Well, the short-term solution is to change-up the game plan. Get Cutler to roll out of the pocket more, which gives him more time to find the open receiver. And historically, Cutler performs best when throwing out-of-the-pocket.
Granted that won't always work, but when you're season is already over it's worth a try.
Besides, we're speaking long-term here.
First: Get rid of Orlando Pace.
His false start on 4th and 1 in Atlanta cost us a win. Most of his errors have caused Cutler to get hit and sacked so many times. It's time to cut ties with the 12-year veteran. Get to work on Chris Williams and make him that Pro Bowl left tackle you anticipated he'd be when you drafted him. Also, either trade or draft another tackle as insurance.
Second: Begin shopping for Olin Kreutz's replacement.
Now, I'm not saying he needs to leave Chicago immediately, but he should at least be on his way out. Yes, Kreutz is a perennial Pro Bowler. Yes, Kreutz is the anchor to the offensive line. But I think it's time to start finding a replacement.
From looking at game film, it seems to me that he's a big reason why the running game has sputtered this season. It's hard for him to create lanes like he used to, and it seems that he's slower to get off the ball. He's not as fast as he used to be when transitioning from the snap to the block.
I say it's time to bring in a new center immediately so they can learn from Kreutz, then slowly bring the new center into the game plan as we prepare for Kreutz's departure.
Third: Re-vamp the entire right side of the line.
Don't care how you do it, but do it. Keep Roberto Garza, but get rid of Frank Omiyale and Josh Beekman. Find replacements somehow, and get on it FAST.