Jay Cutler wasn’t taking particular note this week about Washington cornerback DeAngelo Hall. But Hall’s chief adversary come Sunday was.
With the Bears’ defense continuing to be unable to prevent opponents from scoring 21 or more points, the burden remains on Jay Cutler to direct an offense that can “carry” the
If you have been living in a cave this week and haven’t heard the news, let me update you: Peyton Manning returns to the house he built, Lucas Oil Stadium, when his undefeated Denver Broncos (6-0)
The last time Jay Cutler faced DeAngelo Hall, the Washington cornerback was catching just about as many of Cutler’s passes (four) as the leading Bears receiver (Johnny Knox, six) that day in 2010.