Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler has a chance tonight to clinch the NFC North for his team with a win on the road over the Philadelphia Eagles. It would be the perfect end to quite the up-and-down season for the veteran signal caller.
However, so far in the first half, if the Eagles defense has anything to say about it, this night will not be the storybook ending for Cutler and the Bears. It’ll be his worst nightmare.
The Eagles defense has been all over Cutler so far in this contest, and even had him limping at one point.
First, there was this sack by Philadelphia’s Trent Cole on a first down play in which he blew right off the edge and was able to trip Cutler up as he tried to escape:
Things did not get easier for the Vanderbilt product as he was then laid out by another Eagles rusher after RB Matt Forte displayed some very poor blocking skills:
If this keeps happening, then the Green Bay Packers may find themselves in the playoffs due to the Eagles obliterating Jay Cutler.
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