Chicago Bears’ Woes Extend Beyond The Red Zone

Posted: 13th November 2009 by Erin Pellett in NFL
Comments Off
Only seven months ago, Bears fans were announcing their return to the Super Bowl with newly-acquired quarterback Jay Cutler. Despite the apparent step-up from Kyle Orton, the celebration seemed premature to everyone outside of Chicago, due to the Bears lack of a number one wide receiver. Now nine games into the season, the wide receiver position is only the beginning of the team's problems. With every play, Cutler's career appears to be on the brink of extinction with the offensive line providing almost no protection. Cutler seems to get touched on nearly every play, having been sacked, hurried, and knocked down more times than I can count. Ron Turner doesn't use Cutler effectively. There's no creativity in the play calling, some calls are just plain dumb, and Cutler's stuck in the poc ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Erin Pellett

Comments are closed.