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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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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 21, 2009
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler entered the weekend having thrown the most interceptions this season in the NFL, and the Ravens defense helped him stay there by picking him off three times in the 31-7 rout Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. "He's a guy who we needed to [pressure] because if you don't, he can kill you," said outside linebacker Jarret Johnson, who intercepted Cutler once. "But he's such an aggressive guy and such a risk-taker that if you get after him, he's going to force plays."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | December 21, 2009
The way Lovie Smith saw it, the difference between the Chicago Bears and the Ravens on Sunday couldn't be measured in the amount of time his team had spent in Baltimore after its trip here was delayed by the snowstorm. "We're not going to make excuses," the beleaguered Bears coach said after a 31-7 loss to the Ravens. "We get paid to play. We got to the stadium and had an opportunity to play the game, so none of that matters." Or as Jay Cutler, the Bears' equally beleaguered quarterback, said: "We got here in plenty of time.
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By Don Markus | don.markus@baltsun.com | December 21, 2009
The way Lovie Smith saw it, the difference between the Chicago Bears and the Ravens on Sunday couldn't be measured in the amount of time his team had spent in Baltimore after its trip here was delayed by the snowstorm. "We're not going to make excuses," the beleaguered Bears coach said after a 31-7 loss to the Ravens. "We get paid to play. We got to the stadium and had an opportunity to play the game, so none of that matters." Or as Jay Cutler, the Bears' equally beleaguered quarterback, said: "We got here in plenty of time.
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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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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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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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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 Peter Schmuck | November 15, 2009
News item: The Ravens travel to Cleveland to face the hapless Browns and - they hope - break a string of five consecutive losses on "Monday Night Football." My take: I don't really think it matters what day it is when you face the Browns, but the short week heading into next Sunday's showdown against the Indianapolis Colts is another one of those scheduling anomalies that make the NFL-hates-Baltimore conspiracy buffs crazy. News item: The Browns will be the third consecutive team the Ravens will face that is coming off its bye week.
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