Bears ditch tough talk after loss to Packers, get back to business
The Bears were back in their comfort zone this week. They defended quarterback Jay Cutler from coast-to-coast criticism of his on- and off-field demeanor and chided the media for overreacting to the Cutler-J'Marcus Webb incident, with coaches bristling at too many questions about a nationally televised loss to the Packers and interviews cut short ... (more)
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#1 Sep 23, 2012
Of course the Bears defend Cutler. What else can they do? Duh. He's an overrated punk and will never lead any team to the SuperBowl. Period.
#2 Sep 23, 2012
Thats all the Bears or anyone else can do.Get back to business,there is a whole lot of football to be played.Hopefully ( for the Bears sake)Cutler will learn from this,grow up a bit,know what to say and what not to say ect.
#3 Sep 24, 2012
Cutler is what he is
a Jeff George reincarnate
#4 Sep 24, 2012
The Bears were back in their comfort zone this week...they chided....everywhere...
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