Bears look to regroup against Rams
CHICAGO (MCT) — By the end of Thursday’s 23-10 beating in Green Bay, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had completed his worst public relations meltdown since the loss two seasons ago to the Packers in the NFC title game when the club failed to announce the nature of the knee injury that took him out of the game.
Cutler’s toughness was wrongly questioned after that nightmarish defeat when the Bears were a game away from reaching the Super Bowl. Now, his composure and leadership skills are under scrutiny after the loss to the Packers at Lambeau Field that seemingly erased all the confidence generated in a feel-good Week 1 smackdown of the Colts.
The Bears (1-1) have more than a week to regroup before the rebuilding Rams (0-1) visit Soldier Field on Sept. 23, ample time to consider changes on an offensive line that will take its blame for seven sacks, the second-most in Cutler’s career.
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