The only way the Bears’ defense can hope to unhinge Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is to mount a pass rush of a magnitude that has yet to be seen in 2013.
When Josh McCown was asked following the Washington game what Jay Cutler could do that he, McCown, couldn’t, McCown replied simply, “Have you seen him throw?”
Actual doctors have estimated that Jay Cutler will need four weeks to get back from the torn groin suffered in the Oct. 20 loss to the Washington Redskins.
The Bears opened this season with two rookies starting on the offensive line. Kyle Long and Jordan Mills have quelled concerns about two babes starting in that group, let alone side by side.
Jay Cutler was walking unaided at practice Monday, even detouring over to visit with former teammate and fullback Jason McKie and being involved in preparations for the Green Bay Packers.