The Chicago Bears boast considerable potential to be a contender, but Jay Cutler's mistakes highlight a team that keeps losing winnable games.
There is no question after all the bad hits, all the sideline pouts and all the lost seasons, Jay Cutler and the Bears have finally found the right mix. On offense, anyway, writes Jon Greenberg.
Cutler and Marshall are primed to elevate the Bears' passing game.
By playing through the pain Friday, Derrick Rose showed why he's one of the NBA's most valuable players.
Figures from Cutler's past are surprised that he's finally playing winning football.
Against an elite defense, the Bears looked formidable in Sunday's win.
The Bears will focus on needs in the draft but they will have a long time to wait.
The Bears need to dive into the free-agency buffet.
There was nothing 'big' about the Bears' win over the Lions.
Bears' win over Vikings brought fun back to dire situation.
Good riddance to an overall lackluster year in Chicago sports.
Best part about loss to Ravens? There's only two more to go until it stops.
If you weren't convinced, this loss proves Bears are a broken franchise.
The Bears put their heads down and ran their way to an ugly win over the Rams.
Cutler has been bad, but there is plenty of blame to spread around for the Bears.
The Bears should let Jay Cutler sling it against a woeful Bengals pass defense.