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Looking at all 26 picks from Jay Cutler

Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun Times had a chance to sit down with ESPN analyst and former NFL signal caller and break down every single one of Jay Cutlers interceptions.  Here is the full article, LINK.  And here is a picture by picture breakdown of each and every one of his 26 picks, LINK.  I'll block quote some snippets from the article, but be sure to go check out both links.  There's some real good stuff there.

The Bears paid a steep price to get Jay Cutler. Two first-round picks, a third-rounder and quarterback Kyle Orton went to the Denver Broncos, but the Bears acquired a Pro Bowl quarterback in his prime (26), as well as a fifth-round pick who ended up being Pro Bowl kickoff returner Johnny Knox.

So far, the Broncos appear to have fleeced the Bears.

Fleeced!!!

But ESPN ''Monday Night Football'' and ''NFL Matchup'' analyst Ron Jaworski said Cutler still can be an elite quarterback -- and the Bears hired the right coach to help him fulfill his potential.

Nice to hear someone else drop some positivity about Mike Martz.

But here is the most telling snippet from the article;

The most startling revelation: pass protection wasn't to blame for any of the interceptions. The Bears' offensive line had issues, just not on these 26 plays.

Make sure you haed over and hit on their picture gallery, Jaworski breaks down every single on of those picks, like only a former QB can.  LINK!

<em>This FanPost was written by a Windy City Gridiron member, and does not necessarily reflect the ideas or opinions of its staff or community.</em>

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