Jay Cutler’s Slow Starts Should Worry Chicago Bears

August 10, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The results of preseason games don't matter, but the Chicago Bears should have a minor concern about starting their first preseason game with a Jay Cutler interception.
When Cutler's first pass of the preseason was intercepted, there seemed to be two schools of thought amongst fans. One was the classic overreaction of people quoting former Green Bay Packer Charles Woodson by saying "same old Jay" and wanting to get rid of him before the season starts. The other was it being dismissed as a meaningless preseason interception.
The truth lies somewhere in between.
While the interception may have been meaningless, it's a result we've been seeing a lot. Cutler has struggled early in practices this season, but the problem extends even beyond that.
According to his splits on ESPN, half of Cutler's 14 interceptions in 2012 came within his first 10 pass attempts. Another—Week 3 vs. the St. Louis Rams—came on his 11th attempt, although that one was in and out of th...

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