Despite eking out a win against Tennessee last weekend, Jay Cutler looked like he had hit rock bottom. After a loss to the Jets and then a shutout to the Saints, Cutler put up an even worse statline against the Titans—12-for-26 for 92 yards, with a pick and, at the very least, one touchdown. Cutler was booed by his…
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Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler’s performance against the Saints on Sunday could be euphemistically described as “casual,” with one specific Wildcat play serving as fine recap of his game.
When running the wildcat, where a tailback takes the direct snap and the quarterback lines up out wide, the QB’s one job is to look like a threat. Sure, he’s probably not going to be thrown the ball. But he should at least make it appear to be enough of a possibility to draw a defender. With that said, here’s Jay…
Smart not to worry about Cutler tackling any of the guys he throws picks to.
The Dolphins held a press conference today to officially introduce new quarterback Jay Cutler, who ended his brief retirement to sign a one-year, $10 million deal to play in Miami. Cutler certainly plugs a hole at quarterback for the Dolphins, but there remain concerns about his commitment to the game, and I, a…
A day after it was reported that Jay Cutler was leaning away from joining the Miami Dolphins, Cutler has now reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract to join the organization and replace injured starter Ryan Tannehill.
While it hasn’t quite achieved the will-he-won’t-he twists of 2017's great NeyWatch, the Jay Cutler-Miami situation has had an unusual number of twists for a flirtation involving a 34-year-old replacement quarterback.
Jay Cutler’s bare ass is still a free agent, but maybe not for long. The ex-Bears quarterback is reportedly interested in working as a broadcaster.
We had fun looking at Jay Cutler’s bare vacation ass yesterday, but I’m not sure if anyone had a more joyful reaction to it than Cutler’s former teammate, Brandon Marshall.
Jay Cutler’s unemployed and on vacation, which means that instead of worrying about preparing for the Jets, the quarterback gets to enjoy the weather and pose nude for wife Kristin Cavallari’s Instagram. A photo of Cutler’s butt lies within this post; consider yourself warned.
Here’s a sure thing: Jay Cutler is done with the Bears. Or, more accurately, the Bears are done with Jay Cutler—they reportedly told him in his January exit interview that they’ll be seeking other quarterbacks for 2017. One big question is whether the Bears can get anything for him.
As Barry wrote a month ago, Jay Cutler is highly unlikely to return to the Chicago Bears next year. He’s 33 years old and the Bears have to pay him $16 million dollars if they keep him next year, which would be an outrageous amount to pay the disgruntled sort-of-good quarterback of a 2-8 team in full-on rebuild mode.…
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler’s game against the Buccaneers did not get off to a good start, with two interceptions (one a pick-six) in the first quarter. But he took a pretty nice step toward redeeming himself with a Hail Mary to finish off the first half:
It was a feel-good Monday night in Chicago, a relatively dominant 20-10 win over the division-leading Vikings, but the truth is none of that really matters for the Bears. Even with the victory they’re 2-6, not going anywhere, and the team has reportedly hired an “outside consultant” for a full evaluation of its…
The Chicago Bears have the following quarterbacks on their roster: Brian Hoyer, Matt Barkley, and Jay Cutler. Two of those dudes are bad. The other has an injured thumb and the disposition of a disgruntled tabby cat. Not the most enviable position to be in, but let’s see how john Fox plans to figure it out.
Maybe because in the Jay Cutler era the Bears have typically ranged from mediocre-bad to mediocre-good, spots on a relatively short continuum that usually requires the bulk of the season to pinpoint, this team gets treated as potentially relevant for far longer than it should. Let’s not fall for it again this year. We…
Jets receiver Brandon Marshall was on the Rich Eisen Show yesterday, and the two got to talking about quarterbacks. When Eisen asked how long it had been since Marshall had spoken to former teammate and Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, Marshall gave an interesting answer:
Blaine Gabbert, Jim Tomsula, and the San Francisco 49ers went to Chicago and beat the Bears 26-20 in overtime. It was a silly game between mediocre teams, and as such, it was full of highlights.
Jay Cutler returned from a strained hamstring to tough out a close win over the Raiders. Coming off last week’s debacle in Seattle, it’s almost enough to make the average Bears fan thankful for a competent quarterback. Almost. But hey, talk radio would’ve savaged Jesus too. Right, Martellus Bennett?