Packers cornerback Charles Woodson is continuing to disparage the Bears after Thursday night’s beatdown at Lambeau Field.
Immediately after the Packers’ 23-10 win, Woodson scoffed at Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, saying that the Packers always knew Cutler would throw them the ball. On Friday, Woodson took another crack at Cutler, as well as the Bears’ receivers.
Asked on the Jim Rome Show about Cutler saying the Packers’ secondary would need “good luck” to stop the Bears’ receivers, Woodson said he and his teammates found that amusing.
“We got a laugh out of it, really,” Woodson said. “It was funny. They do have some big receivers over there but they’re not fast receivers. There’s no Calvin Johnson on that team, that’s going to stretch a defense. Yeah, there are some big guys, physical guys, and they like to push and pull and grab and get behind guys, but we weren’t going to let that happen, so it worked in our favor.”
Woodson said Cutler’s “good luck” talk didn’t fire up the Packers’ defense as much as it gave them a good laugh in their meeting room.
“We took those comments and we got a kick out of it,” Woodson said.
Woodson, who grabbed one of the four interceptions Cutler threw, stands by his assessment that Cutler will get the defense the ball.
“If you get pressure on Jay, he’ll let the ball loose,” Woodson said. “That happened for us numerous times last night.”
Cutler probably won’t laugh when he hears that.