The inept Bears finally met an offense worse than theirs in the Cleveland Browns, who literally turned the game over to the Chicago on Sunday. But don't let one win against the worst offense in the NFL, and one of the worst teams in football, make you think the Bears don't have serious problems on offense. The Bears may have won by a wide margin, but the final score should have been a lot more lopsided. Jay Cutler came to Chicago with a reputation as a QB who couldn't get it done in the red zone. And though I'm still glad we have him, I'm beginning to see why that reputation is deserved. Cutler's tendency to force the ball into coverage has resulted in 11 interceptions already this season. While the horrible play of the offensive line has certainly had something to do with this, it can't b ...
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