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Sep 28, 2014
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Jay Cutler completed 22-of-34 passes for 256 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Packers.
Northwest Herald Sep 26, 2014

Notes: Cutler set for another showdown vs. Capers

LAKE FOREST – It’s Packers week, so it’s time to harp on Jay Cutler’s struggles against the Packers.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 26, 2014

Jay Cutler confident he can reverse negative trend vs. Packers

Dom Capers had Jay Cutler down. A lot. No one coach frustrated the mercurial Bears quarterback into chest-bumping teammates more than the Packers’ defensive coordinator. And then coach Marc Trestman happened. And on-the-field help came through general manager Phil ­Emery. And Cutler’s narrative changed. This is the more efficient, better leader, better everything Cutler that the Packers will face — not the infuriated player who was sacked, intercepted and...

Jay Cutler cognizant of turnovers

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago's 35 points scored off eight takeaways so far this season serve as constant reminder for quarterback Jay Cutler about how quickly things can snowball for the team if he doesn’t practice ball security. So after throwing two interceptions in the team’s season-opening loss to the Buffalo Bills, Cutler hasn’t offered up the opposition any more turnovers while throwing for six touchdowns and passer ratings of 119.

4 Downs: Jay Cutler breakthrough vs. Packers?

Jay Cutler has 17 interceptions and a 65.1 passer rating in nine career regular-season games against the Green Bay Packers and has lost six straight games to them. Coming off two road wins on a national stage and facing a 1-2 Packers team that has struggled offensively, will Cutler turn his fortunes around against Green Bay? Our panel weighs in on that and more: Fact or Fiction: Jay Cutler will exorcise his Packers demons and turn in his best performance against Green Bay on Sunday.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 24, 2014

Martellus Bennett’s response to ‘disrespect’ works fine for Bears

Martellus Bennett has never been at a loss for words or emotion, and he expects similar behavior from others. So it was interesting to follow his logic after the Bears’ 27-19 Monday night win over the New York Jets, which included his two touchdown receptions from quarterback Jay Cutler. He had played a keyed-up game, he said, because Jets coach Rex Ryan apparently didn’t have enough enthusiasm in his voice when he mentioned Bennett’s name in some pre-game...

Jets: We were robbed of touchdown

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Last week it was the touchdown that wasn't. This time, it was the fumble recovery that wasn't. The New York Jets were burned by a premature whistle in Monday night's 27-19 loss to the Chicago Bears at MetLife Stadium -- a blown call that probably cost them a touchdown. At least that's how they saw it. The controversial play occurred with 1:30 remaining in the second quarter. David Harris sacked Jay Cutler for a 10-yard loss, stripping the Bears quarterback of the ball in the process.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 23, 2014

TELANDER: Stats might not show it, but Bears were good enough to win

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — You know it’s not good when your quarterback — a good jogger but not a great runner — is your leading rusher at halftime. With 17 yards. And your star running back, a fellow named  Matt Forte, has seven yards on seven carries. So it was with the Bears in their 27-19 victory Monday against the New York Jets. Jay Cutler had a nice 16-yard scramble and a help-me-Lord one-yard run in the first half, and there (basically) was your Bears...
Newsday Sep 22, 2014

Bears' Jay Cutler gives Jets' patchwork secondary a workout

On the face of it, the pregame news that cornerback Dee Milliner was inactive for the Jets' date Monday night with the Bears seemed like a bad omen. Facing Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler and a receiving corps of Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett and former Jet Santonio Holmes without a starting corner was not an appetizing prospect.
Windy City Gridiron Sep 20, 2014
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....

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