Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has only made it through a full season once in his four seasons in the windy city.
He has started just 25 games the past two seasons (2011-2012) and miraculously started 15 games in 2010 despite being sacked a career-high 52 times.
We all know that injuries have plagued Cutler for a good part of his Bears career. In 2010, he missed the second half of the NFC Championship due to a knee injury. In 2011, he missed the last six games of the season after injuring his thumb trying to make a tackle on an interception. Most recently in 2012, he missed one game due to knee and neck injuries.
With all that being said Cutler is still arguably one of the most talented quarterbacks the Chicago Bears have ever had. He ranks first all-time in passer rating (81.9) and second all-time in yards (12,292) and touchdowns (82) in team history.
Cutler, 30 isn’t getting younger and his backup Josh McCown, 33 surely isn’t a…Share This:FacebookTwitterDiggTumblrStumbleUponRedditGoogle +1PinterestPrintEmail