing, there’s one thing they can’t overcome.
General manager Phil Emery isn’t giving up on his team just yet.
Josh McCown was terrific in relief of Cutler
The bad news keeps coming for the Chicago Bears.
Figuring out what was meaningful from a game like that requires an unusual approach.
The bye week couldn’t arrive a better time for a battered Bears team.
No one can blame Jay Cutler for not wanting to talk about DeAngelo Hall, the Redskins cornerback who picked him off four times in one game back in 2010.