Jay Cutler Dooms the Chicago Bears in OT Loss to Washington Redskins

October 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Chicago Bears came into this game hoping to get a win before their bye week and give themselves something to feel good about heading into their week off. After all, a 5-2 record looks much better than a 4-3 one, right? They faced the 3-3 Washington Redskins heading into the bye.
As it turned out the Bears had way too many turnovers to overcome and ended up losing for the second straight game at home, 17-14.
If they had half as many of those six, they would have won this game. If they would have run the ball better in the first half, they would have won this game.
So what happened in this game to make the Bears lose? What could they have done better? What went right? What went wrong? Let’s find in this extended review of the game at Soldier Field.  
Scoring Summary
The Bears got the first score of the game after nickel back D.J. Moore, coming in on a blitz, caught a Donovan McNabb pass that was tipped by defensive end Israel Idonije an...

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