Jay Cutler and Dicey Run Game Have Chicago’s Offense Coming Together in Pieces

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Published: September 30, 2009

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... fitting together in the order many thought they would.
“I know it is going to take some time and I knew it wasn’t going to be the first week, and it’s hard to make everything gel the way you want it to in the first few weeks,” offensive coordinator Ron Turner said Wednesday at Halas Hall. “It’s going to take some time and as long as we get a little bit better each week, which I think we’re doing, it will fall into place and it will come.”
The Bears always have counted on their running game first and then their passes. So far this season the running game has struggled to a 2.8 yards-per-carry pace.
Meanwhile, quarterback Jay Cutler has taken the passing attack on a torrid pace after a nightmare first half at Green Bay.
Since he threw three first-half interceptions in the opener against Green Bay, Cutler is 57-of-79 for 633 yards with two interceptions and six touchdowns for a 110.4 passer rating. His completion percent...

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