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Jay Cutler Is An Effing BUM!!!

I was hoping his OL that he pushed would turn around and shove his ass down.
Seems like all the hype about Cutlers new weapons (Marshall, Jeffery) were the last pieces of the puzzle. But when your OL can't stop a three man rush?
Originally posted by Joecool:
I was hoping his OL that he pushed would turn around and shove his ass down.

I was kinda of hoping that would happen myself. He was under alot of pressure from the packs d-line, but make a friggin adjustment scramble a lil slide in the pocket do something even when he had time he would just stand there or make a terrible throw . Honestly it was just sad last night lol
he's not too bad. he does make alot of errors, doe
Charles Woodson on Cutler postgame, "it's the same old Jay. We don't need luck, Jay will throw us the ball...proof is in the pudding."
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Pretty good article on Grantland.com here is an excerpt:

....Compare Cutler to Brett Favre, for example, and it tells us a lot about why we get down on Cutler. Like Cutler, Favre was prone to awful games where he'd toss up a bunch of interceptions, get down on his teammates, and generally look like a disaster. Just like with Cutler, we'd project our images of how Favre looked and acted onto our opinions of how he played. Because Favre was emotional and fiery, we saw him as a team leader. Cutler's aloof stoicism and smugness have become the calling card for his critics, despite the fact that his teammates love him.

It's more than that, though. We let Favre get away with those bad games because he won a Super Bowl relatively early in his career, at which point he was free to produce all the stinkers he wanted. You wouldn't be surprised to hear that Favre trails only Drew Bledsoe for most four-interception games since 1990. You know who's tied with Favre, though? Tom Brady, another player who won early in his career and gets insulated from the sort of critiques Cutler suffers from when he plays poorly.[2] How viciously would we have excoriated Cutler if he had been the one at the helm of that dismal Patriots loss to the Ravens in the 2009 playoffs? Or the Jets loss in 2010? What if Cutler had been the one who scored 14 points in Super Bowl XLII? Because Brady had already won his Super Bowls and established himself at some higher level of performance, we see those disappointing performances as bad games. If they had been Cutler starts, those would have been career-defining failures.....

[2]. And, as Robert Mays pointed out, someone who does not take the same sort of flak for being angry at his teammates.


http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/8377155/we-seem-keep-redefining-jay-cutler-every-four-quarters#footnote3
safe to say that NO QB in the league is mistake and choke free.
Originally posted by Jcool:
Pretty good article on Grantland.com here is an excerpt:

....Compare Cutler to Brett Favre, for example, and it tells us a lot about why we get down on Cutler. Like Cutler, Favre was prone to awful games where he'd toss up a bunch of interceptions, get down on his teammates, and generally look like a disaster. Just like with Cutler, we'd project our images of how Favre looked and acted onto our opinions of how he played. Because Favre was emotional and fiery, we saw him as a team leader. Cutler's aloof stoicism and smugness have become the calling card for his critics, despite the fact that his teammates love him.

It's more than that, though. We let Favre get away with those bad games because he won a Super Bowl relatively early in his career, at which point he was free to produce all the stinkers he wanted. You wouldn't be surprised to hear that Favre trails only Drew Bledsoe for most four-interception games since 1990. You know who's tied with Favre, though? Tom Brady, another player who won early in his career and gets insulated from the sort of critiques Cutler suffers from when he plays poorly.[2] How viciously would we have excoriated Cutler if he had been the one at the helm of that dismal Patriots loss to the Ravens in the 2009 playoffs? Or the Jets loss in 2010? What if Cutler had been the one who scored 14 points in Super Bowl XLII? Because Brady had already won his Super Bowls and established himself at some higher level of performance, we see those disappointing performances as bad games. If they had been Cutler starts, those would have been career-defining failures.....

[2]. And, as Robert Mays pointed out, someone who does not take the same sort of flak for being angry at his teammates.


http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/8377155/we-seem-keep-redefining-jay-cutler-every-four-quarters#footnote3

Favre is not a top ten all time QB.
Originally posted by Muggins:
Charles Woodson on Cutler postgame, "it's the same old Jay. We don't need luck, Jay will throw us the ball...proof is in the pudding."

haha Jay did piss him off by kicking him...
watching cutler blow up really makes you glad to have such a humble QB like Alex. i dont think ive ever seen alex blow up on players...he puts all the blame on his back. even rodgers yelled at his WR...Qbs with big egos, i sware!
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^^LOL!!!!

http://www.latimes.com/sports/sportsnow/la-sp-sn-jay-cutler-bears-shove-20120914,0,180539.story

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is under attack from a former teammate and co-captain,Adewale Ogunleye, for his shoving of offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb during a 23-10 loss to thePackers on Thursday night in Green Bay.
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"If you are not doing your job, yeah, someone should be allowed to get in your face," Ogunleye said during a radio interview Friday morning on WSCR. "But if you live in a glass house, you can't throw any stones. So the way I am looking at the game, no one is yelling at Jay when he is throwing the ball three [four] times to their defenders. And you've got to have some sense of accountability.

"At the end of the day, you start losing the respect of your teammates, you start losing the respect of that offensive line when publicly you're bumping people and yelling at them in their face. I don't think it is the right thing to do."
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"To go and bump another player, you know the only reason Jay Cutler can bump an offensive lineman and not get his butt beat is because he is the star quarterback of the Chicago Bears," said Ogunleye,
Cutler is a f**king b***h. And he's not that good of a quarterback either.
Great guy to trade 3 first round picks for; as many here were wishing we'd have done.
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Great guy to trade 3 first round picks for; as many here were wishing we'd have done.

Some of the same guys who wanted Kolb I'd imagine.
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