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Good news for Bears: Cutler cleared; should play along with Williams on Sunday against Seattle

The passing game didn’t have a prayer without Jay against Carolina

Since Sunday, the aerial attack has been looking better day by day.  Here comes the pass to rescue Forte!

Edited by: Russ Loede

After one of the most ugliest starts at QB a Bears of NFL fan for that matter will ever see, the Bears got some good news as their leader on offense, Jay Cutler, has been cleared to practice and should play vs the Seahawks Sunday.

Cutler suffered a concussion after he was sacked nine times in the teams loss to the Giants two weeks ago. He sat out the teams 23-6 win over the Panthers, but Tood Collins didn’t exactly make anyone forget Cutler in the outing.

Collins completed just 6 of 16 passes for 32 yards with four interceptions.

Bears coach Lovie Smith said Monday that he hoped Cutler could play in the next game, but he quickly tried to have reporters change their line of questioning.

“I’m not going to talk about Jay anymore,” Smith said. “There’s nothing else for me to tell you about Jay. He’s doing better. Wednesday, we’ll be able to tell you a little bit more.”

Lovie also said Monday he thinks left tackle Chris Williams could return this week. Jay and silent Chris strike back!

“Windy City Flyer” apologists-Devin Aromashodu/Earl Bennett supporters: Hester to be less involved on offense, focus more on returns

At first I didn’t know whether or not to get excited about this.  Now, I am loving this new change in attack.  Not only does this benefit Hester, but it also benefits by main man Aromashodu and by boy Bennett.  Excellent game plan.  The return of the Windy City Flyer.  Do I dare say -about time this happened?

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