National media hates on Cutler... Time to move on

Okay, this is old news.

Shut up already.

We all know the national media hates Jay Cutler, they even make up false headlines about him. Even some Bears "fans" still complain about his demeanor. If you're one of these people, what does that say about yourself?

Are you upset with Cutler because you think he's complaining or pouting on the sidelines? Worry about his performance on the field. Worry about the team's performance.

Take a look at other quarterbacks in the league. There are plenty (both good and bad) that complain on the field and on the sidelines. Super Bowl winning quarterbacks are often excused but count how many have actually won a ring... only a hand full. Yet the majority of quarterbacks aren't attacked the way Cutler has been.

If you're someone who criticized Cutler during the NFC Championship game but now support him AFTER the fact, well good for you. Where were you back in January? Why didn't you speak up back then?

It's time to move people.

Filed under: 4th Phase

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  • Not to nitpick, but it's spelled "Quitler".

  • I think you missed the point of the article......move on already.......nothing to see here......however, Jerry Angelo and the O-Line are deserving of a lot of blame!

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