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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    4 INTs, lol. He's worse than Fitz tonight.
    Fitz wasn't close to being hit the number of times Cutler was last night...

    It all starts with the 5 big fatties upfront...

  2. #122 Legend
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    The deep pass that Cutler threw down the left side to Marshall was awful (the one that Williams intercepted). I understand he had a lot of pressure to deal with, but Cutler wasn't good in that game, despite the pressure.

    His attitude was worse, IMO.

  3. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Fitz wasn't close to being hit the number of times Cutler was last night...

    It all starts with the 5 big fatties upfront...
    True, but to fitz's credit he has a quick release and doesn't hold on to the ball nearly as long as cutlet.

  4. #124
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    light-years ahead
    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    Can you imagine if the Jets' QB went to the press conference and answered questions like that? He'd be eaten alive the next day. That may be the most obnoxious PC I've ever seen.
    +1 He's nothing special to begin with.

    To go on camera and throw the team under the bus - when he sucked all night himself - only shows what a self-centered prima donna he is.

    Anyone who'd rather have Cutler over Sanchez is completely clueless.

    Bears fear a potential Cutler mutiny

    Posted by Mike Florio on September 14, 2012, 12:41 PM EDT

    As if the Bears donít suddenly have enough problems, they now have to fret about when and if the players will rise up against their petulant, James Dean-wannabe quarterback, Jay Cutler.

    Last nightís sideline incident with left tackle JíMarcus Webb, which featured Cutler swearing at and bumping the much bigger Webb, has created concerns within the organization that the players could eventually turn on Cutler, for good.

    Thatís what a source with direct knowledge of the situation tells PFT.

    Itís not the first time a quarterback has had relationship issues in the locker room. Weíve heard for years that Ben Roethlisberger had been (and still may be) persona non grata in Pittsburgh.

    But the Bears are getting closer to the breaking point with Cutler, and the worry in the organization is that if it keeps up, something could go down.

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    PFT is a glorified blog.

    The defensive players run that team and Briggs and Urlacher love Cutler. They also all stuck up for him when the media was questioning his toughness.

    I am sure nobody likes to get publicly criticized but Cutler is there to stay and if an OL doesn't like him then that OL will be replaced. And not for nothing it isn't like there will be much of a downgrade. Their current OL sucks.


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