Up Close: Chicago Bears Quarterbacks

February 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Fans, management and players alike were excited when the Bears acquired Jay Cutler in a trade from the Denver Broncos.
Hopes were high that they would be able to start winning games right away in 2009.  It was not meant to be however as both the quarterback and the rest of the team faltered and failed to do a lot of the important things that it takes to win a game.
There is a new sheriff running the offense in Chicago and things promise to be a lot more explosive, now that Mike Martz is handling things on that side of the ball.  Cutler should be well suited to the type of offense that Martz likes to run, but the rest of the offensive starters may not be ready for the kinds of changes that they will soon have to undergo to make the new offense work.  It will be interesting to see how everyone adapts.
The Bears had two quarterbacks on the active roster during the 2009 season, Cutler and backup Caleb Hanie.  Cutler saw a lion's share of the action, but Hanie did get in ...

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