Teammate Openly Criticizes Jay Cutler

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Jay Cutler

You probably remember when Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was yelling at tackle J’Marcus Webb last Thursday. Now one of his teammates is publicly criticizing him for the incident.

Cutler also pushed Webb during his team’s loss to the Green Bay Packers. Cornerback D.J. Moore apparently didn’t think too much of Cutler’s actions.

“I just think it’s wrong, honestly,” Moore said. “I would feel some kind of way if he were to do me like that and make it seem like ‘well, the reason that I’m having a bad game is because what you’re doing and not me taking accountability for myself because I’m throwing these types of passes or doing this type of read.’

“So it’s a tough situation. When you act like that with your own teammates on the sideline, it’s just something different that you normally wouldn’t do. So you might say it in the locker room or something, but to do it like he did it, it’s just weird.”

Obviously, Cutler is a real endearing figure in the Bears locker room.

We’re sure this will do wonders for team unity and morale.

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7 Comments on "Teammate Openly Criticizes Jay Cutler"

  1. Jonathan

    Good. They can keep calling out their QB and stabbing themselves in the back. The more the Bears suck, the better.

    Now if only they had a roof on their stadium that could fall down.

  2. DevilDon

    Reminds me when I was in Junior High and I complained to coach that I could run better than the starting RB. He let me play and the OL just laid down. 3 and out of course and I’d have loved to play another series with the OL giving at least some effort but he made his point.
    I was really angry at the time, it was all so unfair but it taught me that it’s a team not one guy. I was 13 when I got the point, Cuntler would do well to learn.

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