The Chicago passing offense, such as it was, produced just 194 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns in the fourth quarter well after the game was decided.
Not since the Green Bay game in 2012 when his blind side was in the hands of J’Marcus Webb has Jay Cutler been pummeled this badly by a pass rush.
If there was one question overhanging the quarterback position Monday night against the New Orleans Saints, it was why Jay Cutler was still in the game after a first half in which the Bears manage
Martellus Bennett was like a lot – a whole lot – of Bears in the afterwash of the 31-15 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Monday.
Yes, the New Orleans outside linebacker was serious.