The New York Giants suffered their fifth consecutive loss on Sunday to the arch-rival Philadelphia…
Cutler finally in a position to succeed
Coming into this season, Jay Cutler's best stretch as a quarterback for the Chicago Bears came in 2011 between Week 6 and Week 11. The Bears went 5-0 during that timeframe, which included a bye week, and Cutler was being talked about as a potential MVP candidate. As we all know, a broken finger derailed that campaign but during those five games Cutler, in his second year under former offensive coordinator Mike Martz, was playing at an extremely high level. Some folks even felt Cutler was on his way to finally reaching his immense potential. Yet a year under Mike Tice saw Cutler regress into a skittish passer that was uncomfortable in the pocket and only willing to throw to Brandon Marshall. That was all GM Phil Emery needed to see. Remember, Emery is an NFL executive that understands the value of the quarterback in today's game. He knows the Bears aren't going to win championships with a mediocre offense, which is why he fired Lovie Smith and hired Marc Trestman, a coach with more...
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