Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler took a little time out of his busy schedule of being a complete vagina to talk a little trash about the Green Bay Packers cornerbacks on Tuesday.
The Packers have traditionally played the Bears’ crappy receivers man-to-man and jammed them at the line. This has worked pretty well with jokers like Devin Hester and Earl Bennett, who would have to compete for a roster spot on any other team.
This year, the Bears actually added some big, physical receivers who can catch the ball, though. Cutler doesn’t think the Packers press coverage scheme is going to work anymore. When asked about the Packers jamming his receivers on Tuesday he had this to say.
“Good luck,” Cutler said.
“We invite press coverage. We invite man.”
Cutty! You’re the man, bro!
It will be interesting to see if the Packers change their approach. The Bears have two larger receivers in Brandon Marshall (6-5, 230) and Alshon Jeffery (6-3, 217) for the first time in Cutler’s Bears tenure. These guys aren’t going to be bullied as easily as someone like the 5-11, 190-pound Hester.
That being said, the Packers have a healthy Tramon Williams, who we’re pretty sure can play anyone in any fashion. Of course, they also have Jarrett Bush, who’s probably going to get abused.
Will the Packers adjust their pass coverage scheme? They certainly better do something different than they did last Sunday.
would it be wise to play woodson back at corner tomorrow??? just a thought…
Unfortunately the gameplan of “throwing wherever Woodson/Williams aren’t” might actually work this season since there isn’t really anybody else in the secondary holding their own. They can’t cover 3 people at once.
How about the lack of pass rush.
no, no, no…why does everyone keep saying this (particularly on this site)?? there truly was no lack of pass rush against the 49ers. fact: their pass rush was actually quite good. clay had 2.5 sacks and woodson had 1.5 for a total of 4 sacks (clay was 0.5 sack away from his single game sack record). alex smith only dropped back 26 times the whole damn game.
for the record, thats the highest sack rate per attempt though one week in the entire NFL. i dont see how thats a weak rush. they got the ball out quickly and efficiently, but that doesnt mean there was no rush. i think people need to settle down a bit, we’ll be just fine. we’ve played one game.
the best way to shut Cutler’s mouth is to plant the dipstick in the LBF turf on Thursday. what an ass……….
Somebody’s gonna get home and kill that fuck.
We better beat those assholes
I’m thinking the pass rush is back this week. The Bears O-Line is still a dumpster fire. If they can’t get to Cutler Thursday they won’t be able to get to anyone all year.
This should be interesting to watch. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a team get more hype after beating a 2-14 team from the year before than this Bears team is getting right now.
The Bears were getting a ton of hype Pre-season, too. I guess because they finally A legitimate wide receiver. I’ve seen a lot of predictions that they’ll take the NFCN and even some predicting a super bowl run. If Urlacher is as slow and ineffectual as I believe he’ll be, their D will not be as dominant as it needs to be. Maybe just wishful thinking on my part.
Agreed. I just thinks it’s laughable that these Chicago blowhards believe that one win over the worst team in the league in 2011 somehow justifies all the hype.
screw the blowhard bear cubs and the media that thinks they are the real deal in week 2. I don’t want to be the best team (annointed by the media) after week 1, or 6, or 8 OR 13. I want to be the best damn team in the playoffs!!! We will get better!!
Tramon will cover Marshall and be fine. Jeffreys doesn’t play a lot. He is basically their 4th WR with Hester and Bennett still 2 and 3.
I don’t believe the Bears can win this game by throwing it around. They need to get Forte going.
Fuck Jay Cutler. He’s right. But fuck that douche bag.
Here’s to another pick six tonight, asshole.