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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Roberto Garza
Mike Tice refers to it in jest as the night he "almost resigned."
Defenses were whizzing by the Chicago Bears' line like cars on an expressway, and with no one stopping them, quarterback Jay Cutler was getting flattened.
Jay Cutler just needed some time.
The Chicago Bears expect to have center Olin Kreutz available to face the Minnesota Vikings in Sunday's game at Soldier Field.
Poised to return from a hamstring injury, Chris Williams might not have his old job waiting for him.