Chicago Bears Season-End Review, Part II: The Quarterbacks

February 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Never has a position been so scrutinized on this team in its history than the quarterback position has ever since Jay Cutler came to Chicago.  When Cutler first arrived via a trade with the Denver Broncos, almost everyone felt that he would be the guy to bring the Bears to the promised land and get them to the Super Bowl.
His first season with the Bears was a troubling one.  He led the NFL in interceptions and seemed to struggle at critical times.  His second season started out a little rocky, but as it progressed, he ended up picking things up (the offense) and started to play very well.  Granted, there were breakdowns, but he curbed his mistakes and helped lead the team to 10 wins (the 11th win came while he was out of the lineup with a concussion against the Carolina Panthers), as well as to a playoff victory.
Cutler is one of the most criticized quarterbacks in the NFL for several reasons.  People don’t think that he plays up to his potentia...

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