Jay Cutler takes the field for the Ch...

Jay Cutler takes the field for the Chicago Bears

There are 158 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from May 20, 2009, titled Jay Cutler takes the field for the Chicago Bears. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Zippppp...!!! "Sometimes you can hear it coming," said receiver Rashied Davis , almost as if he were describing a UFO.

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Since: Oct 07

Aurora, IL

#128 May 23, 2009
No_More_Rexcuses wrote:
<quoted text>Can't change my name because I've had it for a couple of years kid. When you have an account you're kinda stuck with the name. We can't all change names like you. It would be hard to believe there are 2 people dumb enough to think Im a Grossman fan.
Next time you quote someone you should a least have the brains to stick to what you're qouting genius!
HAW HAW HAW! Don't you dare change that handle, NMR! Shoot, Angelo might just sign that mope Rex again!

Remember the revolving door the Bears had with Shane Matthews??

Jimmy missed the mark by pegging your "man-love" for Grossman!!!

Okay, let's go to Bourbonnais! GO BEARS!!
sweet34

Oakland, CA

#129 May 24, 2009
J. Cutler.
Jim Perkins

Atlanta, GA

#130 May 26, 2009
When you have been a Bears fan all of your life and the only good quarterback in your lifetime has been Jimmy Mac that always got injured, having a legitimate quarterback is something to get excited about even in May. If you watch the video of the OTA on ChicagoBears.com , you will see a long pass to Earl Bennett that dropped into his hands. You also see two out pattern throws that are pin point. These are throws that are in May when they are just getting used to the receivers. Can you imagine this in September. We have not introduced the quarterback last in my lifetime in Chicago. Let's just say that it is guaranteed that the offense will be announced against Pittsurg and Jay Cutler will be announced last and you will not be able to hear. That is what the anticipation that started with the acquisition of Jay Cutler. The best line is that H... did freeze over.

“Life is good”

Since: Apr 09

Rock Island IL

#131 May 27, 2009
nathan wrote:
Did anyone notice that the Bears schedule "the easiest" includes the Lions which means 0 and 16 twice. Look at at the other teams they play. Remove those two games and the schedule isn't that easy after all.
Yeah and I don't care what anybody says - all teams are tough. Anybody want to bet that the Lions go 0-16 again?

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Since: Apr 09

Rock Island IL

#132 May 27, 2009
bulldog3 wrote:
rex grossman gets you to the superbowl and gets replaced by kyle orton the very next season. like that was really an upgrade. maybe the problem is in the coaching ya think?
No dude - fumbles... LOTS of them...

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Since: Apr 09

Rock Island IL

#133 May 27, 2009
bulldog3 wrote:
rex grossman gets you to the superbowl and gets replaced by kyle orton the very next season. like that was really an upgrade. maybe the problem is in the coaching ya think?
Rexy has the best arm the Bears have had in AGES. I love him - just wish he was a tad taller with bigger hands... I was hoping he'd or Orton would make it here. Chicago is a TOUGH place to play...

But hey - we like 'em tough!
sweet34

Oakland, CA

#134 May 27, 2009
RIDude wrote:
<quoted text>
Rexy has the best arm the Bears have had in AGES. I love him - just wish he was a tad taller with bigger hands... I was hoping he'd or Orton would make it here. Chicago is a TOUGH place to play...
But hey - we like 'em tough!
I feel like i am in a time warp here, Rex is gone. So is Kyle. PIP to both.

I have no idea why you guys are talking about the past when the future looks so bright; with Cutler we will see a style of play that Bear fans have not seen at QB since _______.(JimmyMac?)

JimmyMac was a winner more than someone with gifted skills. J. Cutler has the tools, throws moew accrurately rhan any QB here since god knows when, and with more zip.

Our Receivers said it best recently, they "haven't seen passes like that (ever here)" ... NOw, can they catch them is the question.

“sorry we're out of cheese”

Since: Feb 07

jacksonville beach, FL

#135 May 27, 2009
RIDude wrote:
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No dude - fumbles... LOTS of them...
sounds like a guy that played for MN - i believe his name was daunte lol - cannon for an arm...fingers of a 10 year old girl which caused ugly amounts of fumbles.. i know what ya mean man
Ali Jordan

Denver, CO

#136 May 28, 2009
All I can say is I'm practically blue & orange if you know what I mean but I'm totally excited to watch DA BEARS!
sweet34

Oakland, CA

#137 May 28, 2009
Bubba wrote:
"I've never been around anything like that before," added Bears offensive coordinator Ron Turner.
What a difference a real QB makes..........
TWO KEY OFFSEASON MOVES:

Who would have guessed we'd be sitting so pretty after Angie pulled the string and made a deal for Jay.

And if you read the statement by Dusty
D., Rod M. may have not been a winning head coach, but he knows how to coach a D-line and is considered one of the best in the business. Dusty's words back that.

Bear football has returned to the MIDWAY ... but this time with a QB and some pro level coaches.
sweet34

Oakland, CA

#139 May 29, 2009
new fart wrote:
I spoke with an old **** the other day that told me that Jay Cutler will be a lousy addition to da Bears.
Ignorance.

Jay Cutler is considered one of five top young QB's. An investment like this comes maybe once in a lifetime, especially for us longtime Bear fans.

Your statement makes no sense. Even worst case scenario, we improved three fold @ that position. When ChiBears become the talk of the 2009 season, hopefully i can change that statement to 10 fold.

Do you read anything that experts say?
Jealous McGaritty

Mead, CO

#140 May 31, 2009
As a Denver resident. It's no surprise that the Broncos traded their best player away. That's how things are done around here. All our sports teams are Bush league. We have greedy owners who don't care about winning. I'll never pay to see any sporting event in Denver. Again we are the laughing stock thinking we could go on to the NBA finals.
Cutler did the right thing bolting this bogus cow town. I will say this,
Give Orton a real chance to show what he can do. I think he's better than you might expect. Good Luck Cutler!
DiaperSalesman

Milwaukee, WI

#141 Jun 2, 2009
I'm moving from Denver to Chicago just so I can keep my diaper sales high. When Jaby left Denver my sales hit an all-time low, so I moved with him. I don't expect he will change much and may even coax a few fans into sniveling and loading their diapers as much as he does. Go baby Jay go!!!
Jealous McGaritty

United States

#142 Jun 2, 2009
Bowlen wanted the stink of Shanahan and EVERYTHING
associated with him (Cutler) out of his Fifedom. It appears to have been a messy divorce which no one gets to keep the child. Cutler is sent to an orphanage in Illinois where he will be picked on by tuff hooligans from Chicago. He'll grow up fast there. Broncos cleaned house, lets just see how tidy of a job they did. Bears fans will be delighted by Cutlers ability. I will watch Bears games when I can. My question is this. Does Chicago have the same stellar defense as in the past. Cutlers success rides on the defense. Expect to see some interceptions, your offensive line is offensive. I notice most of the Bears fans speak positively of Orton and wish him well.
Will he flourish under McDaniel's tutiledge? Good thing Broncos got a stud running back in the draft, This will ease Orton's maturation process
playing for a predominately offensive team. Watching the Orton/Cutler comparison this season will be interesting. Swami's pick for Superbowl.
Broncos vs. Bears, gotta love it.

Since: Nov 07

Glenmont, NY

#143 Jun 3, 2009
DiaperSalesman wrote:
I don't expect he will change much and may even coax a few fans into sniveling and loading their diapers as much as he does.
Based on your post it sounds like YOU were coaxed.....Stop sniveling
Jealous McGaritty

Longmont, CO

#145 Jun 4, 2009
Luckily we didn't get stuck with Rex Grossman, he sounds like more of a Dentist than QB. Cutler will chap your mangina this season. Don't forget he's still a 25 year old snot nose brat.
sweet34

Oakland, CA

#146 Jun 5, 2009
sERIOUSLY ... how anyone can't see that Cutler is the best thing that could happen to the Bears is really in need of some brain food.

There will be a domino effect here ... Cutler improves the whole team. Longer offensive drives, more points, allows defense to gamble and play less. It magnifies everything.

How many three and outs last year... and see how many this year.

He's 25, he'll only get better and better. He's already shown he can deliver a pass where it needs to be ... isn't that what you all have been crying about over the years, the lack of our QB's to do that?

SO, what else do we need to do to make you "negative ppl" happy?

I can't wait ... this will not be i told you so, as the negitive comments are so stupid, not worth the effort to rub it in when we are crowned SB champs for a few years to come.
Jealous McGaritty

United States

#148 Jun 6, 2009
You really can't predict how a team is gonna do. That's left up to the bookies.
Steve

Encino, CA

#149 Jun 8, 2009
Jealous McGaritty wrote:
You really can't predict how a team is gonna do. That's left up to the bookies.
Good point. And last time I was in Vegas, Bellagio's sports book had the Bears Superbowl chances at 8-1. That was the week before the draft, post-Cutler.

Before Cutler: 30-1.

“sorry we're out of cheese”

Since: Feb 07

jacksonville beach, FL

#150 Oct 23, 2010
its all up to the refs on the day of the game who will win. players play the refs more than they do the other team. Refs call penalties to get the favor to a certain team. NFL games are set up for certain winners. Last year proved that.. The NFL has become a complete joke when it comes to penalties called and its only going to get worse. Watch for the refs in GB to call a lot of pass interference calls against MN to try even out the play field. Vikes still win this one in lamebow

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