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... to Larry Fitzgerald (Rackers kick) (ARI 7–0) CHI – 913 – 33 yd TD pas from Jay Cutler to Greg Olsen (Gould kick) (7–7) ARI – 326 – 6 yd TD pass from Kurt Warner to Ben Patrick (Rackers kick) (ARI 14–7 ... The Bears would answer as quarterback Jay Cutler competed a 33-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen, but Arizona came right back as Warner hooked up with tight end Ben ... The Bears tried to rally in the fourth quarter as Cutler connected with Olsen on a 3-yard and a 20-yard touchdown pass, but Arizona pulled away with Warner completing a 4-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Steve ...
... Jay Cutler – A Cut Above (Filmed in 1999, released in 2002) Jay Cutler – New Improved and Beyond (2004) Jay Cutler – Ripped to Shreds (2005) Jay ...
1050 – Kevin Smith 1 yd TD run (Hanson kick) (DET 7–0) CHI – 851 – Jay Cutler 5 yd TD run (Gould kick) (7–7) DET – 503 – 14 yd TD pass from Matthew Stafford to Will Heller (Hanso ... The Bears would answer with quarterback Jay Cutler's 5-yard touchdown run, yet Detroit came right back with quarterback Matthew Stafford's 14-yard touchdown pass ... Chicago would take the lead in the second quarter with Cutler's 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kellen Davis and a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end ...
... The Broncos surprisingly drafted a quarterback, Jay Cutler, following the season in which Plummer nearly led them to the Super Bowl ... led to his benching in favor of Cutler 12 games into the season ... Cutler would go on to lead the Broncos to a 2–3 record in the team's last five games ...
... the roster as the second-string quarterback after Jay Cutler and ahead of Caleb Hanie ... matchup against the New York Giants when starter Jay Cutler suffered a concussion after getting sacked for the ninth time in the first half ... He would fill in for Cutler in Week 5 against the Carolina Panthers ...
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