Back in April, I remember getting a text message from a friend of mine telling me that the Bears had traded for Jay Cutler; I then realized it was an April Fools joke. Kyle Orton and three draft picks later, the deal was done and Chicago rejoiced;I know I did. The trade looked really good on paper. You have a premier QB coming to a team that had been quarterback hungry since the departure of Jim McMahon in the mid-1980s. He is young (25) and a Pro Bowl talent with just about all the physical attributes one would want out of their quarterback. This is what Chicago had been waiting for, right? Seven months later, we are staring at a Bears team that is 4-5 after an abysmal 10-6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The whole team is struggling this season, but Jay Cutler seems to be a perplexing i ...
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