Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler never realized his potential in Chicago, but that he was benched in his sixth season as a starter is an organizational failure, Jon Greenberg writes.
Coach Marc Trestman has lost the inept team GM Phil Emery put together. It's time the McCaskey family gave both the ax, Jon Greenberg writes.
Jay Cutler is the captain of the Bears' sinking ship, but he's only part of the problem.
Late string of prime-time games is just another reminder of the expectations the Bears failed to meet this season.
At 5-7 after flopping in Detroit, playing the spoiler might be the only thing the Chicago Bears have left, Jon Greenberg writes.
Facing their former coach Lovie Smith, the Bears relied on some familiar tactics to earn a sloppy win over the last-place Buccaneers, Jon Greenberg writes.
As the Chicago Bears' past, present collide with the return of Lovie Smith to Solider Field, it's all right to think of the future. Imagine Rex Ryan winning in Chicago, for example, Jon Greenberg writes.
After suffering two historically bad losses, Jay Cutler and the Bears showed signs of improvement against a very beatable Vikings team, Jon Greenberg writes.
This is a Bears team headed nowhere, from the front office to the ever-churning bottom of the roster, Jon Greenberg writes.
There's no quarterback better-armed to get the Bears to that win-some, lose-some state of being than Jay Cutler.
Brandon Marshall's rant speaks to the truth of the Bears' 'unacceptable' 3-4 record, writes Jon Greenberg.
With some big downfield strikes and no killer turnovers from its quarterback, Chicago escapes Atlanta with a victory and still in the thick of the NFC North, Jon Greenberg writes.
The explosiveness and versatility of former Chicago Bears returner and receiver Devin Hester already is missed as the team prepares to play his Atlanta Falcons, writes Jon Greenberg.
The Chicago Bears boast considerable potential to be a contender, but Jay Cutler's mistakes highlight a team that keeps losing winnable games.
Matt Forte is bucking the trend in the new NFL, proving that a big contract was money well spent for a versatile running back who actually needs the ball even more.
Jay Cutler failed yet again to lead the Bears over the Packers, falling to 1-9 against them.