Brandon Marshall will join some familiar faces in Chicago, and history suggests he’ll be right at home playing with former Denver teammate Jay Cutler under the direction of quarterbacks coach Jeremy Bates.
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Brandon Marshall is back with Jay Cutler, making both players more attractive for fantasy owners in 2012.
Bears coach Lovie Smith has a new boss to impress in general manager Phil Emery, but excuse Smith if he isn’t exactly feeling the heat to win or else.
Posted: Thursday, February 9th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Alex Smith, Andy Reid, Chicago Bears, Colin Kaepernick, Jay Cutler, Jim Harbaugh, Johnny Knox, Philadelphia Eagles, Plaxico Burress, San Francisco 49ers
Despite talk that the 49ers QB job was open, Jim Harbaugh indicated that Alex Smith had the complete support of the organization.
Posted: Thursday, January 26th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Chicago Bears, Jay Cutler, Matt Forte, Miami Dolphins, Mike Sherman, Mike Tice, New England Patriots, Reggie Bush, Rob Gronkowski
The first big storyline of Super Bowl XLVI appears to be the status of Rob Gronkowski’s ankle, which kept him from practicing Thursday. The Patriots still insist he’ll be ready to go for next week’s game.
Posted: Friday, January 6th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Aaron Hernandez, Chicago Bears, Jamaal Charles, Jay Cutler, Josh McDaniels, Kansas City Chiefs, marion barber, Matt Forte, Mike Tice, New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady
Jamaal Charles says his rehab is going well and tells fantasy owners that he’ll be back stronger and faster next season.
Posted: Monday, December 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Jay Cutler, John Skelton, Josh McCown, Kahlil Bell, Kevin Kolb, Larry Fitzgerald, Matt Forte, Tony Romo
Jay Cutler is hoping to make his way back for Chicago’s season finale, but fantasy owners shouldn’t rush to put him back in their lineups just yet.
Matt Forte and Jay Cutler are hinting that they might return sooner than expected. That could mean some stashed weapons on the benches of fantasy owners.
Posted: Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Chicago Bears, Darren McFadden, Denarius Moore, Jay Cutler, Jeremy Maclin, LeSean McCoy, Michael Vick, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles
A trio of Eagles’ stars could miss Thursday’s game against the Seahawks, but there’s little value amongst their replacements.
Think the Bears’ playoff chances are done without Jay Cutler? Can the same be said about the Texans without Matt Schaub? Not according to Brian Billick and Jim Mora. Hear what the coaches have to say about those teams’ chances going forward, as well as other hot topics around the league in this week’s podcast. Subscribe to Podcast on iTunes
For all the Bears fans who buying into the rumors that Kurt Warner is going to come walking through that door and save the season … well, it’s not going to happen.
With Adrian Peterson, Jay Cutler and Michael Vick all hurting, fantasy owners could be missing key pieces for the stretch run of the fantasy regular season.
Posted: Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Blog Log Blog, Arian Foster, Brandon Marshall, DeMarco Murray, Earl Bennett, Eric Decker, Jabar Gaffney, James Starks, Jay Cutler, Matt Moore, Ray Rice, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shonn Greene, Steve Johnson, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady
With fantasy trade deadlines appraoaching, Jason Smith highlights several players that owners should consider targeting to get them over the hump and into the fantasy postseason.
Posted: Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Blog Log Blog, Alex Smith, Anquan Boldin, Brady Quinn, Calvin Johnson, Eddie Royal, frank gore, Greg Olsen, Jay Cutler, Joe Flacco, Kellen Winslow, Matt Forte, Matt Ryan, Michael Turner, Oakland Raiders, Ray Rice, Roddy White, Ryan Torain, San Diego Chargers, Todd Heap
With the first Thursday night game of the year around the corner, Jason Smith breaks down previous Thursday night games and finds one position has generally excelled above all others.
When the Bears host the Vikings on Sunday night, Jay Cutler won’t be the only quarterback twitching. If it seems as if Cutler is sacked more consistently than any other QB in the league, you’re right. The Bears passer has been taken down at least once in 27 straight games, the longest active streak in the league. But Donovan McNabb isn’t far behind, having been sacked in 20 straight games.