1. Tennessee Titans Shouldn't Pursue Trade with Bears for Jay Cutler

    Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is a quarterback who was once considered good. The Tennessee Titans are a team without a quarterback who has ever been good...

    Rivers McCown Written by Rivers McCown about 1 day ago 3,710 reads 12 comments

  2. Jay Cutler Will Be Back in Chicago Next Season Regardless of Week 17 Result

    Who would have thought when the season began that we would be sitting here talking about Jay Cutler being pulled off the bench to replace Jimmy Clausen ...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 2 days ago 9,698 reads 67 comments

  3. Jay Cutler Named Bears' Starting QB for Week 17 After Jimmy Clausen Concussion

    The Chicago Bears announced they will hand the starting quarterback job back to Jay Cutler for their Week 17 game against the Minnesota Vikings ...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 2 days ago 33,315 reads 149 comments

  4. Can the Chicago Bears Turn Back to Jay Cutler After the Week 16 Loss?

    No. The answer is no—without a doubt, no. Jay Cutler shouldn’t be anywhere near a football field for the remainder of the season. Wrap him in bubble wrap and ship him back to Nashville until further notice...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 3 days ago 5,870 reads 89 comments

  5. Marc Trestman's Move to Jimmy Clausen Fails to Provide Spark for Bears in Loss

    Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman had hoped the quarterback change from Jay Cutler to Jimmy Clausen would provide some sort of “spark” for his offense...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 3 days ago 6,968 reads 136 comments

  6. Flawed Jay Cutler Can Still Have a Big Future in the NFL

    Jay Cutler , in the span of 14 games, has gone from one of the most valuable assets in professional football to one of its biggest liabilities. His original team, the Denver Broncos , spent a No...

    Ty Schalter Written by Ty Schalter about 6 days ago 18,621 reads 99 comments

  7. Jay Cutler's Benching Too Little, Too Late for Bears

    In case you missed it, the Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman has decided to bench Jay Cutler in favor of Jimmy Clausen , per Patrick Finley of The Chicago Sun-Times ...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 6 days ago 2,294 reads 0 comments

  8. Insider Buzz: Jay Cutler Benched to Prove Trestman's System Not the Problem

    Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been benched in favor of Jimmy Clausen. Why did the Bears bench Cutler now? Is his time in Chicago over? Watch as Stephen Nelson ...

    Team Stream Now Written by Team Stream Now about 7 days ago 11,006 reads 41 comments

  9. What the News of Jimmy Clausen Starting Means for the Chicago Bears

    Chicago Bears fans called for the backup quarterback, and that’s exactly what they’re going to get Sunday when the Detroit Lions roll into town...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 7 days ago 8,738 reads 43 comments

  10. It's Over for Cutler in Chicago as Trestman Puts Him in His Place: The Bench

    Jay Cutler was benched for Jimmy Clausen . Please read that sentence carefully. Cutler...benched...for Clausen . That's like Chris Rock losing a starting gig to Dane Cook...

    Mike Freeman Written by Mike Freeman about 7 days ago 221,595 reads 540 comments

  11. Jimmy Clausen's Updated 2014 Fantasy Value After Jay Cutler Reportedly Benched

    Unless you're in full tank mode and playing for the No. 1 pick in your 2015 fantasy football draft, you shouldn't be starting Jimmy Clausen in Week 16...

    Tim Keeney Written by Tim Keeney about 7 days ago 7,080 reads 8 comments

  12. Jimmy Clausen Will Start over Jay Cutler vs. Lions in Week 16

    The Chicago Bears have benched starting quarterback Jay Cutler in favor of Jimmy Clausen for Week 16. Continue for updates. Cutler Speaks About Benching Thursday, Dec...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 7 days ago 357,704 reads 595 comments

  13. 5 Bold Predictions for the Chicago Bears' Week 16 Matchup

    Mercifully, we are down to the final two weeks of the season for the Bears . The Detroit Lions come to town looking to stomp on their division rivals and take a big step toward winning the NFC North...

    Ross Read Written by Ross Read about 8 days ago 4,823 reads 18 comments

  14. 5 Things We'd Like to See from the Chicago Bears by Season's End

    The Chicago Bears are a fractured team on every level possible, and it’s only going to get worse before it gets any better...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 8 days ago 10,501 reads 40 comments

  15. Bears Need to Bench Jay Cutler for Sake of His Future in Chicago

    It’s time for the Chicago Bears to bench Jay Cutler , for the good of Jay Cutler and the future of the Chicago Bears organization...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 9 days ago 20,083 reads 102 comments

  16. Playing Only for Pride, Jay Cutler and Chicago Bears Prove They Don't Have Any

    The stage was set for the Chicago Bears to make a statement. For head coach Marc Trestman to prove he hasn't lost his team. For enigmatic quarterback Jay Cutler to prove he actually cares...

    Ty Schalter Written by Ty Schalter about 9 days ago 114,664 reads 264 comments

  17. Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett's Post-Week 15 Fantasy Reaction

    Jay Cutler did not look like the Chicago Bears ' franchise quarterback in Monday's 31-15 loss the New Orleans Saints . Anyone hoping for Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery or tight end Martellus Bennett to produce like No...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 9 days ago 1,373 reads 0 comments

  18. Aaron Kromer's Candid Comments Prove Marc Trestman Bad Fit for Bears HC Job

    An anonymously sourced story throwing the starting quarterback under the bus, an offensive coordinator tearfully apologizing for it and a franchise player left shaking his head in disbelief...

    Ty Schalter Written by Ty Schalter about 12 days ago 39,949 reads 193 comments

  19. New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears: Breaking Down the Bears' Game Plan

    Since the MLB Winter Meetings began, the Bears ’ struggles have become something of an afterthought in the city of Chicago, but that only will last until Monday, when the New Orleans Saints come marching in ...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 13 days ago 1,949 reads 6 comments

  20. Aaron Kromer Issues Apology for Anonymous Criticism of Jay Cutler

    Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer apologized to quarterback Jay Cutler for anonymously criticizing him in the press. Continue for updates. Friday, Dec...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 13 days ago 94,861 reads 257 comments

  21. New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears Betting Odds, Analysis and NFL Pick

    The New Orleans Saints, possibly the most puzzling team in the NFL this season, are 1-4 both straight up and against the spread over their last five games...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by OddsShark.com about 15 days ago 6,036 reads 0 comments

  22. Should the Chicago Bears Have Buyer's Remorse on Jay Cutler?

    “Buyer’s remorse” suddenly has become the talk of the town in Chicago, signifying just how disappointing the 2014 season has become for the Bears ...

    Bear  Heiser Written by Bear Heiser about 15 days ago 4,673 reads 55 comments

  23. Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffery's Fantasy Outlook After Brandon Marshall Injury

    Even though the Chicago Bears have become irrelevant in the playoff chase, fantasy owners have a lot invested in the team's skill players. Unfortunately for some owners, their rosters have been impacted by the injury suffered by Brandon Marshall ...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 19 days ago 13,412 reads 5 comments

  24. Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett's Post-Week 14 Fantasy Reaction

    With Brandon Marshall leaving with a rib injury and the Bears defense again imploding, Chicago needed offensive players to step up. Most of them did just that...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 20 days ago 1,983 reads 7 comments

  25. Stars Fans Love to Hate

    While we mostly seek to highlight the positive side of sports—whether its great plays or heroic achievements—we can’t help but acknowledge that some athletes inspire tremendous anger and outrage...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 21 days ago 17,923 reads 48 comments