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OK-- If you weren't already a big fan, you have to be one now. This was Kyle Long's Twitter Update. Lovin' me som Kyle Long. Good Stuff Rookie.

The Bears Bravado Costs them Again

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The Bears talked smack before the Packers game, and got crushed. Now, they talk about getting a "wakeup call" from the 49ers' debacle. But is it too late to fix this ship?

Only 25 Quarterbacks Are Currently Better than Cutler Now!

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To revisit Dave Gilbert's article from last week: Jay has moved up into a tie for 14th place for number of touchdowns (5). He moved down to a tie for 5th place for number of interceptions (6). He moved up to 22nd for yards per game (229.3). He moved up to 25th place for completion percentage (57.3%). He moved up to 20th place for passing yards (917). He is tied for 3rd-most number of sacks (13).

Cutler's 'Night Blindness' Diabetic retinopathy (the most common visual issue in diabetics), which...

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Cutler's 'Night Blindness' Diabetic retinopathy (the most common visual issue in diabetics), which can cause night vision issues, takes years of consistently high blood sugar to start to cause problem. It come from slowly developing vascular changes in the retina in response to chronically elevated sugar levels. There are sometimes acute visual problems if your blood sugar spikes and causes increased pressure in the eye (glaucoma), but that causes blurry vision and is reversible. Cuter has type I diabetes (autoimmune destruction of of his insulin-producing cells), not type II (insulin resistance from too much fat tissue), even though it was first diagnosed as an adult. He also has amazing care and control of his sugar levels (he can afford the best medical care available). It has been reported that he gets his blood sugar checked during that game itself, sometimes as often as after every series, with correcting action taken if necessary (drink some juice if low, take a shot of insulin if high). His sugar levels may even be more regulated than us non-diabetics due to the frequency of monitoring he goes through. As long as Cutler and his team doctors are vigilant (and there’s no reason to believe they aren’t), diabetes will never be a problem for him during his playing career. It was before it was diagnosed, and it may 20 years after he retires (if he’s not careful about controlling his sugar), but not now.

via AKN, WCG's resident Doctor
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Extend Jay Cutler

There's no better time to extend Jay Cutler than right now. Here's the why and how you do it.

Cutler Speaking Out Against "Right to Work" Bill

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The controversial "Right to Work" bill has been in the news here in Indiana and several NFL players have spoke out against it, including former Bear Rex Grossman and Cutler. Depending on your politics this could be another behind the scenes thing that shows Jay isn't a bad dude. Or if you're on the other side of the spectrum he's another liberal crackpot.

Bears to interview Greg Olson for passing game coord./QB coach this week

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Chicago Bears to interview Greg Olson for passing game coordinator / QB coach this week.

Incredible Pass Rush

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Oh, more good news for the O-line. Congrats guys, you just OFFICIALLY gave up the worst O-line performance of the season.

SN's Greg Couch Bashes Jay Cutler

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Says Cutler is totally immature and labels his defenders the "excuse patrol". Hey Greg, up yours.

Mike Silver's Ultimate Mock Draft VII has the Bears taking Jay Cutler at 29!

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And he's not making fun of the Bears either. The whole story is a fun read, and he takes a shot at the "knee watchers", too. Hilarious!

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