The Jay Cutler injury is overshadowing pretty much everything else that happened during the NFC Championship. One of the things being overshadowed is the depth chart placement of Todd Collins and Caleb Hanie.
I fell prey to it. My inner meatball reared its ugly head as I watched Todd Collins replace Jay Cutler on Sunday.
There are numerous things to be upset at Lovie Smith and Mike Martz for during yesterday’s 21-14 loss to the rival Packers.
Caleb Hanie, the Chicago Bears’ third-string quarterback, Caleb Hanie, did more against the Packers than Jay Cutler could produce in the first half of the game. Unfortunately, his efforts fell short.
Just about anytime you are one of the final four teams left standing in the NFL the feeling is that it was a successful season. The glass half full outlook is that even if you lost in the conference championship you were just one step away from the Super Bowl and the future should look bright.
The Bears 21-14 loss in the NFC title game couldn’t have been more strange if it came out of Hollywood. Nearly coming back to tie the game with your 3rd string QB after being down 14? Impossible – but it almost happened.
The Chicago Bears’ offense finally get into rhythm in the fourth quarter when Caleb Hanie entered to the game to replace an injured Jay Cutler and a struggling Todd Collins.
Chicago Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler has injured his knee and has been removed from the game.
There’s an old saying in sports: sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good. But what kind of luck have the Bears had so far this season that hes lead them to a 9-4 record?
The Score reunited the Bears radio broadcast team from several years ago, when Tom Thayer and Hub Arkush, who were filling in for Mully and Hanley, were joined by Jeff Joniak.
Lance Briggs’ ankle injury will keep him out of today’s game vs. Seattle. Brian Iwuh will start in his place at WLB. For Iwuh, this will be his 4th career start and 1st for the […]
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A week and a half after getting sacked nine times and suffering a concussion, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is officially back.
UPDATE: CHICAGO — The NFL Network is reporting that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is scheduled to start against Seattle on Sunday, two weeks after suffering a concussion. The Bears refused to confirm Tuesday’s report […]
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith is hoping that Jay Cutler will return from his concussion this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks. Then again, he was confident his quarterback would be ready […]
The Bears ran the ball 41 times on Sunday for 219 yards. Those 41 rushes were more indicative of a game plan designed for a specific game, than a new offensive focus. With the loss […]
With each passing week the tweets from former Illinois quarterback Juice Williams get more and more entertaining. For the second week in a row the former QB took to his Twitter page to continue his […]
We will never know the method to the absence of madness. Mike Martz may be a changed man. Jerry Angelo may have delivered an edict. Lovie Smith may have asserted control of gameplanning, playcalling or […]
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The Chicago Bears have officially listed quarterback Jay Cutler as out for Sunday’s game at Carolina. The move Friday was hardly surprising. The Bears said the previous day that Cutler would […]
(AP) — The Chicago Bears’ inability to protect quarterback Jay Cutler led to their first loss. It’s also resulted in them having to play without him for the first time since he was acquired last […]