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Fantasy Update

Oct 27, 2014
FFChamps.com
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had a decent fantasy-day, despite being blown out 51-23, on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Cutler was 20-of-30 for 227 yards, three touchdowns, one interception, and one fumble lost. He will continue to be a borderline QB1 for 2014.
Oct 26, 2014
Rotoworld
Jay Cutler completed 20-of-30 passes for 227 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in Chicago's 51-23, Week 8 loss to the Patriots.
Northwest Herald Oct 25, 2014

Hub Arkush: Chicago Bears GM Phil Emery calls Jay Cutler 'elite'

And a pig just flew over Soldier Field
Field Gulls Oct 25, 2014

Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Saturday

The day before... Why the Seahawks’ pass rush hasn’t been as good this season | Seahawks | The Seattle TimesThe first pass rusher is still getting there with some consistency this season, but the Seahawks haven’t been nearly as good at getting a second or third guy around the quarterback. The Quarterback Contract Question «Where does your team quarterback’s come from? Most likely, he comes from your team’s selection during the NFL draft. Of the league’s 32 starters, three were acquired by trade1 (Carson Palmer, Alex Smith, and Jay Cutler), six were veteran free agents (Kyle...
Windy City Gridiron Oct 24, 2014

Cutler having the best worst season

Jay Cutler this season, as with every season since he came to Chicago, been the subject of much debate. He's played very well at times and made unforgivable errors at other times. With the offense struggling and discussions of lack of leadership, I think it's possible that Cuter is having both the best and worst season by a quarterback in franchise history. Jay Cutler, in his ninth season in the NFL and sixth in Chicago, remains polarizing both league-wide and among Chicago fans. He is, without a doubt, a frustrating player. After showing so much promise last year under Marc Trestman,...

Prediction: Patriots will beat Bears

The Chicago Bears should put forth a spirited effort because Brandon Marshall's postgame comments after Sunday’s loss to the Miami Dolphins will likely galvanize the team. But Chicago’s penchant for committing turnovers (13 in seven games), combined with the New England Patriots' knack for forcing takeaways (tied for second in the NFL with 14) likely means the visitors walk out of Gillette Stadium as losers. Jay Cutler has committed multiple turnovers in three of the team’s last four outings, resulting in losses.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 24, 2014

Bears still looking for Jay Cutler to take the lead

RICK TELANDER: Jay Cutler was at his weeniest Thursday in his news conference at Halas Hall.
Boston Herald Oct 24, 2014
David Haugh: Maybe if Bears stop treating Jay Cutler like elite QB, it will help him become one

David Haugh: Maybe if Bears stop treating Jay Cutler like elite QB, it will help him become one

Questions came at Jay Cutler like pass rushers Thursday at Halas Hall, each one threatening to make the Bears quarterback uncomfortable. He wasn’t.How unusual was teammate Brandon Marshall’s locker-room rant Sunday?“It wasn’t anything that caught us off guard or (was) off-putting,” Cutler answered during his first media appearance of a tumultuous week.Did Marshall cross a line or call you out personally?“No,” Cutler said. “He didn’t come near me. He didn’t say my name.”
Boston Herald Oct 24, 2014

Jay Cutler: Brandon Marshall, teammates not on attack

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler insists receiver Brandon Marshall did not single out him or anyone else during his outburst following last week’s loss to the Miami Dolphins.“He didn’t come near me,” Cutler said yesterday. “He didn’t say my name. I don’t think he attacked anyone personally (with) what he was saying.”Cutler’s comments came on the heels of a 27-14 loss at Soldier Field that raised all sorts of questions about the leadership and direction of the team.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 23, 2014

Bears are stuck in a rut with Jay Cutler

The Bears’ stunning loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday discombobulated everybody from fan to groundskeeper. We know what it did to wide receiver Brandon Marshall — turned him into a raging Chucky doll stuck on the word, “Unacceptable!’’ I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say all Bears fans, and the Bears themselves, were planning to roll on from the lovely 27-13 win in Atlanta over the Falcons in Week 6, and thereby make something of this season....

Brian Urlacher said what we already know about Jay Cutler

Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher pretty much told everyone what they already know Wednesday, when he said former teammate Jay Cutler fits the category of “elite" in salary only. Don't take that as a dig at Cutler or sour grapes on the part of Urlacher, who departed the organization unceremoniously prior to the 2013 season. Even Cutler didn't seem to take offense to Urlacher's comments. "No," Cutler said when asked if he took issue with Urlacher saying he hasn't produced like an elite quarterback.
Chicago Tribune Oct 23, 2014

Cutler on Marshall rant: 'It wasn't anything ... that was off-putting'

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said Thursday he was not put off by receiver Brandon Marshall's locker room rant following a 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday.

Cutler on Marshall rant: 'It wasn't anything ... that was off-putting'

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said Thursday he was not put off by receiver Brandon Marshall's locker room rant following a 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday.

Brian Urlacher: Jay Cutler elite in paycheck only

Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, now an NFL analyst for Fox Sports 1, disputed a claim by Chicago GM Phil Emery that Bears signal-caller Jay Cutler ranks among the league’s elite quarterbacks based on his record. In an interview with 87.7 FM The Game in Chicago, Urlacher said that the only thing about Cutler to […]
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 23, 2014

Tom Brady is elite; Jay Cutler is, well?

ADAM L. JAHNS: It’s a bizarre week to debate whether Bears quarterback Jay Cutler can, will be or already is an elite quarterback.

Matt Forte on Sunday’s Bears postgame incident: ‘People yell and scream in the locker room all the time’

FOXBORO — Following the Bears’ 27-14 loss to the Dolphins at home Sunday, much was made of a reported heated locker room incident where Brandon Marshall reportedly called out some of his teammates, including quarterback Jay Cutler. The players, and their coach are putting the incident behind them, calling it a non-issue. “It’€™s really no […]
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 22, 2014

Tom Brady has earned ‘elite’ distinction; jury still out on Jay Cutler’s worth

It’s a bizarre week to debate whether Bears quarterback Jay Cutler can, will be or already is an elite quarterback. Yet, here we are, and we have Bears fan “Ryan” to thank for broaching the always-steamy topic during a team-run chat with general manager Phil Emery this week. “No matter how you analyze the history of quarterbacks in the NFL,” Emery replied, “if you have a winning record, you are an elite player at that position.” That would include Kyle...

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