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Cutler pushes away NFL Network microphone after game

Finally, Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and Bears quarterback Jay Cutler have found something on which they can agree.

Neither man apparently cares much for NFL Network.

On Friday, McDaniels took a shot at NFLN after the league-owned network broadcast prerecorded audio of McDaniels dropping an “F” bomb while yelling at his players. 

On Sunday, Cutler “angrily shoved” an NFL Network microphone away from his body after an ugly 36-10 loss to the Vikings, per ESPNChicago.com.

Cutler later conducted a small press conference in a room adjacent to the Bears’ locker room.

“It’s a tough one,” Cutler said.  “We didn’t expect this, [we] thought we had a good week.  We didn’t play up to our standards.”

Cutler threw two more interceptions, giving him 20 for the year.  As to the first one, which was picked off in the end zone by Cedric Griffin, Cutler was concise.

“It was an interception, yep,” Cutler said.

The second pick wasn’t Cutler’s fault — the receiver was hit (apparently early) and the ball bounced into the air.  Defensive end Jared Allen came up with the second interception of his career.
 

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  1. BostonISaChraphole says: Nov 30, 2009 12:06 AM

    The guy is not an NFL QB, sorry but he sucks.

  2. Poo Flinging Monkey says: Nov 30, 2009 12:11 AM

    He wouldn’t be so pissy if he had any talent on offense to work with. Forte is having a rotten year, his O-line is a disaster and his receivers are on par with those of the Browns, Rams, and Lions.
    I’m sure he’s missing Brandon Marshall right about now.

  3. stealth211 says: Nov 30, 2009 12:12 AM

    Cutler is a little winy punk and def not long for the NFL

  4. jpnl says: Nov 30, 2009 12:15 AM

    He looks like Rex Grossman. He’s gone from Pro Bowl to Toilet bowl… at some point you have to wonder if it’s the system.

  5. PFFFFT says: Nov 30, 2009 12:15 AM

    Yeah he’s definitely worth two first-round picks.

  6. Tdk24 says: Nov 30, 2009 12:20 AM

    He makes Jabust Russell look good.

  7. timegambit says: Nov 30, 2009 12:21 AM

    I liked him better back when he wanted a hamburger–no wait, a cheeseberger, but he got nothing and liked it.

  8. ScottThompson1982 says: Nov 30, 2009 12:22 AM

    His #1 reciever is a special teams player. he has nothing to work with and his coach only has a job because he is black.

  9. SlimPickens says: Nov 30, 2009 12:32 AM

    cutler will be fine

  10. The Notorious V.I.C. says: Nov 30, 2009 12:36 AM

    ===”The guy is not an NFL QB, sorry but he sucks.”====
    Typical of the meatheads who post here and think they actually know about football. I bet these geniuses also concluded that Vince Young couldn’t play ball either. Or Drew Brees for that matter (remember that Rivers was drafted 4th overall to be his replacement)
    The only thing that will keep Cutler from succeeding in the future is if this horrendous Bears experience crushes his confidence and ruins him mentally forever. Otherwise, get some coaches in here who actually have a clue (the Bears coaches SUCK), get some help around him, and you’ll see him be a successful QB.
    Screw it, I don’t even know why I waste my time here. 95% of the people who post comments here are a bunch of idiots.
    I’ll sit back and await your idiotic replies.

  11. wangchungish312 says: Nov 30, 2009 12:41 AM

    Maybe Da Bears can trade two first round picks, a third round pick, and Jay Cutler for Kyle Orton and a fifth round pick

  12. skolvikes says: Nov 30, 2009 12:42 AM

    Sell the bears! send them to LA.
    That has a nice ring to it. LA Bears.

  13. PatricktheDookie says: Nov 30, 2009 12:44 AM

    “He makes Jabust Russell look good.”
    Hey now, let’s not be stupid.

  14. nerd says: Nov 30, 2009 12:44 AM

    I guess he’s not as good as Aaron Rodgers.

  15. DocBG says: Nov 30, 2009 12:45 AM

    Poo Flinging Monkey says: November 30, 2009 12:11 AM
    He wouldn’t be so pissy if he had any talent on offense to work with. Forte is having a rotten year, his O-line is a disaster and his receivers are on par with those of the Browns, Rams, and Lions.
    ——————————————————
    One can certainly agree that those other teams mentioned are trainwrecks, Megatron and pettigrew actually have a bit of potential in the NFL, and edwards (before he got traded) would have easily been a #1 for the teddies.

  16. Gautam says: Nov 30, 2009 12:49 AM

    has anybody noted how his o-line plays ? people criticize GB’s line but the Bears don’t look that good either

  17. MNFANINAZ says: Nov 30, 2009 12:52 AM

    All we do is win… all we do is win!
    10-1
    Thank you Ted Thompson.
    All we do is win.
    To: Brett
    From: Viking Fans
    Looking in your eyes, I see a paradise.
    This world that I found is too good to be true.
    Standing here beside you, I want so much to give you this love in my heart that im feeling for you
    Let them say we’re crazy.
    I don’t care about that.
    Put your hand in my hand, baby, don’t ever look back.
    Let the world around us just fall apart.
    Maybe we can make it if we’re heart to heart.
    And we can build this thing together, stand in stone forever, nothing’s gonna stop us now.
    And if this world runs out of lovers we’ll still have eachother.
    Nothing’s gonna stop us, nothing’s gonna stop us now.
    I’m so glad I found you, I’m not gonna lose you, whatever it takes to stay here with you.
    Take it too the good times, see it through the bad times.
    Whatever it takes is what I’m gonna do.
    Let them say we’re crazy.
    What do they know?
    Put your arms around me, baby, don’t ever let go.
    Let the world around us just fall apart.
    Baby, we can make it if we’re heart to heart.
    Oh, all that I need is you.
    All that I ever need.
    All that I want to do is hold you forever, forever and ever.
    And we can build this thing together, stand in stone forever, nothing’s gonna stop us now.
    And if this world runs out of lovers we’ll still have eachother.
    Nothing’s gonna stop us, nothing’s gonna stop us now.
    And we can build this thing together, stand in stone forever, nothing’s gonna stop us now.
    And if this world runs out of lovers we’ll still have eachother.
    Nothing’s gonna stop us, nothing’s gonna stop us now.

  18. The Notorious V.I.C. says: Nov 30, 2009 12:59 AM

    Oh yeah, I also forgot to mention how much I love this “The View” style of gossipy reporting: JAY CUTLER PUSHES AWAY MICROPHONE…omg!!! omg!!!

  19. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Nov 30, 2009 1:00 AM

    Tdk24 says:
    November 30, 2009 12:20 AM
    He makes Jabust Russell look good.
    ——————————-
    No one does that.

  20. WashingtonRedstorms says: Nov 30, 2009 1:03 AM

    Wisdom from Radio Raheem:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShgXC62a09o

  21. WashingtonRedstorms says: Nov 30, 2009 1:05 AM

    Dont forget the batteries…….
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPnua9oYYjY&feature=related

  22. Pastabelly says: Nov 30, 2009 1:05 AM

    He’s interception prone and a douchebag. That’s one hell of a combination. Now the Bears don’t even have a 1st round pick in 2010 for trading for this DB.

  23. MasterShake says: Nov 30, 2009 1:12 AM

    The only way he connected with the microphone is if it was dressed in the oponents colors.

  24. minimafiaaj says: Nov 30, 2009 1:13 AM

    lol you people who say he sucks are dumb as hell. you put Tom Brady on the bears and hes gonna suck it up. cutler does have things he needs to work on, but dude has absolutely no protection and very little in the WR department.

  25. Richm2256 says: Nov 30, 2009 1:18 AM

    “”It was an interception, yep,” Cutler said.”
    He ought to know one, he’s thrown enough of ‘em

  26. buzzbissinger says: Nov 30, 2009 1:21 AM

    yawn

  27. mnmaverick says: Nov 30, 2009 1:22 AM

    Like I said before, he’s a “Jeff George” clone.
    He walks around acting all holier than though.
    Plays like he doesn’t care, etc.
    The guy has a lousy attitude.
    I can’t wait until “The King of the Frozen Tundra” visits Soldier Field in a few weeks and Cutler displays his half-assed effort in the elements. The combination of Favre, Peterson, Taylor, Harvin, and our defense will kill them. Antoine Winfield will be back in action as well.
    Last, but not least, he;’s a Diebetic Alchoholic.
    Capiche?

  28. wrath4771 says: Nov 30, 2009 1:38 AM

    “apparently early”? Did you see the play on Vikings cam? It was pass interference so I wouldn’t blame Cutler for that one.

  29. Howie Handles says: Nov 30, 2009 1:53 AM

    Not long for Nfl, you’re an idiot. His line sucks, his receivers suck, and his coordinator is clueless. Other than that, things are great.

  30. benjua says: Nov 30, 2009 2:10 AM

    anyone who says he doesn’t belong in the NFL doesn’t deserve to watch football.

  31. MikeTysonWillEatYourChildren says: Nov 30, 2009 2:29 AM

    All things aside, JaMarcus at least has a run game to lean on. Robert Gallery was a huge fail at the tackle postion, but he at least became part of a decent run blocking line. The OL in Chicago is nonexistant. With the amount of push that online gets on the run, Forte looks like Stephen Hawking in his chair with a nearly dead battery. Jared Allen was on Cutler like seasoned vet on the yard scouting freshly convicted ChoMo for a shower date. Cutlers best recievers are a CB/ST player who lost the ST edge when the competition committee changed the return wedge rule prior to the beginning of the season, and he has 2 other guys trying to learn how to be recievers – bennett who im still not convinced about, and knox is a rookie. The are on there 2nd or 3rd sting MLB who is not a replacement of Urlachar who has the surprising speed to cover the pass and stop the run. Then the rest of the Defense that chicago has been known for hasn’t showed up. Sadly, cutler was a season or two too late. They are in rebuild mode now. Whats worse is the trade they made for that DE. They really pulled a plaxico burress on themselves with the Gaines Adams trade. Chicago doesn’t get a pick until the 3rd round in the next draft. Good luck finding a good OL or WR who immediately step in and contribute when picking after over 64 players have been picked before this pick. Oh yeah – by the way, there dominate secondary is very quickly becoming an “old” secondary that is washed up or not playing up to snuff. They have many problems. QB is one of many positions that play on during a game – for those of you that forget that there are other guys on both sides of the ball that are also getting paid.

  32. max says: Nov 30, 2009 2:29 AM

    You guys are nuts. Jay Cutler is one of the most promising QBs in the league; he once had talent around him, just like all successful QBs. Now he is the lone point of competency on a dismal team with a dismal coach.
    That he is floundering is not a shock. But it’s not the system. It’s not Jay Cutler. It’s probably not even Lovie Smith. It’s the McCaskey family and their GM Jerry Angelo, who is simply incompetent when it comes to scouting offensive talent. To wit: the man did nothing with the Bucs for nearly a decade, until a surfeit of brilliant college players and the deep pockets of the Glazers enabled Tony Dungy and Kifflin to build a solid D. If you go back and examine even the winning TB teams during his tenure (1987-2000), you’ll note that they were not offensive powerhouses. Trent Dilfer was a glorified back up QB, and they had no WRs nor truly reliable, every-down, RBs. Sound familiar? Lovie Smith should certainly recognize the scenario since he was the LB coach at the time in Tampa.
    Unfortunately, unlike Tony Dungy circa 1996, Lovie Smith has virtually no ability to push back on Angelo’s decisions in Chicago. If anything, he was hired specifically because he wouldn’t challenge Angelo on player personnel decisions (Saban was their #1 option at the time, but the Fins gave him the control he was demanding when Angelo refused).
    If anything, IMHO, Jay Cutler is one of the first wise decisions that has been made in Chicago in a long time. What needs to happen over the next four months involves a firesale on anything they can get value for from their offense — to stock up on 3rd and 4th round draft picks — and the hiring of a talent evaluator from any branch of the Parcels family tree before the draft. It works in New England, even in lean years, and next year’s draft should be absolutely brimming with great pick ups (well into the late rounds, it stands to reason).

  33. frank booth says: Nov 30, 2009 2:50 AM

    Cutler has made a lot of mistakes this year, no doubt; but if you have a TV, you’ll see that this guy spends most of his time running for his life, has a kick returner and a rookie to throw to at wideout, no offensive line, and an ineffective running back.
    Last year, the guy had the 17th best year yardage-wise in the history of the NFL. I’m going to wait and see what he can do when he has some talent around him.

  34. tatum32 says: Nov 30, 2009 3:52 AM

    He makes Jabust Russell look good.
    Dont be silly…when did Russell throw for 4500 yards?

  35. sinned says: Nov 30, 2009 3:54 AM

    i am so glad the lions didnt trade for him lmao

  36. FloriosPhillyFan says: Nov 30, 2009 6:42 AM

    Typical of the meatheads who post here and think they actually know about football. I bet these geniuses also concluded that Vince Young couldn’t play ball either. Or Drew Brees for that matter (remember that Rivers was drafted 4th overall to be his replacement)
    The only thing that will keep Cutler from succeeding in the future is if this horrendous Bears experience crushes his confidence and ruins him mentally forever. Otherwise, get some coaches in here who actually have a clue (the Bears coaches SUCK), get some help around him, and you’ll see him be a successful QB.
    Screw it, I don’t even know why I waste my time here. 95% of the people who post comments here are a bunch of idiots.
    I’ll sit back and await your idiotic replies
    ————————————————-
    no one cares. get off your high horse.

  37. JimmySmith says: Nov 30, 2009 6:58 AM

    For as much as the Bears gave away to land him, he’s still the 4th best QB…..in the NFC North.

  38. edgeofepic says: Nov 30, 2009 7:03 AM

    What exactly have the Bears been doing with their draft picks? Is there any aspect of the Bears that is good? DBs? LBs? RBs? Anything?
    By the way, I’m not a big Cutler guy but there’s no denying he’s talented. He does seem snotty at times but I guess that’s how folks with diabetes act.

  39. FUNSHIPM174 says: Nov 30, 2009 7:18 AM

    Give Cutker a break NO talent at all around him except Hester.

  40. mnmaverick says: Nov 30, 2009 7:22 AM

    When did Cutler lead a team to the Playoffs?

  41. jsavage58 says: Nov 30, 2009 7:28 AM

    Jeff George———Part Deux

  42. Cubano says: Nov 30, 2009 7:30 AM

    Rex Grossman, that name is starting to sound reaaaaalllllll nice right about now.

  43. doriangray says: Nov 30, 2009 7:40 AM

    Cutler is wildly unpopular because he’s an ahole. He could’ve redeemed himself with decent play but he’s not that good. Playing QB is so much more about good judgement, timing and leadership. A rocket arm is something that can get you in trouble unless you have the other qualities. McDaniels would have improved Cutler, if he was given the chance. He turned Cassel into Brady for a year.

  44. bigmikethompson says: Nov 30, 2009 7:54 AM

    I’m saving all these Cutler is good comments. it will be funny to read them in a year or so.
    I’m a Bronco fan and I’d like to point out he was a red zone pick thrower with talent too.
    You know we’ve won as many games as we did last year already right?

  45. Beer Cheese Soup says: Nov 30, 2009 8:00 AM

    Gautam says:
    has anybody noted how his o-line plays ? people criticize GB’s line but the Bears don’t look that good either
    ____________________________________
    That’s it exactly. No QB in this league is gonna go anywhere with no line, no receivers, no running game (again due to the line) and questionable play calling.
    Pace is straight done. They need to bench him. Even if his backup is worse, their season is clearly over anyway, might as well get him some experience at the position.
    Maybe next year, if Angelo still has a job, he can get some actual talent to put around Cutler and not continue to waste his talent. I would feel sorry for the man, but he brought this on himself. Player, save your career. Say no to Bus Cook.
    MNFANINAZ says:
    All we do is win… all we do is win!
    10-1
    Thank you Ted Thompson.
    All we do is win.
    ____________________________________
    Maybe you could quit posting the same stupidity in EVERY thread now? We get it, you’re hot for Brett. Just keep that to yourself please. This isn’t the place for that sort of thing.
    However, you are right about one thing. Ted Thompson=best Vikings GM in history. Maybe next year you guys can hire him to a position that gives him more direct control of the Vikings franchise. Building your team while working for ours hasn’t been easy for him.

  46. Fan_Of_ Four says: Nov 30, 2009 8:00 AM

    Somewhere Wrecks Grossman’s Dad is saying, yup I told you so.

  47. Webbie says: Nov 30, 2009 8:01 AM

    Jay Cutler sucked in Denver and he sucks even worse in Chicago. He leads the laegue with 20 interceptions . Way to go Jay! If you don’t think
    that is an indicator go back to the last game he played with the Broncos (San Diego) and you will see how great he was then. PLEASE HE IS AN OVER-RATED FOOTBALL PLAYER!!!
    His arrogant behavior on and off the field and his cry baby shinanigans have not changed.
    People thought that we got the rotten end of the deal when Kyle Orton came to Denver, but its clear that we came out the winners and that deal.
    Good luck with that QB!!

  48. marshall70 says: Nov 30, 2009 8:10 AM

    I think Cutler still might have some decent skills, but the guy does have a bad attitude. As a Vikings fan, it was nice to see them beat Chicago yesterday. The Bears are a hurting team though, so I don’t think the gloating should be carried over beyond yesterday.

  49. Rob0729 says: Nov 30, 2009 8:18 AM

    I have never seen a QB who throws so many picks have so many people consistently point out all the INTs that aren’t his fault. It seems like every week more than half the picks Culter throws are excused as the receiver’s fault or the defender should have been flagged for pass interference. If you listen to the media, about three of Cutler’s picks are his fault.
    Seriously, does the media feel bad for the guy because of his diabetes and refuse to give him blame for his horrible performances or is it because they stupidly crowned the guy the next great QB when it was always clear that he doesn’t make good decisions and they are afraid to admit he is just a mediocre QB who has a cannon for an arm?

  50. Rob0729 says: Nov 30, 2009 8:26 AM

    This “Cutler has no talent around him” argument is crap. Many QBs now and in the past have had no talent around them and done worlds better. In 2006, Tom Brady had Reche Caldwell as his primary WR and not much of a running game and he brought the Patriots one minute away from going to the Super Bowl. Hell, Kyle Orton has similiar talent on the Bears last year as Cutler has now and threw for just short of 3,000 yards, 18 TDs, and 12 INTs.
    People making excuses for Cutler is out of control. His years in Denver were way overrated. He is a QB who doesn’t like to spend time in the film room and he doesn’t make good decisions. That has always been the wrap on the guy. He has a $10 million arm and a $0.10 head. Better talent would make him better, but he isn’t that great with good talent around him either.

  51. Wiscdave says: Nov 30, 2009 8:35 AM

    Everybody has to remember that this is Cutler’s 4th year in the league, and his 1st with Chicago. Anyone who thought he could transform a neglected passing game in Chicago was dreaming. But he definitely has an attitude problem. Like Nuke LaLoosh, he has a million dollar arm and a 5 cent head. Just call him “Meat.”

  52. cbrianwatkins says: Nov 30, 2009 8:35 AM

    So again with the brainchildren commenting, along with the Sofa Coaches as well, UNREAL i say
    have any of you watched a Bears game? My grandmother, Aunts and Mother could probably block better than the Chicago line
    He has WR’s that would be average at best in the UFL
    His running back seems like a bigger one hit wonder than Right Said Fred
    Can anyone name me a QB that has succeeded in Chicago as of late? Orton seems to be doing just fine elsewhere with some talent around him
    Do the math folks, its not hard

  53. chunky soupy sales says: Nov 30, 2009 8:42 AM

    To be fair to Cutler, he was probably aiming at another mic when he hit that one.

  54. bearsrule says: Nov 30, 2009 8:47 AM

    ScottThompson1982 says: November 30, 2009 12:22 AM
    His #1 reciever is a special teams player. he has nothing to work with and his coach only has a job because he is black.
    You are the dumbest ass on the Internet. Congratulations.

  55. Supersuckers says: Nov 30, 2009 8:48 AM

    Beer Cheese idiot says:
    However, you are right about one thing. Ted Thompson=best Vikings GM in history. Maybe next year you guys can hire him to a position that gives him more direct control of the Vikings franchise. Building your team while working for ours hasn’t been easy for him.
    ________
    The Jets released Favre not the Packers!!!! How can you not know that!! I am embarrased for you!!

  56. PervyHarvin says: Nov 30, 2009 8:59 AM

    Good post Robo729,right on.
    Cutler needs more than a big arm to be a NFL qb.He is whiny pussy first,didn’t see Favre giving him kind words like he did Stafford. Blew him off pretty much after the game,can you say”I’m Silver Fox,a man and you are a crying bitch?”
    $0.10 head was the perfect description. You people with Cutlers sack in your mouth will be eating crow for some time.
    Bears,I’m not here to bash you,you guys need some solid upgrades at many positions. Too bad that will be hard when you seold your drafting soul to acquire Cutler. Tough times in the Windy City for some time to come.

  57. Crazydiamond says: Nov 30, 2009 9:02 AM

    Who is the best QB in the NFC north? 24 TDs 3 Ints. No one saw this coming. Amazing!

  58. ch19079 says: Nov 30, 2009 9:24 AM

    He was a Pro-Bowl player for one team, got traded, and is now having problems…
    The only thing that changed is the team that he plays for…
    The Bears deserve some of this blame as well.

  59. Patrian says: Nov 30, 2009 9:33 AM

    Well Cutler and the NFL Network have something in common…
    They both can’t execute worth a darn.

  60. The Troof says: Nov 30, 2009 9:42 AM

    Dear Jay,
    Jeff George wants his career back. Please call his attorney as you are impersonating a tool.
    Thanks – June Jones
    P.S. This guy will be on the Raiders in 2011.

  61. azwildcats96 says: Nov 30, 2009 9:51 AM

    Stop making excuses for Cutler. He’s in the position he’s in because he CHOSE to act like a first rate cry baby and get booted out of Denver. He has no one to blame but himself.

  62. PervyHarvin says: Nov 30, 2009 10:10 AM

    Napoleans Uncle Rico is en route to Chicago as we speak.News just broke by Mark Schlereth.Lovie wants a tryout after seeing his VHS tape. I think he has a chance.I broke them down:
    Arm strength: Uncle Rico easy.Could throw a 1/4 mile in his prime,should be good for half of that now.
    Attitude: Rico for sure. Tenacious as a Tupperware salesman,positive attitude.Doesn’t cry.
    Size: Cutler. His triple chin bigger than Rico alone.
    Accuracy: No brainer. Did you see Rico throw that steak right at Napoleon’s head? Deadly accurate.
    Leadership: Cutler looks down too much. Rico had Kip in his palms. Rico easy
    Looks like Cutler is on his way out. That is unless he cries so much that Lovie can’t part ways with the douche!

  63. HarrisonHits says: Nov 30, 2009 10:11 AM

    “you put Tom Brady on the bears and hes gonna suck it up”
    Wrong. When Brady had far less talent around him the Pats still won a lot of games and Brady made the players he did have on offense better.
    Cutler is doing nothing to make those around him better. He is a self centered turd who doesn’t seem to care much about his team, his teammates or anything much at all.

  64. CapsLockKey says: Nov 30, 2009 10:34 AM

    Brett Favre laughs at Cutler’s 20 picks. That’s an average season for Brett’s career.

  65. eeerockski says: Nov 30, 2009 10:40 AM

    Just a Denver fan chiming in here. And I’m not meaning to pile it on, but he got what he asked for. I have to admit I was pissed when we traded him away, but like many things I was wrong about this year, Josh McDaniels knew what he was doing and knew what type of qb he wanted. I remember when Shanahan benched Jake Plummer a few years ago for Jay while we were still in the playoff hunt. I was upset about that too until I saw what Jay could do with the football. The guy can make some amazing throws, and force it into spots only a few qb’s can. That being said, I think that aspect went to his head and he thinks he can whip it in there anytime, any place, any coverage. Hopefully, for the Bears sake, in the off season he can get some solid advice, put in some quality time adjusting his game, and realize he can’t force the ball 99% of the time, and maybe then he can become the qb I think he can be. Maybe. That’s my 2 cents.

  66. PervyHarvin says: Nov 30, 2009 10:40 AM

    CapsLockKey says:
    November 30, 2009 10:34 AM
    Brett Favre laughs at Cutler’s 20 picks. That’s an average season for Brett’s career.
    …..yah,when not a Viking tool!

  67. bucc19 says: Nov 30, 2009 10:50 AM

    I liked him better back when he wanted a hamburger–no wait, a cheeseberger, but he got nothing and liked it.
    THAT is Hilarious! SPAULDING! I was trying to figure out who he reminds me of and that’s it. Thank you.

  68. Hercules Rockafeller says: Nov 30, 2009 10:50 AM

    I think Cutler is a complete knob and careless with the football, but he doesn’t have an NFL receiver on that roster. Hester is simply not a wide out. Great return man but is NOT a wide out. Earl Bennett is a guy, and nothing more, an average #4 receiver on most any roster in the league. Knox has a little something there, but is only a speed guy given his size. He might turn into something. He is a 3rd wide out on an average team at this point. The rest are practice squad talent.
    The only threat is Olsen, but teams have been able to contain him given the total lack of talent at the receiver position.

  69. Pastabelly says: Nov 30, 2009 10:54 AM

    Cutler should be very happy he has fans making excuses for him on here. Nobody is saying that he doesn’t have a great arm or that he didn’t put up big numbers last year in Denver. But he is a self absorbed diva and he proved that in shooting himself out of Denver and with his attitude to McDaniels and Bowlen. It’s okay to be a douche if you are a wide receiver. In the NFL, it’s a bit tougher for a quarterback to get away with that.

  70. Scoop says: Nov 30, 2009 11:03 AM

    Cutler is probably mad at NFLn for leading the classic propaganda campaign to reinvent him. You know the one where history was ignored while positives were re-spun and magnified in order to create an illusion. (I’m not sure what the Network’s motive was– other than to decomplicate the situation to a level that Jamie Dukes could comprehend, of course.) While it stoked JC’s fragile little ego early, its gone and got him in a big old world o’ hurt now.

  71. CapsLockKey says: Nov 30, 2009 11:13 AM

    “It’s okay to be a douche if you are a wide receiver. In the NFL, it’s a bit tougher for a quarterback to get away with that. ”
    Phillip Rivers seems to pull it off pretty well.

  72. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Nov 30, 2009 11:15 AM

    Rob0729 says:
    November 30, 2009 8:26 AM
    This “Cutler has no talent around him” argument is crap. Many QBs now and in the past have had no talent around them and done worlds better. In 2006, Tom Brady had Reche Caldwell as his primary WR and not much of a running game and he brought the Patriots one minute away from going to the Super Bowl.
    —————————–
    Nevermind that Brady had one of the league’s best defenses and a solid run game to support him. Cutler has a below-average defense and the Bears’ rush offense is last in the league. But I’m sure they’d be first if Brady were in town..
    Not that I’m trying to make Cutler out to be some demi-god.. I thought Chicago overpaid terribly for him. And I thought anyone who expected him to lead them to the Super Bowl was nuts. But it’s not fair to pin all Chicago’s struggles on Cutler. With decent receivers, a good O-line and a decent defense they’d be an entirely different team. Without all that… THEY ARE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE!

  73. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Nov 30, 2009 11:16 AM

    PervyHarvin says:
    November 30, 2009 10:40 AM
    …..yah,when not a Viking tool!
    ——————————–
    You stuttered.

  74. Seaman Jelle says: Nov 30, 2009 11:22 AM

    Hey Bears fans, keep your head up, not like Jay Cutler walking off the field…
    The 2010 NFL Draft is so deep you guys are sure to kill it in the 1st and 2nd rounds. Oh wait, nevermind.
    The Bears have really dug themselves a hole. If Cutler doesn’t step up, it may take a long time to recover from this fiasco. Chicago is not a very patient city…

  75. danielsanchez06 says: Nov 30, 2009 11:28 AM

    Cutler has a 74.4 quarterback rating, and he’s already thrown 20 interceptions (most in the league). The Bears were fooled into believing he was their saviour. Before the season started, Bears fans believed they had sufficient weapons surrounding Cutler for him to have a great year. Many were calling a playoff run before he had even thrown a ball in Chicago. Now that you’re definitely not going to make it to the playoffs, you’ll make every excuse possible for this career loser. He’s made quite a business of losing, even convincing the Bears to give him a huge contract without proving anything. It’s a sad state of affairs for Chicago, and I can’t understand why so many Bears fans defend him. The guy was born a loser, and you can see it in his face. Please tell me the difference between this years Bears, and the Bears that almost made it to the playoffs last year. Cutler. There’s your difference. Even the big names in the MSM saw the Bears as a playoff team before the season started. With Cutler, they surmised, the Bears would have the missing piece they needed to get into the playoffs. Now that he’s playing terrible, all Bears fans can do is blame it on everybody but Cutler. He’s played like garbage all season, but he’s still considered an “elite” quarterback. Give me a break. Cutler is who McDaniels thought he was…overrated. Good luck with your new franchise quarterback.

  76. purpleguy says: Nov 30, 2009 11:30 AM

    Here’s the only comparison that’s needed, and this is coming from a Viking fan — Aaron Rodger’s O-line is worse than Cutler’s, and he seems to be performing pretty well. Make all the excuses you want Bears’ fans, but this guy isn’t going to be a savior if he keeps playing like he has this year.

  77. PolegoJim says: Nov 30, 2009 11:37 AM

    Cutler has definitely has limited talent around him… but that DOES NOT let him off the hook.
    The deal with Jay is that he doesn’t make anyone around him better, never has. He will be good when on a good team, but don’t expect him to be ‘the man’ or the ‘difference maker’. He won’t be.
    He’s an average NFL QB, not the superstar he see’s in the mirror who can through better than John Elway or Brett Favre. The thing that makes this so fun is that those are HIS comparisons… before he’s ever delivered a single major playoff victory.
    Jay, you brought all this love on yourself, including your arrogant Denver departure. How’s that crow tasting in Chicago?

  78. PervyHarvin says: Nov 30, 2009 11:42 AM

    @ Shitterson – LMAO Dude,go crawl back into that cave of Packer obscurity.

  79. danielsanchez06 says: Nov 30, 2009 11:46 AM

    Garbage. Simply put, garbage. I really feel bad for Bears fans. Chicago invested too much in the kool-aid. Tastes good, but it’s best in moderation. Here’s some familiar advice for Bears fans…there’s always next year.

  80. zygi milf says: Nov 30, 2009 12:38 PM

    JimmySmith says:
    November 30, 2009 6:58 AM
    For as much as the Bears gave away to land him, he’s still the 4th best QB…..in the NFC North.
    ********
    He’s the 4th best starter in the NFC North – but, 4th best QB? NO.
    Tarvaris Jackson and Daunte Culpepper are better than Cutler, who is the 6th best QB in the division.

  81. footballrulz says: Nov 30, 2009 12:45 PM

    Pervy, use commas
    yah,when not a Viking tool!
    yah, when not a Viking, tool!

  82. PervyHarvin says: Nov 30, 2009 1:10 PM

    @ rulz LOL that is funny now isn’t it! Whats a Vikings Tool?? Never heard of one!

  83. number7 says: Nov 30, 2009 2:05 PM

    Jay Cutler makes Pat Bowlen and Josh McDaniels look smarter by the second.
    Somebody forgot to tell Jay that the Broncos O-line doesn’t go with him in a trade… neither do B-Marshall… Eddie Royal… Daniel Graham…
    Enjoy Chicago!

  84. sand0 says: Nov 30, 2009 2:33 PM

    Cutler is a decent QB. The Bears just suck. They have no receiving threat and a very weak O-line and very weak running game. Their defense stinks. They are just plain bad.
    I’m not trying to make excuses for one of the biggest pouters in the league but Cutler is not their biggest or second or third biggest problem. Cutler is a capable young QB who’s knock is poutiness. But if you protect him and give him some WR’s he’ll do more damage than the average QB. If you don’t give him those things he’s just a rich man’s Orton.
    I’d hate to have him on my team but he is not a terrible QB. To think that is just silly when you look across his career. He’s in an impossible situation on a team with a very weak defense and who’s most “explosive” offensive weapon is a top 15 tight end. When he had Marshall and Royal and an okay line in Denver he did pretty well. If he had stayed in Denver and their defense had improved the way it has then Denver would have a better record than it does now.

  85. realityonetwo says: Nov 30, 2009 4:34 PM

    Sssssssssssssssssssssssssss… BOOM!
    another Bears QB implodes.
    LOVE IT…

  86. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Nov 30, 2009 11:46 PM

    PervyHarvin says:
    November 30, 2009 11:42 AM
    @ Shitterson – LMAO Dude,go crawl back into that cave of Packer obscurity.
    ——————————-
    As soon as you crawl back to your boyfriend’s bed, Pervy. Hey, which position does LeRoy Butler play again? I keep forgetting. Oh, right. Corner. Thanks again, douchalicious.

  87. Chickenfoot says: Dec 1, 2009 8:30 AM

    2taperedshitterson:
    Man that was a lame post. It’s to be expected out of a turd like you though.
    Hid BF’s bed? Really?! What are you ,13?
    Still hanging onto a post from 4/5 weeks ago?
    Talk about being anal. Another crappy post from the King of feces!
    I think it’s time for you to jump in the tub and drop a hair dryer in with you. No one will miss you. I’m sure.
    By the way, poop.

  88. PervyHarvin says: Dec 1, 2009 4:55 PM

    Thanks Chickenfoot! He really is a ignoranus!

  89. TeamGame says: Dec 1, 2009 9:03 PM

    # The Notorious V.I.C. says: November 30, 2009 12:36 AM
    ===Screw it, I don’t even know why I waste my time here. 95% of the people who post comments here are a bunch of idiots.===
    The people that post here are fans, and typically fans react emotionally, not logically.
    Jay Cutler is an extremely talented quarterback. BUT, pro football is a team game. The fact is, people tend to try and judge an individual on the results of a team.
    The Bears very likely have the worst set of receivers in the league, and a line that is not getting the job done. The good news for Chicago fans is that their receivers are young and have potential. But that’s not enough to win this year.
    The logic used to think that Cutler sucks is the same logic that would think Alvin Harper would be awesome in Tampa Bay.

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