How the Bears Can Help Jay Cutler Elevate His Game in 2013

May 15, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery had his work cut out for him this offseason. He had to upgrade the offensive line, get more weapons for quarterback Jay Cutler and then find a coach who could improve Cutler's play. On paper, it appears that he's accomplished all three goals, but the question is, how will it all work out when the pads are strapped on?
It's no secret that the Bears need Cutler to step his game up. Ever since he was traded to the Windy City in 2009, he's been viewed as the franchise quarterback, a position the team hasn't had much success at. With Cutler, they received a passer with unreal arm strength, uncanny ability to throw from various platforms and one of the league's toughest players.
They also received one of the league's most frustrating players, however, and arguably one of its most inconsistent quarterbacks.
Cutler threw only 19 touchdowns and 14 costly interceptions in 15 games last season. The latter number isn't high, but many of the t...

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