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Sep 15, 2014
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Jay Cutler completed 23-of-34 passes for 176 yards and four touchdowns in Sunday night's 28-20 win over the 49ers.
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Bears Vs Jets Fantasy Football: Start Jay Cutler This Week

Bears Vs Jets Fantasy Football: Start Jay Cutler This Week

This week's Monday Night Football matchup has some intriguing implications for the Bears' offense. Plot twist: as much time as I spend writing pieces that are usually about the teams the Bears face, I don't often pay enough attention to their fantasy implications. But, this game does have some pretty intriguing fantasy implications, so we'll go over some of the Bears options, then turn our attention to the Jets. Bears If you have any of the Bears' Prime 5 (Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett, Matt Forte), you could do a lot worse than starting them, but a couple...
Windy City Gridiron Sep 20, 2014

The Weekend Bears Den: September 20, 2014 - Chicago Bears vs New York Jets week 3 news & notes

"Game previews and varied degrees of arghlblargle from renowned columnists" - Steven Schweickert, on the Weekend Bears Den. Cutler excels in two-minute drill - Mark Potash: Since joining the Bears, Jay Cutler is fifth among NFL QBs with a 90.6 passer rating in the last two minutes of a half or a game, and the only one whose rating improves in those hurry-up situations. Chris Conte has solidified safety spot after rough 2013, offseason surgery - Patrick Finley: ‘‘When you see [fans] telling you to go kill yourself, hoping you die, that you don’t deserve to live... it’s not a fun...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 20, 2014

Jay Cutler is a hurry good quarterback

Not much was going right for Jay Cutler against the 49ers last week until he got into the two-minute drill. The Bears were trailing 17-0 and in need of a touchdown to go into halftime with a fighting chance. At the time, Cutler was 7-for-15 for 28 yards — a paltry 1.9 yards per pass attempt. But the desperation of the two-minute drill did the trick. Even with five stoppages — for the two-minute warning and four penalties — Cutler drove the Bears for a...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 19, 2014

Despite jab, Jay Cutler happy for Devin Hester

Jay Cutler took the high road. Asked about his reaction to former teammate Devin Hester’s record-setting punt return with the Atlanta Falcons and Hester’s pointed postgame comments that included a thinly veiled shot at him, Cutler had only good things to say. “No, I did not [hear Hester’s comments], but I’m happy for him,” Cutler said Friday. “Obviously, he’s scoring touchdowns — that’s always a good thing for him. They’re using him in...
San Jose Mercury News Sep 19, 2014

Fine time: Dial docked $16,537 for hit on Cutler; Kaepernick, McCray also fined

Defensive tackle Quinton Dial was fined $16,537 for leading with the crown of his helmet on a roughing-the-passer penalty against the Chicago Bears' Jay Cutler.

Fine time: Dial docked $16,537 for hit on Cutler; Kaepernick, McCray also fined

Defensive tackle Quinton Dial was fined $16,537 for leading with the crown of his helmet on a roughing-the-passer penalty against the Chicago Bears’ Jay Cutler. “This part of the rule is designed just as much for the player delivering the… Continue Reading →
New York Post Sep 18, 2014

Jets must bring out worst of Cutler

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler can put a team on his back and carry it to victory. He also can shackle a squad to his mistakes and drag it to defeat....

Pryor: Let's see if Cutler can take a few hits

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Jay Cutler showed last week he can take a hit and keep on chucking. The Chicago Bears quarterback took a speeding helmet to the chest, shook it off and rallied his team to a win over the San Francisco 49ers. So, obviously, he can't be intimidated. Or can he? "That was one hit. Let's see if he can take a few more," New York Jets safety Calvin Pryor said. "Then we can talk about that." No, the Jets' confidence wasn't dented by last week's woeful defensive performance against the Green Bay Packers.
Gang Green Nation Sep 18, 2014

Jets vs. Bears: Bigger Can Be Better on Deep Balls

There aren't many teams in the NFL who have the size at the receiver position the Chicago Bears do. Brandon Marshall is listed at 6'4". Alshon Jeffery (you might remember him as the 1,400 yard receiver who the Jets passed on to take Stephen Hill) is listed at 6'3". Together they represent a matchup nightmare for most teams in the NFL, particularly teams with iffy cornerback play like the Jets have. Last year Jay Cutler only played 11 games and still had the 7th most completions in the league with 24 completions traveling at least 20 yards. Jeffery and Marshall both rated in the top 6 among...
Chicago Tribune Sep 17, 2014

Jay Cutler against 49ers? Calm, cool, collected

Forget all the outside noise that bombards Jay Cutler on a weekly basis — bluster for each turnover and enthusiastic praise after every victory. The Bears quarterback has neither the time nor energy to worry about any of that. Besides, sometimes the cacophony in Cutler's own huddle can...

Jay Cutler against 49ers? Calm, cool, collected

Forget all the outside noise that bombards Jay Cutler on a weekly basis — bluster for each turnover and enthusiastic praise after every victory. The Bears quarterback has neither the time nor energy to worry about any of that. Besides, sometimes the cacophony in Cutler's own huddle can...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 16, 2014

First-and-10: Did Jay Cutler pass the leader test?

MARK POTASH: Will the real Jay Cutler please stand up? A week ago against the Buffalo Bills, the Bears’ $127 million quarterback put up impressive numbers but made one big mistake — committing a series of cardinal sins on one ill-fated play — and punctuated another disappointing performance with a fit of petulance in his postgame interview.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 15, 2014

Jay Cutler passes test as leader

Will the real Jay Cutler please stand up? A week ago against the Buffalo Bills, the Bears’ $127 million quarterback put up impressive numbers but made one big mistake — committing a series of cardinal sins on one ill-fated play — and punctuated another disappointing performance with a fit of petulance in his postgame interview. It was all too typical of Cutler’s star-crossed career (eight seasons with one playoff appearance). He was almost the opposite...

Marshall, Cutler high on Kyle Fuller

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Chicago Bears 28-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Brandon Marshall admitted that after a few days of matching up with rookie Kyle Fuller during training camp, the receiver found himself spending time studying the cornerback to find ways to beat him. That’s how much of an impression Fuller had on Marshall. In fact, quarterback Jay Cutler said, “You’d think [Fuller] has been in the league five or six years from the way he carries himself.
Northwest Herald Sep 15, 2014

Cutler rallies Bears past 49ers in fourth

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Brandon Marshall walked up to Jay Cutler and planted a congratulatory kiss on his quarterback's head.

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