The 2009 NFL season is over for the Chicago Bears, both because it's now 2010 and because playoff season has started. The Bears, at 7-9, despite once hoping that their ambitious trade for Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler would make them a complete team, will not be taking part. After a horrid debut, in which Cutler displayed all the bad he brings to the table in a four-interception debacle against the Green Bay Packers, many thought they had him pegged. They thought they had these Chicago Bears pegged. Maybe they did, and maybe they didn't. After all, the resolve that Jay Cutler has carried with him ever since playing for a perennial loser at Vanderbilt and then failing to end with a winning record in Denver, he led the Broncos to three straight victories. Suddenly, the awful perform ...
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