Fox Sports/MSN 9th (10th)
Brian Billick: Cutler threw an interception and was sacked two times, an improvement from four interceptions and seven sacks the week before. The Bears only converted 29 percent of their third downs, and it is hard to gain any offensive momentum with that many three and outs.
ESPN 11th (12th)
Dan Graziano: Still waiting for Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall to rediscover that old Denver magic.
Yahoo! 8th (10th)
Zac Wassink: Chicago’s pass rush looks nasty, but I don’t want to get overly excited about the Bears just yet. They’ve only beaten Indy and St. Louis, after all.
Bleacher Report 8th (15th)
Adam Wells: I came into the season expecting big things from the Bears because I am a sucker. So far, they have actually played closer to where I thought they would, albeit against teams like Indianapolis and St. Louis. The game against the Packers is the one outlier, though it could be a game that tells us far more about where the Bears are at right now than anything they did in Week 1 or Week 3.
NFL.com 9th (10th)
Elliot Harrison: Jay Cutler is still leaving plays on the field. So is Brandon Marshall. But at the end of the day, the defense imposed its will on the Rams while the passing game was at least able to contribute. Marshall and Alshon Jeffery each caught five balls in the 23-6 win over St. Louis, but safety Major Wright’s catch — er, pick — was the tide-turner. The jury is still out on these Bears. Let’s see how the offensive line fares against a tough Dallas Cowboys defense on a national stage Monday.
SB Nation 8th (13th)
Joel Thorman: This is my “They’re ranked way too high” team. I wouldn’t call them a stable team — I feel like they could implode at any time — but when they’re on, they’re very good. Give it to me, commenters.
Tribune 10th (12th)
Dan Pompeii: They won’t get to the top of this list unless Jay Cutler starts pulling his weight..
Pro Football Talk 12th (18th)
Based on Jay Cutler’s passer rating this year, J’Marcus Webb should be the one doing the bumping.