With two upcoming, winnable games at home, the time is now for Cutler to step up.
Here is a list of five interesting sports stories you may have missed this week.
Jay Cutler’s far from the Bears’ only issue, but he plays the biggest role in salvaging the season.
Brady called New England’s win against Chicago “one of the most fun days we’ve ever had on the football field.”
There must be some serious soul-searching by the Bears on their bye week.
Lamarr Houston is set to have an MRI on his knee, while Matt Slauson left with his right arm in a sling.
Chicago’s issues span personnel, coaching and the players.
There’s no accountability on a Bears squad that’s now an also-ran at 3-5.
Tom Brady threw five touchdown passes, and the Patriots dominated throughout.
Heading into Foxboro, the Bears’ season has reached a tipping point.
Chicago faces New England on the road Sunday at noon.
New England is an NFL-best 40-9 in October since 2003.
The money may say the offense should run through the right arm of Cutler, but the numbers suggest otherwise.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s recent play shows he’s once again a coverage mismatch.
The Patriots aren’t as dominant as they’ve been in the past, but they’re still a very dangerous team.
Here are five funny sports moments you may have missed this week.
While the Jets have fallen badly, the Patriots have picked it up with two stellar offensive showings in the last two weeks. Tom Brady has found his rhythm, while tight end Rob Gronkowski is growing more dangerous each week. Here’s a look at the key players on each side and which players belong in your fantasy line-up.
These divisional rivals are going in opposite directions.
Jason discusses Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Patriots not being done yet.
We’re five games in — bad play is a troubling trend, not a fluke.