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QB comparison: Jay Cutler vs. Geno Smith

Both Jay Cutler and Geno Smith have shined already this season. Cutler threw 4 TDs (119.2 quarterback rating) vs. 49ers in Week 2. Smith completed 82.1 percent of his throws (23-of-28) in Jets' season-opening win over the Raiders.

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Rick Reilly tells the story of Jets WR David Nelson, who began caring for a group of orphans in Haiti, following the island's devastating 2010 earthquake.


Since joining the Bears in 2009, Jay Cutler is 6-1 on Monday Night Football. Cutler will look to improve on his record tonight vs. the Jets, and lucky for him, all his receivers are active.

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Bears fans should not be shocked if the Bears fall behind early ... just hope they continue their second-half success.

Bears Point Differential This Season:
1st Half -20 (14-34)
2nd Half +25 (34-9)

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Skip Bayless: I'm calling you out, pal, just before you take the national stage again on "Monday Night Football." Cutting ties with Cutler

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Sitting at 0-3 and having been outscored by 50 points on the season, the Buccaneers are looking for answers anywhere. Could that answer be Terrelle Pryor? The team worked out the former Raiders and Seahawks QB, according to a league source.

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In 2009, Rex Ryan took over as Jets coach and Jay Cutler became the Bears' primary starting QB. Since then, Chicago is tied for the most wins of any team on Monday Night Football (8 - tied with Saints) and the Jets are just 3-5 in 8 appearances.

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Titans QB Jake Locker had an MRI on his injured right wrist today, and his status is still uncertain for Sunday's game vs. the Colts. Full Story

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"Almost everything in there is anonymous, but it's clear from the subject matter that it's Ray's attorney, Ray's agent and it's Ray's friends."

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, disputing ESPN's report that the Ravens worked to cover up the severity of the Ray Rice domestic violence incident.


"It's not true... We talked to more than 20 sources. We have team sources, people inside the building, the Ravens' building."

ESPN investigative reporter Don Van Natta on Steve Bisciotti's claim that most of the sources in his original OTL report were close to Ray Rice.