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Nov 27, 2014
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Jay Cutler completed 31-of-49 passes for 280 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Chicago's 34-17, Week 13 loss to the Lions.
Rotoworld Nov 27, 2014

Jay Cutler throws two scores in Thursday loss - Jay Cutler (QB) Chicago Bears

Jay Cutler completed 31-of-49 passes for 280 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Chicago's 34-17, Week 13 loss to the Lions.
Windy City Gridiron Nov 27, 2014

Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions 2nd Quarter Open Thread

Join us below for live updates and instant analysis of today's Bears game! **SCORE UPDATE** Chicago Bears 14 Detroit Lions 3 ---------------------------- The Bears started off fast on offense, taking their opening drive 55 yards for a touchdown... Jay Cutler threw six straight passes, one to Brandon Marshall, one to Martellus Bennett, two to Matt Forte, and two to Alshon Jeffery (one for s score). After punting on their second possession, the Bears got the ball back on the Lions 5 yards line thanks to a Jared Allen strip-sack of Matthew Stafford. The Lions opening possessions included a...
Pride Of Detroit Nov 26, 2014

Things of that nature: A Jay Cutler Thanksgiving

For our holiday edition, we're looking at ways teams have forced turnovers by the Chicago Bears and how the Detroit Lions can do the same. Happy holidays, friends. The Detroit Lions are on a short week, and I'm writing from the comfort of an Amtrak train (without Internet) between Chicago and Flint, so this week's "Things of that nature" will be a little shorter than usual. Let's get right to the point. I can't stand the Chicago Bears. I've developed the specific brand of loathing that comes from being embedded in a divisional rival's city for a decade. As of my writing this, the Lions are...
Pride Of Detroit Nov 26, 2014

Bears player to watch against Lions: Jay Cutler

This week, the opposing player to watch against the Detroit Lions is Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. I'm going with a safe pick this week after last week's swing and miss. Whoops. I should have known better than to trust Bill Belichick. Onward. Evaluating the Chicago Bears is pretty easy this year. When quarterback Jay Cutler performs well and takes care of the ball, they win. When he slips into "Bad Jay" mode -- i.e., lots of turnovers, moody sulking and inefficiency -- they lose. In the Bears' six losses this season, Cutler has turned the ball over 14 times, while in their five...

Jay Cutler expects to throw quickly against Lions DL

Jay Cutler recognizes he can’t stand in the pocket too long Thursday at Detroit against a pass rush Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman described as “relentless.”  So expect the Bears to rely on the quick passing game against the Lions with some screens sprinkled into the mix and very few deep shots downfield. “Can’t hold onto anything,” Cutler explained. “One, two, and you’ve got to get to number three pretty quickly.

QB snapshot: Jay Cutler

A quick observation of quarterback Jay Cutler and how he played in the Chicago Bears' 21-13 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 12: It’s not all Cutler’s fault considering the protection issues the Bears struggled through early on, but he has to stop turning over the ball. The Bears are 8-0 over the past two years when they finish with a positive turnover margin. So Cutler needs to do his part to keep the Bears on the winning side of the turnover battle, especially on Thanksgiving against a Detroit Lions squad that ranks 10th in turnover differential (plus-3).

Jay Cutler: Bears' offense can't dwell too long on mistakes

Jay Cutler acknowledged the struggles the offense experienced in the Chicago Bears' 21-13 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, but he pointed out the team can’t dwell on them with a Thursday afternoon matchup on deck against the Detroit Lions. On six first-half drives against the Buccaneers, Chicago’s offense generated 68 yards and three first downs, with one of those coming by way of a roughing-the-kicker call on the team’s second possession.

Jay Cutler: Bears 'challenged' in locker room at halftime

CHICAGO -- Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler admitted the discussions in the locker room at halftime Sunday of the team’s 21-13 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers became a little heated with the team down 10-0 and the offense struggling. Over the first two quarters, the Bears gained just three first downs and generated 68 yards of offense. By comparison, Tampa Bay racked up 211 yards in the first half and 11 first downs. “We were challenged, offensively,” Cutler said.
Tampa Tribune Nov 21, 2014

Bucs notes: Defense looks to keep turnovers coming

TAMPA -- Two early interceptions last week at Washington sparked the Bucs to a 10-point lead, and there figure to be more chances for takeaways Sunday when Tampa Bay heads to Soldier Field. Chicago QB Jay Cutler is a dangerous downfield passer with a big right arm, but he also has a

Buccaneers will beat Bears

The Chicago Bears finally captured a victory last week, but they did it in a game Jay Cutler turned over the ball multiple times, which marks the first time that’s happened all year. Can the Bears escape the Buccaneers and former coach Lovie Smith in the same fashion, because surely he knows Cutler’s weaknesses enough to force him into turnovers? During his tenure in Chicago, Smith gained a reputation for being able to motivate his players to play for him.
Chicago Sun-Times Nov 21, 2014

Josh McCown never too far away from Bears quarterback Jay Cutler

Josh McCown is just a phone call away. The 35-year-old’s relationship with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler didn’t end when McCown left for a two-year, $10 million contract with the Buccaneers in March. The two still talk and text — mostly about family, but “we do talk a little ball now and then,” McCown said — despite working in quarterback rooms half a country away. READ MORE AT:...
Northwest Herald Nov 21, 2014

Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler prefers to utilize mobility in passing game

LAKE FOREST – In their most complete performance of the season, a 21-13 victory over the Vikings, the Bears’ success on offense began with keeping Jay Cutler safe from one of the NFL’s more prolific pass rushes. It marked the first time this year the Bears haven’t surrendered a sack, as well as the first game in which Minnesota failed to register one.

Jay Cutler: Lovie Smith's firing 'was tough to see'

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler acknowledged Thursday it “was tough to see” former coach Lovie Smith fired by the organization in 2012, after the team posted a 10-6 record. “We won 10 games that year and he got fired,” Cutler said. “And a lot of the blame was on the offense like I said when he got fired. At this point, you just have to wish him well and move on.” Cutler and Smith meet again Sunday when the Bears host the Smith-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Soldier Field.

Jay Cutler: Josh McCown will 'make you better'

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- According to Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, Tampa Bay’s Josh McCown “isn’t much of a bettor.” So don’t expect the quarterbacks to place any friendly wagers on Sunday’s matchup between the Bears and Buccaneers at Soldier Field. “I wish him well except for this week,” Cutler said of his former backup. “We’ll go at it head to head and see what happens.”  Cutler experienced somewhat of resurgence last season, his first under head coach Marc Trestman, and credits his working relationship with McCown as one of the factors in his improvement.
Windy City Gridiron Nov 20, 2014

Chicago Bears Sackwatch 2014: Week 11 vs. Minnesota Vikings

It was a combination of the game plan and Jay Cutler's elusiveness that allowed the Chicago Bears to hold the Minnesota Vikings sackless on Sunday. With no sacks to dissect this week, I'll take a look at some of the signature quarterback stats from PFF to show what the Bears did different last week. Even though the Chicago Bears pass protection kept Jay Cutler off the Soldier Field sod, that doesn't necessarily mean they were exceptional against the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings went into the week 11 game against the Bears with 30 sacks on the season, the 3rd most in the NFL, so pass...

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