Matt Coan, B/R NFL Analyst
The Chicago Bears have been more effected by injuries than any other team in the NFL.
The loss of Jay Cutler did a lot more to hurt the team's production then most people expected and it would be very easy to shut everything down and look forward to next season after losing four straight games.
With that said, it isn't the right thing to do.
Until the team is mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, they cannot just quit and the only thing to do now is try and win.
Jay Cutler may come back next Sunday against the Green Bay Packers and who knows what could happen. The combination of the Packers resting their players after locking up everything and with no shot at 16-0 and the Bears being highly motivated against a rival on Christmas could end up in a win.
It would take a lot for this team to make the playoffs but as long as their's a chance, they need to focus on 2011 and not 2012.
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