NFL Lines Report: When Did Jay Cutler Become a Clutch Quarterback?
If you’re a Chicago Bears NFL odds fan, then you have likely become numb to the possibility of the crucial fourth quarter interception by your quarterback, Jay Cutler. When he recently went down to injury, though, the Bears Nation saw just how much they need to have Cutler under center. Why? His replacement, Jimmy Clausen, led the Bears to ten straight punts and a shutout at the hands of Seattle. Against the Raiders, Cutler threw for 281 yards and two scores, as well as a game winning drive as the clock wound down, setting the stage for Robbie Gould to win the contest with a field goal as online sportsbook fans might recall. Did you know that Jay Cutler is terrific on third down? Check this out:
Jay Cutler is completing 76.9% of his passes on 3rd down (20-of-26). 69.2% of 3rd-down passes have gone for 1st down, which is best in NFL.
— Kevin Fishbain (@kfishbain) October 6, 2015