5 Reasons Why Jay Cutler Will Win NFL MVP for the Chicago Bears Next Season

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5 Reasons Why Jay Cutler Will Win NFL MVP for the Chicago Bears Next Season
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It is no secret that Jay Cutler and the Bears offense did not live up to the expectations of the Chicago faithful during the 2012 regular season. 

Expectations by making bold moves like trading for Brandon Marshall and having a run-oriented offensive coordinator and play-caller in Mike Tice—who let's be honest did not game-plan for running the ball sufficiently or effectively—were not met. Having an offensive line with more holes than that old shirt you have hung up in the garage for yard-work was ultimately the downfall for playoff hopes in Chicago as well as Lovie Smith's job. 

With moves like the hiring of quarterback guru Marc Trestman to be head coach, along with offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer, there is hope once again in the Windy City for a top-tier playoff caliber team. 

Even bigger hopes that with added help and better coaching, Jay Cutler will finally live up to the potential he had coming out of Vanderbilt, and play well enough to step into the elite NFL quarterback category. Better yet, bring an MVP trophy home to Chicago. 

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