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Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall Chat
Newton_Cam 131013 [203x114] The way I see it, if those other guys keep making catches, they are going to have to come off Brandon and help on some of these other guys. That will lead to more one-on-ones." Marshall opened the regular season with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games but has caught only 16 passes for 171 yards and one touchdown in the past three weeks. Marshall took a backseat in Week 5 to Alshon Jeffery , who hauled in 10 passes for a team-record 218 yards and one touchdown on 13 targets. "It's really tough. I'm not going to lie to you," Marshall said Sunday. "Like I said last week after the game, my No. 1 goal going into the work week was to work on my body language when I'm not in the game. It's been like that the first few weeks, and I kind of let myself down and the guys around me with my body language.
Jay Cutler has four turnovers in Chicago Bears' loss
The jury still needs 11 more weeks of evidence for deliberations. But statistically, significant signs have surfaced. Through six games, Cutler has a passer rating of 95.2, better than his single-season best of 88.5 posted as a rookie in Denver in 2006. He's on pace to throw for a career-high 32 touchdowns. He's also in line to break Erik Kramer's franchise record for passing yards in a season (3,838), headed at his current pace for more than 4,300. Against the Giants on Thursday, Cutler wasn't spectacular. But he also wasn't sacked and didn't turn the ball over. Six receivers caught passes.
Jay Cutler acknowledges he's changed
Per Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago ,Brandon Marshallwho had caught just four passes for 11 yards prior to this receptionhad this to say about the play, "Really, its all Jay... Jay threw a 50-yard back-shoulder [throw]. Ive never seen that happen before. The guys arm is amazing. Jay put it in the right place." Three plays later, Cutler completed a 17-yard touchdown pass to Earl Bennett that provided the Bears with a 34-23 lead and, most importantly, some much needed breathing room. Chicago went on to win the game 40-23, and while Cutler's numbers were not overly impressive (20-of-30 for 159 yards and one touchdown), he did not turn the ball over, and for the third consecutive week, he led his team down the field on a drive that resulted in a touchdown. Week 4 Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Cutler was not at his best against the Detroit Lions in Week 4.
Jay Cutler stays turnover-free for fantasy owners in Week 6
Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 Jay Cutler stays turnover-free for fantasy owners in Week 6 Related In partnership with SBNation.com By Alex Welch Jay Cutler completed 24-of-36 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns against the Giants in Week 6. He has yet to give the ball away in 2013 and he finished with a passer rating of 106.5. Cutler also added 20 yards rushing on Thursday night. He moved the ball well throughout the game, but drives stalled in the second half, forcing Robbie Gould to come on. Fantasy impact: After Brandon Marshall expressed concern about his targets last week, Cutler made sure he kept his No. 1 receiver happy.
Jay Cutler: Does the Chicago Bears QB Deserve a Contract Extension? (Part 1)
There are no comments yet. Get the conversation started by leaving the first comment Updated: Sept. 30, 2013 at 11:08 a.m. Friend(s) Email Jay Cutler relapsed Sunday. It's not a huge surprise. Cutler has been addicted to throwing game-killing interceptions for so long, he was due for a retrogression. Like all of us attempting to squelch a bad habit, going cold turkey is not an easy task. But Cutler's four-turnover debacle in the Chicago Bears ' 40-32 loss to the Detroit Lions is an aberration, not the rule, so far this season. After the game, coach Marc Trestman said Cutler's three interceptions weren't mental, but physical problems.
Cutler's comfort, confidence still rising after Giants win
Weve got ( Brandon Marshall ), Alshon (Jeffery), Earl (Bennett), Matt Forte , (Michael) Bush, all those guys are playing well. In the final year of a contract that pays $8.47 million this season, Cutler also cited an enjoyable life off the field for the change hes experience. Cutler and reality television star Kristin Cavallari married in June, and the summer before that Cavallari gave birth to the couples son, Camden. At home, life is good. Kristins actually here tonight with me. Were gonna have a little date night, go downtown stuff, go to dinner. So thats great, Cutler said. Cam is doing great.
Cavanaugh is Cutler's human reset button
Bears Some people change for the better, some for the worst. It just depends. I like the situation Im in right now with the coaches Offensive line, I cant say enough about them. I think theyre the biggest byproduct of where we are offensively. Cutler and the Bears will take their show back on the road Sunday when they will play the Redskins at FedEx Field near Washington, D.C. That will be Cutlers 100th career start, one hes looking forward to as the Bears offense continues its evolution with a quarterback who seems to be at ease. Im just in a good place right now, Cutler said.
Jay Cutler learns to trust Bears coach Marc Trestman
1. Orlin Wagner, AP Redskins QB Kirk Cousins gets outrun by someone in an RG3 jersey, though obviously not Robert Griffin III himself, Aug. 1 in Richmond, Va. Steve Helber, AP 49ers linemen Lawrence Okoye, left, and Mike Purcell lock horns in Santa Clara, Calif., Aug. 1. Marcio Jose Sanchez, AP Cecil Shorts IV, 2, dons the helmet of his father, Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts III in Jacksonville. Bob Self, AP Jags WR Tobais Palmer offers another way to read Psalms 26. Phil Sears, USA TODAY Sports All eyes were on Browns TE Jordan Cameron as he made this catch in Berea, Ohio, July 31. David Richard, AP Steelers rookie RB Le'Veon Bell hits a blocking dummy in Latrobe, Pa., on July 31. Keith Srakocic, AP TE Martellus Bennett gets a grip at Bears camp. Nam Y. Huh, AP Jets WR Vidal Hazelton (18) snares a pass in front of CB Ellis Lankster (21) in Cortland, N.Y., July 31. Richard Barnes, USA TODAY Sports Redskins QB Robert Griffin III greets fans in Richmond, Va., July 30. Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports Meanwhile, RG3's teammates did some serious hitting. Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports Cardinals QBs Carson Palmer (3) and Drew Stanton fire away July 30 in Glendale, Ariz. Ross D. Franklin, AP Packers TE Andrew Quarless takes a bike ride to practice in Green Bay on July 30. Morry Gash, AP Raiders WR Conner Vernon snares a pass in Napa, Calif., July 30. Kirby http://www.chicagobearsimage.com/95-jay-cutler-jersey5 Lee, USA TODAY Sports The Silver & Black were also busy with conditioning work. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports Lions CB Chris Houston (23) works on his footwork in Allen Park, Mich., July 30. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Colts LT Anthony Castonzo (74) works on blocking technique in Anderson, Ind., July 30. Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports Patriots backup QB Tim Tebow unloads a pass July 30. Stew Milne, USA TODAY Sports Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) throws a pass during the Indianapolis Colts training camp at Anderson University. Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris (46) runs with the ball as Redskins linebacker Bryan Kehl (53) attempts the tackle during afternoon practice as part of the 2013 NFL training camp at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center. Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton with quarterback Drew Brees (9) during a morning training camp practice at the team facility. Derick E. Hingle, USA TODAY Sports Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) throws the ball during training camp at One Buccaneer Place.