Jay Cutler’s Poor Performance Adds to Chicago Bears’ 10-6 Loss

Posted: 13th November 2009 by Jake Perper in NFL
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The Bears fell to 4-5 on the year, and their playoff hopes basically dissipated, after losing to San Francisco last night. Jay Cutler was awful. He threw five interceptions, including two in the red zone. A couple of them werenÆt his fault, but ultimately, it doesnÆt matter. He leads the NFL with 17 interceptions on the season. Bears fans are starting to compare Cutler to Rex Grossman. The problem with that is in RexÆs only full season as a Bear in 2006, he threw a total of 20 interceptions. The Bears also had a running game that year, and currently the running game is nowhere to be seen. Matt Forte was the leading receiver with eight catches for 120 yards. IÆve wanted Ron Turner to get Matt Forte more involved in the passing game. He finally listened to me. Johnny Knox, Earl Bennett, ...

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