• Jay Cutler wants to avoid coordinator shuffle

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Dec 26, 2012
    But it’s a feat Cutler wants no part of. Beating the Lions at Ford Field in Week 17 was no problem for Jay Cutler and the Bears in 2009. Despite having a Pro Bowl receiver in Brandon Marshall, who has huge numbers of his own, Cutler would rather spread the ball around. ‘‘It’s hard for an offense and as a quarterback to get where you want to be and be consistent on a weekly basis if you’re changing coordinators every couple years,’’ Cutler said during his weekly appearance Monday on ‘‘Waddle & Silvy’’ on W...
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    • Jay Cutler wants to spread the wealth, but it hasn’t happened

      With 108 receiving yards Sunday against the Bears, the Detroit Lions’ Calvin Johnson will become the first player to reach 2,000 in a season. “It’s impressive what they’re doing,” quarterback Jay Cutler said Wednesday, referring to Johnson and q
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    • Big numbers are nice, but Cutler would prefer team effort

      Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is clearly impressed with Lions wideout Calvin Johnson, just as he loves having Brandon Marshall on his side. But that doesn’t mean he thinks it’s the best way to do business. In discussing Johnson’s record-breaking seas
    • Jay Cutler has yet to prove he can close the deal

      Beating the Lions at Ford Field in Week 17 was no problem for Jay Cutler and the Bears in 2009. Cutler had one of his best games as a Bear that day - throwing four touchdown passes without an interception for a 122 passer rating in a 37-23 victory. He d
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    • Jay Cutler would like stability at offensive coordinator

      There’s uncertainty in the air about the future of the current coaching staff as the Bears head into Week 17 and it’s a familiar feeling for quarterback Jay Cutler. While Lovie Smith has been the head coach for the last four years, Cutler’s played f
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    With 108 receiving yards Sunday against the Bears, the Detroit Lions’ Calvin Johnson will become the first player to reach 2,000 in a season. “It’s impressive what they’re doing,” quarterback Jay Cutler said Wednesday, referring to Johnson and q
    Source: suntimes.com

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