Butkus: Bears won't have prayer if 'D...

Butkus: Bears won't have prayer if 'D' stumbles

There are 1 comment on the TwinCities.com story from Sep 7, 2009, titled Butkus: Bears won't have prayer if 'D' stumbles. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

The way Dick Butkus sees it, Jay Cutler would be "in Canada somewhere" had he tried to force George Halas to trade him.

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richards poor almanac

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#1 Sep 7, 2009
Thank God for plain talk from Dick Butkus!! Cutler is still a 'baby'. Will he grow up in time to become a Bear or will he always be a "cub" looking for Momma Bear?? The Bears will come in second in the Division because of poor officiating, the inept Packers who will continue to suffer from poor front office and coaching leadership, plus the hapless Lions will be up & down just enough to mount a periodic threat. The Cutler move was a very bad move for the Bears. They will plod along with the same problem the Broncos had with "Baby Cakes". Go Vkings!

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