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Monday, September 14, 2009

Cutler Wins Pick FOUR!!! Bears QB Jay Cutler's miserable 1st half:

...You had to see it to believe it

OK, it's not that original, but it gets the point across, as the Bears loss last night was attributable mostly to one thing and one thing only........

That would be this man pictured here, who seemed to be colorblind last night throwing four interceptions in the 21-13 Bears loss, a feat that duplicates one of the same from old Jim McMahon benchwarmer Mike Tomzcak, who also had a swell "Pick Four" nite of his own back in the mid eighties, couple years after the Bears 85 Super Bowl Blowout.

chicagotribune.com: "Of all the scenarios that might have crossed even the most virulently pro-Packers mind, Jay Cutler throwing three interceptions by halftime in his Bears debut was not one of them.

Nor was a fourth interception that cost his team a chance to win Sunday night.

So, no. Don't come here and try to weave that unthinkable tale of woeful quarterbacking. Since Cutler came to town, it was supposed to be on the banned-book list.

But it came to life Sunday night. Cutler was dreadful in the Bears' 21-15 loss. That last interception, with about a minute left in the game, sealed his team's fate. He was left to knock Packers cornerback Al Harris out of bounds and listen to the taunts of jubilant fans at Lambeau Field.

You can't put a ceiling on the disbelief involved here. It wasn't just Cutler's 43.2 passer rating. It was that he looked like so many of the quarterbacks who have stumbled through Chicago.

Pick a word: Unimaginable, bizarre, awful -- however low you want to go. Rex Grossman-like?

'It's still a learning process,' Cutler said. 'We haven't been together that long in game situations. That's no excuse for what happened out there.'"

This hurts just as bad if not far worse, that being losing this man below, Bears Middle Linebacker Brian Urlacher, undetermined amount of time and is indeed a big blow to fans like me who have high hopes for the team, at least once the franchise QB starts completing some passes to the right colored jerseys.

Chicago Beas linebacker Brian Urlacher to have wrist surgery on Monday

hicagotribune.com: "GREEN BAY -- Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher is expected to undergo surgery early Monday morning after dislocating his right wrist in Sunday's 21-15 loss to the Packers.

Urlacher injured his wrist in the first quarter, although it is unclear exactly how he suffered the injury. He had an X-ray at halftime and no MRI was needed.

A surgery related to a dislocation could have something to do with bone being put back into place. The extent of Urlacher's injury wasn't evident following the game although he was expected to undergo a procedure upon the team's arrival back in Chicago after midnight.

The Bears are hopeful it will not sideline Urlacher long. He played well before exiting with three tackles."


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