Bears score 10 unanswered points in the 4th quarter The Chicago Bears capitalized on two missed Pittsburgh field goals, scoring 10 unanswered points in the 4th quarter to hand the defending Super Champions their first loss of the season. Pittsburgh which held a 14-7 lead in the 4th quarter could not close out the game.
The Denver Broncos have traded quarterback Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears for quaterback Kyle Orton, 1st round pick in 2009 (18th overall), 1st round pick in 2010 and a 3rd round pick in 2009 The Broncos will also send a 5th round pick in 2009 to the Bears. According to John Clayton, the Bears beat out the Redskins, Buccaneers, Lions, Titans and others.
Multiple sources told the New York Daily News Sunday at the opening of the NFL meetings that Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum contacted the Broncos to let them know the Jets are very interested in trading for Cutler. But the Jets have yet to make a trade offer, and the Broncos have not said what they want, because Denver has not determined the Cutler situation is beyond repair. Source: New York Daily News There are believed to be up to 8 teams that have already expressed interest. Among them are the
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the only two players that are considered untouchable are offensive tackle Joe Thomas and linebacker D’Qwell Jackson. Thomas was the third overall pick of the 2007 and has been selected to two straight Pro Bowls, while Jackson was the NFL’s leading tackler in 2008. The Browns are believed to be interested in moving
The Denver Post Reports, A Broncos contingent that will include owner Pat Bowlen, McDaniels and general manager Brian Xanders will travel Saturday to the NFL owners meetings in Dana Point, Calif., where trade talks could heat up if the Cutler-McDaniels feud isn’t resolved. Four to five teams are already believed to have contacted the Broncos about Cutler including the
Parity is in the air this season. You can make a argument for six-eight teams right now that could be considered the best team in the AFC. That is how wide open the AFC is right now. Last year San Diego, New England and Indianapolis were a step ahead of the rest. That is not the case through the first four weeks of the season New England (2-1) lost Tom Brady and they are no longer the force they were last season. Indianapolis (1-2) has struggled defensively and their offense hasn‚Äôt found their groom. I wouldn‚Äôt write them off just yet but their clearly not the team they use to be San Diego at (2-2) remains one of the most talented teams in the AFC but defensively they have struggled to keep opponents off the scoreboard. Something about Phillips Rivers rubs me the wrong way and I‚Äôll go on theRead More »