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Cutler: “They made the decision”

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With criticism of Jay Cutler mounting, the Bears quarterback spoke with the media in the locker room after Sunday’s loss in an attempt to explain his disappointing day.

Cutler said he was hopeful he could keep playing, but he was unable to plant and throw because of his knee injury.  He said the decision to come out of the game was not his decision.

Coach Lovie Smith echoed that sentiment.

“There was no decision at all,” Smith said.  “He was injured.  He was hurt and he couldn’t go.  The trainers and doctors . . . made that decision.”

Cutler said he was disappointed and that it was a “lonely feeling” to watch the game from the sideline.  He “hoped” he wouldn’t require surgery, but didn’t know the extent of the injury.   (Center Olin Kreutz thought Cutler had a torn knee ligament, but that may be guesswork at this point.)

A reporter asked Cutler what he thought of all the criticism from other NFL player on Twitter about his toughness.

“No comment,” Cutler said, his distaste for the question clear.

And with that, Cutler’s resurgent season ended as he limped out of the locker room.

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  1. rovibe says: Jan 23, 2011 8:05 PM

    What if it’s determined that Cutler suffered an injury requiring surgery and a long rehab? Will all those people calling him soft issue an apology? Probably not. Losers.

  2. krow101 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:05 PM

    The NFL … no place for puzzies like you Cutler.

  3. insertnamehere2 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:06 PM

    Yep they made the decision he was ineffective!! Finally a good move by the Bears staff!!

  4. buckeye044 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:07 PM

    Wouldn’t have mattered.

  5. joetoronto says: Jan 23, 2011 8:10 PM

    If he wanted to keep playing, he would have played.

    What a wuss, blaming everybody else.

  6. minnyjoe says: Jan 23, 2011 8:12 PM

    Sounds like something is up here! Players with real heart don’t just accept the “doctor” saying your done.

    No crutches no brace ! One has to wonder

    It sounds like it might have been Lovie’s decision but he doesn’t have the stones to own up to it the way Collins played. Haine at least gave them a chance and makes you wonder what brain trust brought Collins in and why was he ahead of Haine on the depth chart!

    Not being not a Bear fan, please sign Lovie and Cutler to a big extensions!!!!!!!

  7. ravensrule says: Jan 23, 2011 8:13 PM

    Paaa-lease, this is classic Cutler; gutless & bows out when the going gets tough

  8. rpiotr01 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:14 PM

    We’ll wait and see what the diagnosis is. Could very well be legit.

    But you have to admit, it looks bad when the guy walks off the field without a limp and stands on the sidelines but claims a serious knee injury.

    Like I said, see what the diagnosis is. Cutler has gotten beaten up plenty this year and come back for more, I think he’s plenty tough.

  9. jimmyt32 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:15 PM

    Biggest game of your career and you’re going to let someone tell you that you can’t play?

    In a related story….Cutler seen in stands drinking with crowd while he was allegedly injured.

  10. commandercornpone says: Jan 23, 2011 8:15 PM

    hanie actually looked ok

  11. arnoldziffel says: Jan 23, 2011 8:15 PM

    It’s hard for anyone to say how injured Cutler is … but if the trainers and doctors make the decision, then you have to live with it.

    The bigger problem .. whenever things go bad, Cutler’s demeanor seems to shift to the dark side.

    By his expression and body language, you’re lead to believe he bit into a turd .. and now it’s stuck in his teeth.

    No matter though … Go Pack Go!!!

  12. lasher1650 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:18 PM

    wait for the results of the MRI, then make your judgements on Cutler

  13. insertnamehere2 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:20 PM

    @ Rovibe WTF man didn’t you watch??

  14. aaronitout12 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:22 PM

    As a Pack fan, I have to give Haine LOTS of credit for being thrown into the NFCCG with a 14 point deficit and rally like that. Great game Chi-Town! Nothing but respect from all of Green Bay!

  15. rafterman1957 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:22 PM

    Everyone is missing the point.

    HE SUCKS ANYWAY!

  16. richm2256 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:25 PM

    rovibe says:
    Jan 23, 2011 8:05 PM
    What if it’s determined that Cutler suffered an injury requiring surgery and a long rehab? Will all those people calling him soft issue an apology? Probably not. Losers.

    ———————————————————
    I cannot stand Phillip Rivers, but this Pat’s fan cannot forget his courageous effort in the playoffs a few games ago, with a completely shredded knee.

    No doubt HIS trainer and doctor told him to sit down as well ….. Rivers went out there and played his heart out. And HIS knee was CLEARLY shredded. No question about it. He had surgery and a lengthy rehab in the offseason.

    So yeah, I’d call Cutler “soft”even if he IS hurt bad enough for surgery.

    If this is the best that the Bears can come up with to defend Cutler, it’s piss poor. Sorry.

    “They (the doctors) kinda pulled me” is NOT a resounding assertion of a serious injury.

  17. smellmyface says: Jan 23, 2011 8:26 PM

    What a bunch of morons to say he was a baby and wouldnt play. If the staff says hes done then he is done. Mabye you dont like him so you say he’s soft but i really dont think he cares.

  18. richm2256 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:26 PM

    Meant a few YEARS ago, sorry

  19. footballcoach17 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:27 PM

    Do you ever see championship winning QBs stop playing in the playoffs? He will never win a Super Bowl. Period.

  20. lionsfan2014 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:30 PM

    hmmm I think they are all trying to save face here. If the Docs and trainers were truly the ones to take Jay Quitter out of the game, he would not have played the first series of the 2nd half.

  21. zaggs says: Jan 23, 2011 8:30 PM

    Really depends on what the injury is. Was it a thing about dealing with the pain, or was is something that made it where Cutler could not totally control his knee when he planted it to through? If he cant plant to drill a ball then he’s just throwing up ducks.
    So was it too much of a boo-boo, or did it buckle when he tried to throw?

  22. slickster35 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:30 PM

    He’s terrible, but still better than anything the donkeys will have for years to come.

  23. phillyfan4ever says: Jan 23, 2011 8:34 PM

    Jay Cutler is a joke

  24. bspurloc says: Jan 23, 2011 8:34 PM

    .
    champions play till they physically can not play anymore.

    cutler is not a champion

  25. oxycode30 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:35 PM

    Cutler is a tough guy and as a die hard Bears fan since the Jack Pardee era (look it up, kiddies) I don’t blame him or hold it against him. He likely has a torn lig. We’ll be back.
    Green Bay still sucks and will be destroyed by Pittsburgh.

  26. gbfanforever says: Jan 23, 2011 8:35 PM

    It’s tough when an injury occurs that isn’t graphic and it’s just as serious. Cutler isn’t that great of ab to begin with, through in injured knee ligaments and leaving him in could have gotten the bears beaten by 4 tds.

  27. lbijake says: Jan 23, 2011 8:36 PM

    Loser QB in a loser city. Makes the Lions look like a great organization.

  28. jakeblues68 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:37 PM

    Cutler hasn’t endeared himself to the fans, so when things like this come up, people are less likely to give him the benefit of the doubt.

  29. dvnelson72 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:38 PM

    Not a Bears or Pack fan here.

    I think we need to hear what ligaments were hurt. If it was his right knee, there are some ligaments pretty important for stability while planting and driving.

    He could have torn one that would have caused his knee to buckle every time he planted laterally.

  30. spamrok says: Jan 23, 2011 8:40 PM

    Collins was the only backup they could get signed last summer. And how does hanie give them a chance when he throws two int’s? The packers tried to give that ge away and the bears still couldn’t take it.

  31. xstaticonradio says: Jan 23, 2011 8:42 PM

    I’m sure everyone criticizing him would play through a knee injury.

  32. gbfanforever says: Jan 23, 2011 8:42 PM

    oxycode30

    The packers have won 5 must win games in a row against the best teams in the NFC and you still want to claim that they suck? Please, you are embarrassing yourself with the sour grapes. Hate all you want. Packers are your new NFC champions.

  33. dlmcc1010 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:43 PM

    remember when everyone laughed at Denver for trading him for draft picks? Too bad Denver bungled the picks but still. This dude is not a franchise QB

  34. kegpack says: Jan 23, 2011 8:44 PM

    Ya he really put up a fight to get back out there. He pulled a Jim Kelly and threw in the towel early.

    Philip Rivers played an entire championship game with a torn acl. The trainers couldnt drag him out of the game with a semi.

    Sorry, but there have been tough, great qbs in this league over the years. He aint one of them.

  35. xstaticonradio says: Jan 23, 2011 8:45 PM

    @Dlmcc1010

    You do realize the Broncos went 3-13 and are drafting second overall, and the Bears went to the playoffs and won a game, right?

    I wonder who won that trade.

  36. bears5683 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:48 PM

    I have a problem with Cutler’s poor play in the 1st half. I have a problem with Collins being 2nd string after an unbelievably bad performance in his one game against Carolina. There are several other questionable coaching decisions I have a problem with. But I have no problem with Cutler’s toughness. Billy Volek had to finish that 2007 Divisional game against the Colts after Rivers got hurt. Anyone calling Cutler a Wuss is an idiot. We have the worst offensive line in the NFL and he took 52 sacks and countless hurries and hits and still brought us to the NFC Championship game. Thank you Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears for a great season. You far exceeded my expectations. Quite honestly we lost to a better team.

  37. kennyrogerschicken says: Jan 23, 2011 8:50 PM

    oxycode30 -

    There you are!

    Good on you for showing up after the Bears defeat. As to the Packers sucking and getting destroyed by Pittsburgh, well, you said the same thing would happen versus the Bears. Keep up the great prognostication and enjoy the offseason loser!

  38. refsburgh says: Jan 23, 2011 8:51 PM

    He only ever throws off of 1 foot anyway, I dont see why he needed to come out.

  39. footballbat says: Jan 23, 2011 8:53 PM

    I used to read this sort of thing a couple of years ago – same guy / different team. Starting to look like change of address and helmet didn’t change the head on the man.

  40. stvang says: Jan 23, 2011 8:55 PM

    I agree. He looks like a 40 something lesbian

  41. FinFan68 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:56 PM

    Cutler does not plant and throw…he hops and throws and backpedals and throws. If he planted and then threw the ball he would eliminate half of the picks he throws. He is a good QB but his mechanics are horrible

  42. packersfanjason says: Jan 23, 2011 9:10 PM

    Rivers played with a torn ACL…, he could have played if he wanted to. There’s a reason NFL players are calling out Cutler. That said, Hanie showed a lot of guts. That was one hell of a fight, as a Packers fan, I was nervous and thought there would be Hanie magic. Luckily, there wasn’t.

  43. wtfru2 says: Jan 23, 2011 9:12 PM

    Any team who’s head coach’s name is Lovie can’t be questioned about their toughness!

  44. oxycode30 says: Jan 23, 2011 9:12 PM

    Kennyrogerschicken -

    Speaking of lousy prognistication, I’m here so you’re wrong.
    Peckers barely beat us with our 3rd string qb! If your qb was out you’d have lost. We lose ours for a full half and all you muster is a 7 point win?
    You will lose to the Steelers and embarrass the NFC. You don’t belong in the Super Bowl.

  45. dlmcc1010 says: Jan 23, 2011 9:12 PM

    “@Dlmcc1010

    You do realize the Broncos went 3-13 and are drafting second overall, and the Bears went to the playoffs and won a game, right?

    I wonder who won that trade.”

    If you really think you have a franchise QB there in Cutler, then I dont know what to tell you honestly. Didnt Phillip Rivers play on a completely shredded knee in the playoffs recently? Denver obviously screwed up their picks, but theres no doubt they gave you the second coming of Jeff George. You arent winning a Super Bowl with this guy

  46. stinkfingers says: Jan 23, 2011 9:16 PM

    Does he have a stronger KNEE that John Elway?

    Get your ass in the game. Sissy.

  47. hobartbaker says: Jan 23, 2011 9:17 PM

    First off, Orton has been better than Cutler both seasons since the trade. Secondly, the Broncos did not “bungle” the picks. So far they have Robert Ayers, DeMaryius Thomas, half of Tim Tebow, and Eric Decker t0 show for the deal. Any one of those players will turn out to be better than Cutler.

  48. stinkfingers says: Jan 23, 2011 9:17 PM

    I bet Kyle Orton would have played the whole game.

  49. yahmule says: Jan 23, 2011 9:18 PM

    This was the Super Bowl for Bronco fans stupid enough to make apologies for the callow and clueless Josh McDaniels. Let them enjoy it.

  50. xstaticonradio says: Jan 23, 2011 9:20 PM

    @dlmcc1010

    I’m not a Bears fan by any means. God, no. I’m completely unbiased when it comes to the Broncos and Bears, but Cutler at least got the Bears to the playoffs. The Broncos are 3-4 years away from being competitive at best. I think right now the Bears got the upper hand in the deal, unless Orton stays and leads the Broncos to the playoffs—very doubtful.

  51. dmobey says: Jan 23, 2011 9:33 PM

    Cutler is bad AND he’s soft.

    Bad combination.

    Plus, lose the double chin fat boy. It’s embarrassing.

  52. juancorsair says: Jan 23, 2011 9:39 PM

    xstaticonradio says:

    I’m sure everyone criticizing him would play through a knee injury.

    I bet they would if they were being paid Cutler’s $8 million a year salary. In fact, I bet most of them would for half that.

  53. bears5683 says: Jan 23, 2011 9:44 PM

    To any of you who want to keep mentioning how Rivers played against the Patriots in the 2007 AFC Championship game. Rivers DID NOT FINISH THE GAME HE GOT HURT IN. JUST LIKE CUTLER TODAY, HE CAME OUT OF THE GAME AND THE BACKUP, BILLY VOLEK FINISHED THE GAME.

  54. bigbear12 says: Jan 23, 2011 9:53 PM

    Even Aikman commented about Cutler not planting on his back foot properly when throwing and the ball sailing high.
    If he can’t plant and throw – like Rivers could in the AFCCG then Cutler is an immobile lame duck back there.

  55. swinbun says: Jan 23, 2011 10:00 PM

    sprained vagina………..what a quitter……pathetic

  56. insuhwetrust says: Jan 23, 2011 10:03 PM

    they made the decision?
    I’m pretty sure that with the possible exception of a head injury a player can overrule the “decision” of the trainers and doctors.
    Don’t believe me?
    Here’s the proof…

    4:30>

    btw… This was a “meaningless” regular season matchup between the lions and browns.
    Not the NFC championship.
    Under the circumstances, if he can walk…he shoildve been in the game. The fact that he wasn’t is an indication of his true colors.

  57. blkmanwtan says: Jan 23, 2011 10:09 PM

    Cutler got the Bears to the NFCCG? I think not. Jay Culter is Rex Grossman with an arm, a bum.

  58. bitterbear says: Jan 23, 2011 10:10 PM

    if anyone should be embarrassed its lovie smith. This horses _ss lets the guy he traded the teams future on get sacked a record number of times for two years and does nothing to protect him. its clear until he has o.line in front of him jay is going to set more records as the most sacked qb.

  59. freedomispopular says: Jan 23, 2011 10:22 PM

    Obviously the jury’s still out, but if he seriously can’t plant his foot, how effective can he really be?

  60. satchboogie69 says: Jan 23, 2011 10:22 PM

    Not a Bears or a Cutler fan. But the fact that this guy has lived with diabetes every day for the past 3 years of his live tells me all I need to know. It tells me he is a lot tougher all of you computer tough guys, most of whom have never played a down of professional football or had an illness more serious than a common cold. I would love to see you whiners live one day with diabetes. It isn’t easy. Injuries take longer to heal. An moderate injury to a healthy person can be a serious one to a diabetic. Especially an injured leg.
    I had never seen such a group of pathetic losers than I have seen on this site.

  61. da11ascowboys says: Jan 23, 2011 10:36 PM

    Even ROMO tried to come back in with a broken collar bone… what does that make Cutler?

  62. savocabol1 says: Jan 23, 2011 10:37 PM

    An unintended, yet hilarious link string is going to stir up some rumors tomorrow…….

    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/gay-jay-cutler-knee-injury-chicago-bears-nfc-championship-012311

  63. richm2256 says: Jan 23, 2011 10:42 PM

    oxycode30 says:
    Kennyrogerschicken -

    Speaking of lousy prognistication, I’m here so you’re wrong.
    Peckers barely beat us with our 3rd string qb! If your qb was out you’d have lost.
    ——————————————————–
    You obviously didn’t watch MattFlynn damn near beat the Patriots, did you? After that one game, I’d take Flynn over Cutler ANY day.

  64. favrecansuckit says: Jan 23, 2011 10:43 PM

    Injury Update: Cutler actually left the game due to diaper rash.

  65. coachstram says: Jan 23, 2011 10:47 PM

    Ever tear a ligament in your knee?

    I can see a bushel-full of commentors that might feel pretty stupid later this week.

  66. delescent says: Jan 23, 2011 10:49 PM

    I am not one for doubting a player’s toughness but i will call a spade a spade. If he was hurt enough not to play, why is he standing on the sidelines? Did you see him jump around after hanie’s TD pass? Im no doctor but i would imagine that a standing jumping Cutler gives you a better chance to win than either backup QB. He didn’t even seem BOTHERED by the loss.

    Im not saying he’s not tough but i am saying hes a quitter.

  67. edukator4 says: Jan 23, 2011 10:49 PM

    oxycode says:
    Peckers barely beat us with our 3rd string qb! If your qb was out you’d have lost. We lose ours for a full half and all you muster is a 7 point win?
    You will lose to the Steelers and embarrass the NFC. You don’t belong in the Super Bowl.

    that may be true, except your 3rd string qb played better than your starting qb. what does that tell you about your starting qb?
    i hope you dont think the bears would give the steelers a decent fight. the only reason i was cheering for green bay was because i didnt want to watch a 31-10 football game in 2 weeks.

  68. gbfanforever says: Jan 23, 2011 10:49 PM

    Not that I love having to defend Cutler but the guy was getting his butt kicked behind the bears line for the first half of the season and hung in there. I think he deserves the benefit of the doubt but his notoriously lousy attitude is what makes him a target for some.

  69. hawkapalooza says: Jan 23, 2011 10:58 PM

    You can drive your Mercedes home, but you couldn’t play?

  70. granadafan says: Jan 23, 2011 11:00 PM

    Look for Cutler’s agent/ PR agents to spin a story about a “knee injury” though no doctors will have been consulted. He’ll have a “surgery” on an unspecified part of his body and his PR agent will make it sound as if his leg is falling off.

  71. idolized1 says: Jan 23, 2011 11:01 PM

    The differences between legends and regular players are shown in games like today.

    Jay Cutler stood around and paced on the sidelines while he also spent time on a stationary bike to determine if his knee would hold up.

    Jack Youngblood said screw it and played throughout the playoffs one season with a broken leg.

    One of them is a Hall of Famer.

  72. gobills716 says: Jan 23, 2011 11:05 PM

    I heard that wasn’t his elbow bleeding. The Bears trainers ran out of tampons half way through the first half. GO PACK GO

  73. 12thstreetcompanies says: Jan 23, 2011 11:10 PM

    As a Packer, fan I will say one thing. The most guttiest guy out there in the second half was Brian Urlacher. I’m not his biggest fan but that guy knew it was time to lead and it was by example. Caleb Hanie was the second guttiest guy in the second half. That is the truth. The clock couldn’t tick fastest enough for me but those two showed what being a professional is all about.

    Everyone gripes about ‘Role Models’ in sports, we saw two for the price of one. Nice job Brian and Caleb. Go Pack go, to victory in Super Bowl XLV.

  74. baseballstars says: Jan 23, 2011 11:11 PM

    The trainers made their decision based on the information that CUTLER gave to them. Quit trying to pass the blame to someone else. As much as I hate Favre, at least he has shown the toughness to play through injuries.

    Jay Quitler is no Steve McNair, that’s for sure.

  75. honolulubluekoolaid says: Jan 23, 2011 11:15 PM

    Cutler was not playing well when in the game. I thought Hanie did a decent job coming in cold for the Cutler/Collins duo. He threw interceptions, but threw a touchdown and led some nice drives to keep it interesting. I am not a bears fan by any means. Cutler complains a lot and likes to be the victim. After all Cutler thought Ndamukong Suh should have been suspended back in week 13 for pushing him from behind when he was clearly a runner at the time. My point is some QB’s do not have the moxy to lead in playoff games against tough teams when it counts. It has nothing to do with his durability or whether or not he is “a tough guy”. Cutler will never be an Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady.

  76. descendency says: Jan 24, 2011 12:43 AM

    It’s too bad. I wanted to see him throw the game losing touchdown.

  77. dwatkins69 says: Jan 24, 2011 1:02 AM

    “but he was unable to plant and throw ” He doesnt do that to much anyway, thats why he throws those boneheaded pics!

  78. Nevis says: Jan 24, 2011 1:08 AM

    For Cutler’s own rep, he better hope for a torn ligament.

  79. baseballstars says: Jan 24, 2011 1:23 AM

    The silver lining for Bears fans is that they may have found a real quarterback for their future, Caleb Hanie. He played extremely well under the circumstances.

  80. elgrantaco says: Jan 24, 2011 1:48 AM

    Toughness/Heart Equation

    Matthew Stafford, Bruce Gradkowski, Sean Hill, John Kitna, Ryan Fitzpatrick > Jay Cutler

  81. comeonnowguys says: Jan 24, 2011 1:51 AM

    “He walked into the huddle, I could see his knee,” Kreutz said. “When you tear a ligament it feels like there is nothing there. It’s like it’s wobbling and it gives out on you. If you don’t have an MCL injury or whatever he has, then you don’t understand.”

    This from Olin Kreutz, the longtime lockerroom leader and someone who would have called Cutler out in a second if he thought Cutler quit on his team.

    But hey, why let firsthand accounts get in the way, right computer tough guys?

  82. hoopsdoc says: Jan 24, 2011 3:37 AM

    Peyton Manning played part of the 06 AFCCG with a sprained ligament and WITHOUT a thumbnail on his throwing hand. And WON the game, by completing the largest comeback in AFCCG Game history. Said afterward, NO ONE was gonna make him come out.

    I have no idea how bad Cutler was/is hurt but, he didn’t look like he made much of an effort to convince anyone to let him back in.

  83. alewatcher says: Jan 24, 2011 5:38 AM

    Compare Cutler moping on the sidelines, with headphones on, with Matt Stafford leaping off a gurney and evading medical staff to get back on the field for one more play after trashing his throwing shoulder, so he could close out the game.

    Cutler just doesn’t act like he has any real desire.

  84. vineee1 says: Jan 24, 2011 6:35 AM

    Ill take a “CHICKEN CUTLER PARM” to go!!

  85. iluvwikileaks says: Jan 24, 2011 6:44 AM

    Jay Cutler may have some QB skills. But, he’s got no heart. He’s no leader. Bears need a new QB for next year.

  86. davem23 says: Jan 24, 2011 7:17 AM

    Straight up Haynesworth for Culter, #12 seems like the QB of the present for them!

    Put his locker right next to D-HAll’s!

  87. hnirobert3 says: Jan 24, 2011 7:53 AM

    Jay Cutler is who we thought he was.

    Sorry, I couldn’t resist.

  88. bgoochy says: Jan 24, 2011 7:57 AM

    bears5683 says: Jan 23, 2011 8:48 PM

    I have a problem with Cutler’s poor play in the 1st half. I have a problem with Collins being 2nd string after an unbelievably bad performance in his one game against Carolina. There are several other questionable coaching decisions I have a problem with. But I have no problem with Cutler’s toughness. Billy Volek had to finish that 2007 Divisional game against the Colts after Rivers got hurt. Anyone calling Cutler a Wuss is an idiot. We have the worst offensive line in the NFL and he took 52 sacks and countless hurries and hits and still brought us to the NFC Championship game. Thank you Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears for a great season. You far exceeded my expectations. Quite honestly we lost to a better team.
    ————————————————–

    The Bears’ defense got them to the championship game, not Jay Cutler. They were in that game in spite of him.

  89. injuryreport13 says: Jan 24, 2011 8:16 AM

    @oxycode30

    You know how many injured players there are on the Packers roster? And you still lost to that team? The Bears have been a fluke this whole year, barely winning easy games and GB finally assembled a healthy team that has gelled together.

    You had one main injured player with 2 others on IR. GB had 4 starters on IR BEFORE the game, plus 11 others. Don’t even try the “GB only won because we lost a player” card.

  90. fran021 says: Jan 24, 2011 9:02 AM

    It never ceases to amaze me how many “fans” have to resort to vulgar and juvenile language to express their opinion on a subject.

    I always told my children that people who had to use vulgarity did so because they didn’t have the intelligence to figure out how to express themselves in English. That REALLY applies here.

    Grow up and drop the use of female body parts and functions to comment or state your age and we’ll understand.

  91. trimaster1 says: Jan 24, 2011 10:00 AM

    I’m really “torn” on this (no pun intended.)

    Cutler was the most sacked qb in the league this year and never missed a start. That’s not an easy feat, nor something to be proud of.

    For his sake I hope he has some serious knee damage. That should shut some of the critics up, becauyse if the docs say he can’t go back in that’s the end of that.

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