NFL Week 10: Chicago Bears at St. Louis Rams-What to Watch

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The New Jay

Number six is currently playing the best football of his Bears career. The case could be made that Cutler had quite the game during the Bears nationally televised Monday Night Football matchup.

Passing all-time great, Sid Luckman, for most passing touchdowns in Bears history, while also surpassing, Jim McMahon, in all-time franchise wins, Cutler was able to capture his 12th fourth quarter comeback win. Since 2009, Cutler has the most fourth quarter comeback wins in the NFL.

Nov 9, 2015; San Diego, CA, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) gestures as he runs off the field following a 22-19 win over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Cutler currently has a 2 to 1 touchdown to interception ratio, and is bolstering a career best 89.6 quarterback rating. The magic that Jay has been able to create with Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase is special. The case can be made that not only is Jay Cutler the MVP for the Chicago Bears thus far into the season, but without him they are winless.

The thought of being 0-8 may seem a bit ridiculous, but when you bring back the tape of the Bears outing against the Seattle Seahawks one can only cringe. Without Jay this team is not only winless, but they are also sitting at the bottom of the NFL power rankings.

Pro Football Focus has expressed ovation to Jay regarding his outing this past Monday, stating “Cutler drove the Bears down the field for a score to balance his pick six and then proceeded to lead two lengthy second half touchdown drives to see Chicago to victory. Strong work in the intermediate range was Cutler’s calling card in this game going seven-for-nine for 95 yards, earning a +4.2 PFF passing grade on passes aimed 10-to-19 yards downfield.”

"The case can be made that not only is Jay Cutler the MVP for the Chicago Bears thus far into the season, but without him they are winless."

Seeing a player perform at his highest at the most important position in football is always a treat. Sunday’s matchup against the Rams should push Cutler to his limits. Make sure to see if the signal caller can use his evasiveness to stay clean in the pocket, and deliver throws on target.

The Chicago Bears head to St. Louis to take on the Rams this Sunday with kickoff at 12 P.M. CT. Make sure to tune in, and don’t forget to comment elaborating on your own thoughts and feelings regarding this weeks matchup.

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