Anyone who follows football in any capacity knows of the struggles Jay Cutler has endured in his first season in Chicago. His 2009 campaign has been awful at best and disastrous at worst. Without slamming the door shut on Cutler's potential, I did not anticipate seeing much in the season's final two weeks to give me any indication he could right the ship in any meaningful way by next season. And while Monday night's performance hardly has me envisioning No. 6 lighting up the 2010 NFC Pro Bowl ballet, it was the first time in the post bye week debacle that has been Chicago's season, in which Cutler actually displayed the fortitude fans were expecting when the team traded away two first round picks to acquire him in April. It's a staple of bad teams to roll over in defeat when good teams ...
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