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The Chicago Bears started the season with great expectations and had their fans gloating after their perfomance against the Indianapolis Colts. The chemistry between Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler was there and the two played as if no time had passed. There was alot of hype built up surrounding the Green Bay Packer game that was perhaps too much too soon.

Jay Cutler was criticized for his poor behavior after being sacked seven times, the second-highest in his career. Pathetically NFL Network cameras captured Cutler yelling at teammates and purposely  bumping into left tackle J’Marcus Webb. Understandably he was  frustrated but to attack your own teammates, well that takes things to a different level of immaturity.… Read more

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