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AP Pro32 comments about Bears
NEW YORK (AP) Comments on the Chicago Bears by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
Chris Berman (ESPN, 12) - Won't be alone losing at Lambeau.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 16) - Unless his offensive line starts blocking better, expect more screaming from Jay Cutler.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 17) - Offensive line has to get better.
Rich Gannon (CBS Sports/SiriusXM NFL Radio, 19) - Somebody has to get to Cutler soon before he loses that team.
Bob Glauber (Newsday, 13) - Uh oh. Jay Cutler is sounding off on his offensive line, and questions are emerging once again about his leadership. Bears fans should get used to it, because the petulant quarterback doesn't figure to change.
Rick Gosselin (Dallas Morning News, 18) - QB Jay Cutler cannot continue his disappearing act in the big games.
Clark Judge (CBSSports.com, 15) - So Jay Cutler stunk vs. Green Bay. Tell my something we don't know. One of these days, Cutler will behave like an adult ... or, better yet, a good teammate. Until then, these guys are walking a tightrope.
Ira Kaufman (Tampa Tribune, 12) - Just when you thought Jay Cutler was all grown up
Pat Kirwan (SiriusXM NFL Radio/CBSSports.com, 21) - The Bears have to fix the issues between the QB and the offense. Without Forte for a while it will be tough. This team could go either way and this week the Rams present more problems than you might think.
John Lynch (Fox Sports, 15) - Cutler was pushing his LT but should have had a problem with his offensive coaches for leaving him out there 1-on-1 with Clay Matthews as he was clearly outmanned. Give him a little help!
Alex Marvez (Foxsports.com, 15) - Because of his meltdown during last Thursday night's loss to Green Bay, the in-game dynamic between Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his offensive line is the main storyline heading into Sunday's home game against St. Louis.
Dan Pompei (Chicago Tribune, 12) - If the Bears can't play with the Packers, they won't get where they want to go.
Updated September 18, 2012