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As seen in the image above, Jay Cutler was literally running for his life last night.
Now I want to be clear. Was that nine sacks? As in, like, nueve?
That's the problem. I'm not going to pitty patty around about it; the offensive line was dominated and over-matched all night long as Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck reaped the rewards.
The problem I have with this situation is that the blame is being placed on Cutler.
Let it be known that Cutler was eight-for-11 for 72 yards and a 72 percent completion percentage during this whole time of being sacked nine times and thrown or pushed down even more as well.
That's not shabby, minus the interception—he held his own while running for his life.
The Bears offensive line has to get it together because games like that are unacceptable.
If the Bears want to be serious Super Bowl Contenders then they need to fix that offensive line...now.
Just ask Aaron Rodgers, who would have had a chance to lead to Packers to the Super Bowl last season had it not been for the 50-plus sacks given up by their offensive line.