With Every Loss, Bears Pay More for Cutler

Posted: 27th October 2009 by Aaron mee in NFL
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Last spring, the Chicago Bears made a play for Jay Cutler, a quarterback whom they thought would be the future of their franchise. Indications are, they still feel the same way about him, as they awarded Jay a fat contract extension that will likely be worth as much as $30 million for two years. Just a few days after locking up Cutler, the Bears went into Cincinnati and got ran over by Cedric Benson, whom they drafted in 2005. Benson seemed to pick up at least ten yards every time he touched the ball. This, of course, put Jay Cutler in a tough position, but his response to the hardship was less than inspiring. He finished the game with one touchdown pass and three interceptions. Not a $30 million dollar day, as the Bengals steamrolled the Bears 45-10. Whats most disturbing about the loss ...

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