From Conner G. on Twitter
I'd give Jay Cutler a solid B-plus for the first six games of the season. To me, the two most important aspects of quarterback play are decision-making and accuracy, and Cutler has excelled in both areas in five of six games (with the lone exception being the Bears' Week 4 loss to the Lions). In the other five contests, Cutler has posted passer ratings of 93.2, 97.7, 90.8, 128.1 and 106.5. He's also thrown multiple touchdown passes in five of the first six games for the first time in his eight-year NFL career. (He did it in a total of five games in 2011 and again in 2012.) Cutler's passer rating this season is 95.2; his career high is 88.5 when he was a rookie with the Broncos in 2006. Cutler has made some big throws, tossing game-winning touchdown passes to
How will the Bears address the injuries on the defensive side? Bears fans aren't used to issues on this side of the ball.
From Shari W. on Twitter
The good news is that it appears that cornerback
How have the Bears fared against the Redskins? I don't remember a whole lot of recent wins over Washington.
The all-time series between the two teams is tied 23-23-1, but the Bears have lost four straight dating back to 2003. Their only longer losing streak is six to the Packers. The Bears are 1-3 at FedEx Field with their lone win coming in 2001 when Brian Urlacher caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from Brad Maynard on a fake field goal late in a 20-15 victory.