Draft Grades for Every NFL GM

Big Winners, Losers

Chicago Bears: 10 Ways to Improve the Offensive Line So Jay Cutler Won't Die

« Prev
1 of 12
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
Chicago Bears: 10 Ways to Improve the Offensive Line So Jay Cutler Won't Die
Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
The sight of Jay Cutler getting sacked is becoming all too common, so here is a list of 10 ways to improve the Chicago Bears' o-line.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is getting killed out there by his offensive line. 

No joke. 

In a six quarter period, Cutler has been sacked 15 times, including numerous quarterback hits and a concussion. 

Nine sacks came in one half to the New York Giants, which is an NFL record. 

Seattle was no better, where defensive backs got three hits on Cutler. 

After six games, No. 6 has been sacked 27 times. At this rate, he will be creamed 68 times if he survives the rest of this season. 

Poor Old Jay. 

A hideously, atrocious offensive line comprised of Frank Omiyale, Chris Williams, Roberto Garza, Olin Kreutz, Lance Louis, J'Marcus Webb, Kevin Schaffer, Edwin Williams and Johan Asiata is to blame. 

This bunch of unlovable losers are mostly either late round draft picks, undrafted free agents, cut players or aging veterans. 

Now, it's not funny that Poor Old Jay has been getting mashed so many times that he probably doesn't like mashed potatoes anymore. 

But the Bears' offensive line is so terrible that my grandma could get through, so it's almost comical in a certain light. 

So, comedy must be the solution? 

Anyway, here is a list of 10 ways to improve Chicago's offensive line. 

Begin Slideshow »
Load More Stories

Out of Bounds

Chicago Bears

Subscribe Now

We will never share your email address

Thanks for signing up.