That being said: C’mon. We’re talking about the Bears offense. These guys allowed 38 sacks on poor Smokin’ Jay Cutler last season. And 23 in 2011. Not to mention 52 in 2010, nine of which occured in the first half of one game—an NFL record.
In his 56 regular-season games with the Bears, Cutler has been sacked 148 times—an average of 2.6 sacks a game. Have you ever read the Wikipedia page for quarterback sack? The main photo is Jay Cutler, at Vanderbilt, getting hella-sacked.
But don’t be fooled. Jay & co. have a ways to go. Just keep your hopes up! There’s a chance the new O-liners Jermon Bushrod, Matt Slauson, Jordan Mills, and Kyle Long can keep Same Ol’ Jay safe for 16 games. And if that turns out to be true, then everyone in Chicago can be happy that scenes like this will all be a thing of the past.