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Bears extend Cutlers contract

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"October 20, 2009 8:17 PM | No Comments

The Bears have signed quarterback Jay Cutler to a two-year contract extension.

Cutler, who the Bears picked up from Denver in a trade this off-season, had a contract that ran through 2011. Now he will remain with the Bears through 2013, and likely beyond.

Cutler has guided the Bears to three wins and is coming off a 300-yard pass game against Atlanta.

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i hope its not 3 more years of what we saw yesterday (10/25 game against the bengals)

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i hope its not 3 more years of what we saw yesterday (10/25 game against the bengals)
With 2 different QBs having the same result, we need to start looking for the problems in other areas. Offensive line and receivers would be my target. I think Orton was good and the trade worked out for both teams. Orton was a pocket passer. Cutler is much more mobile, and with our offensive line giving QBs less than 2 seconds to even think, our QBs have to be mobile . If we impove on our offensive line and receiver core I think we will be much better.

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With 2 different QBs having the same result, we need to start looking for the problems in other areas. Offensive line and receivers would be my target. I think Orton was good and the trade worked out for both teams. Orton was a pocket passer. Cutler is much more mobile, and with our offensive line giving QBs less than 2 seconds to even think, our QBs have to be mobile . If we impove on our offensive line and receiver core I think we will be much better.
I agree with you on our offensive line, but I don't agree with you on the reciever core. I think our recievers are young, but Cutler has alot of options. Johnny Knox has proven to be a steal in the draft, and while he has dropped some passes he shouldn't have, he is still very fast and pretty agile.

I think the problem is the offensive line, but I don't know if its the people, or the blocking packages (IE coaching)

Matt Forte's inability to move the ball is further proof that we can not set up effective blocking.

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I agree with you on our offensive line, but I don't agree with you on the reciever core. I think our recievers are young, but Cutler has alot of options. Johnny Knox has proven to be a steal in the draft, and while he has dropped some passes he shouldn't have, he is still very fast and pretty agile.

I think the problem is the offensive line, but I don't know if its the people, or the blocking packages (IE coaching)

Matt Forte's inability to move the ball is further proof that we can not set up effective blocking.

Football games are won and lost at the line of scrimmage. We lost both sides of that battle.
Our receivers blow!!! Hester would be a #3 receiver on most teams. Knox has some potential. I am surprised how we have not got Olson in the game more. Offensive line is horrible but none of that matters when the injury ridden defense gives up points every single drive.

Bears were an average team to above before all the MLB's went down. I would say lose out so we get some high draft picks for next year.... but wait... we don't have a 1st or 2nd rounder next year!?!?!

We give up on high draft picks because they have off the field issues.. Williams, Benson ... and Columbo with an injury and then they flourish elsewhere. Guess what, 50% of the NFL has off the field issues. Get over it Bears.




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i agree with all the above replies, O-Line blows, receivers are still young and will hopefully become better overtime, and our run game has been terrible as well. Benson called it that he'd run over 100 yds on the Bears this past weekend and he kept his word which pissed me off but at the same time made me laugh cuz this always happens to the Bears. They let someone go, that players goes on to a new team and explodes there! But we've gotta focus on our defense too, our secondary is horrendous! OchoCinco was having a field day with us!!
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Our receivers blow!!! Hester would be a #3 receiver on most teams. Knox has some potential. I am surprised how we have not got Olson in the game more. Offensive line is horrible but none of that matters when the injury ridden defense gives up points every single drive.

Bears were an average team to above before all the MLB's went down. I would say lose out so we get some high draft picks for next year.... but wait... we don't have a 1st or 2nd rounder next year!?!?!

We give up on high draft picks because they have off the field issues.. Williams, Benson ... and Columbo with an injury and then they flourish elsewhere. Guess what, 50% of the NFL has off the field issues. Get over it Bears.
True the bears have no true #1, but we have alot of quality targets. Hester, Knox, Bennett, Olson, etc. We are giving Cutler options, now he needs protection to be able to review those options. Also, we can't run the ball, Matt Forte has been a dissappointment to every fantasy owner (and bears fan) alike. But it isn't his fault, we give him ZERO holes, zero options. Our offensive line is the biggest sore spot on the offense.

On defense, we have even more problems. Our defensive line is banged up (T harris was out, Dvorchex was out at the beginning of the year) Our linebackers are banged up and our secondary sucked at the beginning of the year, and with injuries has just gotten worse.

As for not having a #1 or #2, we have proven that we are much better at drafting later in the draft. Not having a #1 or a #2, we free up alot of money to get free agents. Having a pro bowl caliber quarterback, will help to draw potential top recievers.

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True the bears have no true #1, but we have alot of quality targets. Hester, Knox, Bennett, Olson, etc. We are giving Cutler options, now he needs protection to be able to review those options. Also, we can't run the ball, Matt Forte has been a dissappointment to every fantasy owner (and bears fan) alike. But it isn't his fault, we give him ZERO holes, zero options. Our offensive line is the biggest sore spot on the offense.

On defense, we have even more problems. Our defensive line is banged up (T harris was out, Dvorchex was out at the beginning of the year) Our linebackers are banged up and our secondary sucked at the beginning of the year, and with injuries has just gotten worse.

As for not having a #1 or #2, we have proven that we are much better at drafting later in the draft. Not having a #1 or a #2, we free up alot of money to get free agents. Having a pro bowl caliber quarterback, will help to draw potential top recievers.
The Bears DO NOT sign top tier free agents. Cutler was a trade and we gave up a starting QB (who for whatever reason is doing well) and two 1st round picks. Turner and Lovie probably need to go.

When is the last time the Bears had a true #1 NFL receiver???? About as long as a QB... Berrian? Robinson? The Bears shy away from "problem" players that put up big numbers. Moss coming from Oakland.. TO coming off Philly. I would of liked to see them make a trade offer for Marshall pre-season. Boldin when he was throwing a fit. It goes both ways. When teams do not have to respect a receiver, they can stack the line and T-Off on the oline. Exactly what every team is doing this year to stop Forte..

Our best players aside from Cutler are all draft picks and high rounds. Forte, Olson, Urlacher, Briggs, ect. Angelo has a bad record with 1st round picks and has decided to trade out or down. He should be launched also...




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The Bears DO NOT sign top tier free agents. Cutler was a trade and we gave up a starting QB (who for whatever reason is doing well) and two 1st round picks. Turner and Lovie probably need to go.

When is the last time the Bears had a true #1 NFL receiver???? About as long as a QB... Berrian? Robinson? The Bears shy away from "problem" players that put up big numbers. Moss coming from Oakland.. TO coming off Philly. I would of liked to see them make a trade offer for Marshall pre-season. Boldin when he was throwing a fit. It goes both ways. When teams do not have to respect a receiver, they can stack the line and T-Off on the oline. Exactly what every team is doing this year to stop Forte..

Our best players aside from Cutler are all draft picks and high rounds. Forte, Olson, Urlacher, Briggs, ect. Angelo has a bad record with 1st round picks and has decided to trade out or down. He should be launched also...
The bears have signed top flight players. Odawalye Oguglia, Cutler, M. Muhammid, Gaines Adams (#4 overall pick in the draft)

The bears turned away Hosaminzadah (sp?) because Angelo commented that he is already 32 years old. The bears are putting together young players.

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The bears have signed top flight players. Odawalye Oguglia, Cutler, M. Muhammid, Gaines Adams (#4 overall pick in the draft)

The bears turned away Hosaminzadah (sp?) because Angelo commented that he is already 32 years old. The bears are putting together young players.
These are not top tier free agents. I like the Adams signing but it remains to be seen how he does. Odawalye is the closest thing.. Moose was not a #1 receiver... ..but rather a nice possession receiver. He was not even the best receiver from the team he came from. Cutler was not a Free Agent, it was a trade!. We gave up a ton aside from the contract he would have to be signed to. Hooze would easily be the best receiver on this team?!?!?!? He is not a RB and 32 is not old for a proven WR. Angelo is an idiot! Did anyone see what TO did in Dallas?




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The bears need an O-Line and a decent secondary. I don't see the receivers as a problem, they are young and they will get better with time. Marvin Harrison is freaking sitting on his couch right now. The Bears should have picked him up. Even if he didn't play, I think the young receivers on the Bears could have benefited with his experience/guidance. With a decent O-Line the running game will pick up. Forte isn't a bad running bad, he played well last year. Thats really where the problem is with the offense, everyone knows it and I don't know why the Bears don't address the issue.

As far as the defense, their number 1 problem I think is tackling. Every game they miss tackles. Sometimes it looks like the guys on defense are more concerned with getting a strip then a tackle. Forcing fumbles is great, but rolling the dice on stripping the ball isn't worth it especially when it gives the ball carrier a chance to gain yards.

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The bears need an O-Line and a decent secondary. I don't see the receivers as a problem, they are young and they will get better with time. Marvin Harrison is freaking sitting on his couch right now. The Bears should have picked him up. Even if he didn't play, I think the young receivers on the Bears could have benefited with his experience/guidance. With a decent O-Line the running game will pick up. Forte isn't a bad running bad, he played well last year. Thats really where the problem is with the offense, everyone knows it and I don't know why the Bears don't address the issue.

As far as the defense, their number 1 problem I think is tackling. Every game they miss tackles. Sometimes it looks like the guys on defense are more concerned with getting a strip then a tackle. Forcing fumbles is great, but rolling the dice on stripping the ball isn't worth it especially when it gives the ball carrier a chance to gain yards.
Could not agree more on Harrison. They should have picked him up when they could not get Marshall.




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