Chicago Bears and 5 Receivers To Support Jay Cutler in the Passing Game in 2012

There are 2 comments on the BleacherReport story from Aug 25, 2011, titled Chicago Bears and 5 Receivers To Support Jay Cutler in the Passing Game in 2012. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

The Bears have invested a lot of money in quarterback Jay Cutler , so they need to provide him with players to get a return on their investment.

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saberblade

Chicago, IL

#1 Aug 25, 2011
Dumping Olsen and Krutz was a blunder. Williams, another Angelo looser, isn't tough enough to play pro-football. If you have to teach a guy like Webb how to position himself and move his feet on the line properly, then he shouldn't be playing pro-football. Either Cutler can't hit a receiver or the receivers are not in the righ place at the right time. If it's both factors then they shouldn't be playing pro-football. If you want to get the best out of any type of pro sports player is to pay them at the end of the season based on their performance. If you could inject just 80% of Butkus and Jordan will to perform and win then the Bears would be winners. Hell, you wouldn't even need Lovie.
Fred

Moline, IL

#2 Aug 25, 2011
saberblade wrote:
Dumping Olsen and Krutz was a blunder. Williams, another Angelo looser, isn't tough enough to play pro-football. If you have to teach a guy like Webb how to position himself and move his feet on the line properly, then he shouldn't be playing pro-football. Either Cutler can't hit a receiver or the receivers are not in the righ place at the right time. If it's both factors then they shouldn't be playing pro-football. If you want to get the best out of any type of pro sports player is to pay them at the end of the season based on their performance. If you could inject just 80% of Butkus and Jordan will to perform and win then the Bears would be winners. Hell, you wouldn't even need Lovie.
Williams was a waste of $$. I look to seeing Johnny Knox get a starting job again and this character filling in as a back-up. We can only hope, hmm? Olsen's loss was maybe a so-so, but losing Kreutz was bad mistake, I really don't think Garza can fill his shoes - especially to be being leader of the questionable O-line. But this is just more of Angelo's bumbling moves that he has been making to hamstring the Bears' chances at winning for many years. Lovie? Does he show up for the games? The guy has as much emotion during a game as a corpse. We need to inject some Ditka into Lovie.

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