If the Bears are to walk out of Gillette Stadium Sunday as the just the fifth of 25 NFC opponents to ever win there since it opened in 2002, they'll have to make their ultra-cool quarterback
More is involved in fixing the Bears’ quarterback situation than just the turnover issue, dominant as that is in the outcomes of Bears games with Jay Cutler.
The issue has become tiresome, whether Brandon Marshall was naming names in his post-Miami rant, but it is an issue as long as it reflects tension between players.
Jared Allen knows something about leaders and what it takes to be a winner.
Instances of miscommunication between Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall, for instance, or in pass protection with new linemen, have happened this season.