10:40 PM EST, Mon December 22, 2014
Chicago Tribune 1 hour ago
Jay Cutler's benching lasted exactly five days.
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Chicago Bears Blog | ESPN Chicago 5 hours ago
Marc Trestman benched starting quarterback Jay Cutler in favor of backup Jimmy Clausen for Sunday's 20-14 loss to the Detroit Lions. Then mysterious circumstances -- the team's announcement that Clausen was ruled out after suffering a concussion Sunday in which delayed symptoms surfaced Monday -- called for Trestman to go back to Cutler for the season-finale at Minnesota. Trestman mentioned that Cutler gives the Bears the best chance to win, which is absolutely true.
Express-Times Dec 19, 2014
Should the Eagles look into trading for the expensive -- but talented -- quarterback?
Music City Miracles Dec 20, 2014
Some interesting numbers from both QBs. With the news of the Chicago Bears benching their starting quarterback, the Jay Cutler to Tennessee Titans talk has started back up, so inevitably someone will ask if the Titans are better off with Cutler or not. First of all, the Titans shouldn't give up a pick for Cutler. Cutler is a gunslinger like Whisenhunt likes, but there is no way that the Titans should move picks to get him. Cutler has a massive contract and is just too much of a liability at this point, especially considering his injury history. Cutler isn't the type of player who will mask...
Rotoworld 8 hours ago
With Jimmy Clausen (concussion) sidelined, Jay Cutler will be back under center for the Bears in Week 17.
FFToday 8 hours ago
Bears shuffle the deck at QB again Bears will start Jay Cutler at QB in season finale Sunday at Vikings. (Brad Biggs on Twitter) FF Today's Take: Jimmy Clausen suffered a concussion in Week 16 and won't be available so the Bears will turn back to Cutler in the final game of the season. Despite the inconsistent play, Cutler and his main targets will be back on the fantasy radar for Week 17.