The Bears made strides on offense, but not enough to reach the playoffs in a disappointing ending.
In the Marc Trestman era, defense is no longer the Bears' foundation.
Jay Cutler will get paid, but the Chicago Bears' quarterback can't buy what he desperately needs in his career.
Marshall is right that jobs should be lost over the Bears' shoddy offense.
As much as we want to, we still can't count on the inconsistent Jay Cutler.
The Bears reverted to some familiar problems in their loss to the Packers.
Swagger is sincere now for Jay Cutler, even against the Packers.
The Bears' offense took a step back in loss to Packers.
Jay Cutler is not without blame for the Bears' pressure-packed loss.
The Saints handed the Bears a reality check in their 30-13 victory.
If life were fair, the Chicago Bears wouldn't have had to spend the past two days defending Jay Cutler's character or his toughness, or criticizing the fast-twitch criticism of their NFL peers.
The Bears' NFC Championship Game loss left plenty of questions at quarterback.
Chicago is ready for another championship party throughout the city.
Figures from Cutler's past are surprised that he's finally playing winning football.
The Bears' offense played to win Sunday, just not very well.
Chicago Bears bringing back memories of 2006 Super Bowl team.