Jay Cutler injury: Bears QB out Week 11, Josh McCown to start

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is back on the mend after suffering a left ankle injury in Week 10 that the team is calling a high ankle sprain and will have him “week-to-week,” according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune.

Manning suffered the injury on a fourth-quarter hit to his right knee during Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers. Though he was able to finish out the game behind center, he was noticeably in pain.

Manning’s ability to grit out pain boded well for his Week 11 status. Manning has never been one to let minor ailments slow him down. He has never missed a game, outside of the 2011 season he lost to undergo spinal fusion surgery.

Manning is leading a Broncos squad on pace to become the highest-scoring team in NFL history. The Broncos are averaging 41.2 points per game through nine game. Over that span, Manning is 262-for-369 passing for 3,249 yards, 33 touchdowns and just six interceptions.

Should Manning be forced to sit, second-year quarterback Brock Osweiler would take the reins of the offense. For his career, Osweiler is 4-for-7 passing Toronto Blue Jays Cheap Jerseys for 22 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions.

Colin Kaepernick’s last pass of the day ended up being a 28 yard completion…to Carolina cornerback Drayton Florence. Look, you probably can’t even throw a 28 yard pass, hater.

Since the start of the 2011 season, only 16 quarterbacks have 1. thrown at least 20 passes in a game and 2. failed to reach 100 yards passing in that game. They are: Matt Cassel, Kellen Clemens, Kerry Collins, Nick Foles, Blaine Gabbert, Chad Henne, Ryan Lindley, Curtis Painter, Christian Ponder, Mark Sanchez, Matt Schaub, John Skelton, Tim Tebow, Jeff Tuel, Joe Webb, and Charlie Whitehurst. After completing 11 of 22 passes for 91 Wholesale NFL Jerseys Free Shipping yards, we can now add Kaepernick as the 17th member of this sad, sad, sad club.