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By KEN MURRAY | April 4, 2009
When the Bears turned over a king's ransom for Jay Cutler, they removed themselves from the wide receiver market through the first round. That helps the Ravens, if they are targeting a top receiver. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ravensinsider)
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The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
A roundup of NFL experts' picks for Sunday's game between the Rav e ns and Chicago Bears. * FoxSports.com's Peter Schrager expects the Ravens to edge the Bears, 23-20 . Don't look now, but the Ravens could be primed for a nice second-half run. Sure, the offense is a nightmare. And yes, they were fortunate to win last week after almost giving it up on an inexplicable 51-yard Hail Mary pass as time expired. But, the defense looks about as good as it ever did last season.
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November 22, 2009
Al says … "The Eagles are what the NFL has become: very unpredictable. They were playing pretty well, then inexplicably lost to Oakland - how did that happen? - come back and kill the Giants, close game against Dallas but can't deliver, fall way behind in San Diego and rally but lose again. The one thing about the Eagles that people should know by now - the last few years this has happened - is they'll look like they're dead, and all of a sudden they play extremely well down the stretch."
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Now that the NFL season is here, I'm putting a twist on my weekly Blogger on Blogger series. Each week, I will enlist a blogger who regularly writes about the Ravens' opponent to help me break down the game. This week, I exchanged emails with Jeff Hughes, who blogs about the Chicago Bears for Da Bears Blog . MV: Nine games into the Marc Trestman era, the Bears are a game out of first place in the NFC North despite key injuries. How have the Bears changed under Trestman and how does the hire look today?
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December 18, 2009
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 27,: Bears 13: Jay Cutler is a basket case. Bears can't stop the run. Lovie Smith's job is on the line. Jamison Hensley Ravens 20,: Bears 16: The Ravens take care of business at home as expected, but this one will be closer than people think. Edward Lee Ravens 30,: Bears 16: Ed Reed's strained hip might miraculously heal with Cutler and his NFL-worst 22 interceptions coming to town. Ken Murray Ravens 34,: Bears 21: Cutler will deliver lots of gifts to the secondary.
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By Jamison Hensley | December 18, 2009
1 The Bears force turnovers. Chicago has the most takeaways in the NFL since 2004 with 195. Cornerback Charles Tillman is tied for the league lead with six forced fumbles this season. 2 Chicago's dangerous returners win field-position battle. The Bears' special teams can influence the game with two of the league's best kickoff returners (Danieal Manning and Johnny Knox) and big-play punt returner Devin Hester. The Ravens' coverage teams both rank in the top four in the NFL. 3 Jay Cutler beats the Ravens deep.
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January 16, 2013
Arians can help Cutler Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Bruce Arians is the best choice for the Bears. This is a team that has the franchise's best quarterback in the modern era in Jay Cutler, an elite receiver in Brandon Marshall, a running back who's making $8 million per year in Matt Forte, yet can't consistently generate an offense. Arians is the guy who can get the most out of Cutler, just as he did with Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh. The Bears want a power running game?
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The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
A roundup of NFL experts' picks for Sunday's game between the Rav e ns and Chicago Bears. * FoxSports.com's Peter Schrager expects the Ravens to edge the Bears, 23-20 . Don't look now, but the Ravens could be primed for a nice second-half run. Sure, the offense is a nightmare. And yes, they were fortunate to win last week after almost giving it up on an inexplicable 51-yard Hail Mary pass as time expired. But, the defense looks about as good as it ever did last season.
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | July 25, 2010
A year has passed, but when it comes to the quarterbacks in the NFC North, this feels a lot like 2009. In Minnesota, everyone's still waiting on the decision of Brett Favre. In Chicago, fans still are excited about the potential of Jay Cutler — muted excitement after his 26 interceptions last season — and how he will mesh with new offensive coordinator Mike Martz. Was it Cutler who made most of the mistakes last fall, or should his supporting cast and former coordinator Ron Turner shoulder more of the blame?
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December 18, 2009
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 27, Bears 13 Jay Cutler is a basket case. Bears can't stop the run. Lovie Smith's job is on the line. Jamison Hensley Ravens 20, Bears 16 The Ravens take care of business at home as expected, but this one will be closer than people think. Edward Lee Ravens 30, Bears 16 Ed Reed's strained hip might miraculously heal with Cutler and his NFL-worst 22 interceptions coming to town. Ken Murray Ravens 34, Bears 21 Cutler will deliver lots of gifts to the secondary.
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By Matt Vensel | November 12, 2013
Lions 21, Bears19 Strategy: The Bears offense has a different look to it under new coach Marc Trestman, who was known as an offensive innovator in the CFL. The Bears use a vertical passing attack to take advantage of strong-armed quarterback Jay Cutler and dangerous outside wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. They also have a versatile running game that tries to get running back Matt Forte into space. On defense, even with former coach Lovie Smith gone, the Bears still use their Cover Two base defense out of a 4-3 front, though it appears they no longer have the personnel to excel in that scheme.
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By Matt Vensel | July 2, 2013
In eager anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens' regular-season schedule. Today is the Chicago Bears. In Week 11 of the 2013 season, the Ravens will travel to the Windy City to play the Chicago Bears. It will be their first game at Soldier Field in eight years. The Bears have a new coach in Marc Trestman, and linebacker Brian Urlacher, the face of the franchise for the past decade, retired after he was released by the Bears.
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By Aaron Wilson and Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
The Ravens have finalized a one-year contract with veteran quarterback Caleb Hanie, according to a league source. Hanie is in Baltimore today and will immediately join the Ravens' offseason conditioning program. The Ravens later announced the deal. In Hanie, the Ravens have added another quarterback for training camp and provided Tyrod Taylor with competition for the backup job. "He's a talented guy," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "He's played in games and maybe hasn't been in the ideal situation for him yet. Based on the evaluation of our pro personnel department and our coaches, they felt like he fit us pretty well.
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January 16, 2013
Arians can help Cutler Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Bruce Arians is the best choice for the Bears. This is a team that has the franchise's best quarterback in the modern era in Jay Cutler, an elite receiver in Brandon Marshall, a running back who's making $8 million per year in Matt Forte, yet can't consistently generate an offense. Arians is the guy who can get the most out of Cutler, just as he did with Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh. The Bears want a power running game?
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By Matt Vensel | November 19, 2012
Every Monday morning, the day after my favorite day of the week but still hours before that week's slate of games officially wraps up with “Monday Night Football,” I will bring you my weekly premature NFL power rankings. Why Monday? Because who wants to wait until Tuesday or Wednesday for power rankings? Why 11 teams? I don't really have a good answer for that one. I've always liked odd numbers. What am I basing them on? Who my gut tells me are the toughest teams to beat that week.
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January 25, 2011
Yes, it's his demeanor Steve Svekis Sun Sentinel Jay Cutler was in a tough spot, having to hope the MRI on his left knee would show a ruptured ligament. It didn't. And the torrent of criticism he has received from couch-potato commentators to active NFL players will probably only intensify. The circumstances of his departure from the NFC championship game are arguable (it's tough to not give a guy playing quarterback in the NFL with Type 1 diabetes the benefit of the pain-threshold doubt)
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April 29, 2006
WHO WANTS REGGIE BUSH? With N.C. State defensive end Mario Williams set to be the top pick after signing with the Texans, all eyes are turning to the Saints to see whether they sign Reggie Bush or trade the pick. WHO WILL THE RAVENS PICK? Many draft experts have the Ravens picking Oregon nose tackle Haloti Ngata, whose big body might allow Ray Lewis and the rest of the lineback- ing corps to run free and make more plays. WHO'S THE BEST QUARTERBACK? USC's Mark Leinart and Texas Vince Young top most lists, but NFLperson- nel staffers say Vanderbilt's Jay Cutler (left)
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January 18, 2011
Packers and Jets Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Many of us have been proved wrong repeatedly by the four remaining teams, so it wouldn't be surprising to see the championship games go either way. But I like the Jets in the AFC because of the way they covered the Patriots' receivers and got after Tom Brady. We've seen what can happen when Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger holds on to the ball too long, which is pretty frequent. In the NFC, I like the Packers because of the way Aaron Rodgers and their defense are playing.
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January 18, 2011
Packers and Jets Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Many of us have been proved wrong repeatedly by the four remaining teams, so it wouldn't be surprising to see the championship games go either way. But I like the Jets in the AFC because of the way they covered the Patriots' receivers and got after Tom Brady. We've seen what can happen when Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger holds on to the ball too long, which is pretty frequent. In the NFC, I like the Packers because of the way Aaron Rodgers and their defense are playing.
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September 28, 2010
Colts' guy the best Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The safest bet at the quarterback position easily is Peyton Manning. In addition to being the most productive and most valuable passer in the game, he also has been the most consistent over a long period of time. Manning doesn't go into slumps. He rarely even has bad games. You have to look hard to find bad throws. You have to look harder to find bad decisions. In terms of consistency, he's as close to a machine as there is at the position.
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