Quarterback Jay Cutler hadn't even thrown the third of five interceptions Thursday night in one of the worst Bears offensive displays since the one-year era of former offensive coordinator Terry Shea. Yet the analysts, and experts with NFL Network, and Internet bloggers, had already begun crucifying Cutler. The trade of Kyle Orton had blown up in the Bears' faces, the buzz went, and now they're left with no first round draft picks until 2011, along with a quarterback who is Rex Grossman with legs. This is the kind of garbage you normally get from the people with networks and national websites who look at the surface, check out a number, give a grunt, and point a finger at the obvious as a problem. While it's hard to defend someone after a five-interception effort against a bad San Francisc ...
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