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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall thinks the media has the wrong impression of quarterback Jay Cutler.
Marshall, who also played with Cutler in Denver from 2006-08, doesn't want his quarterback to ever change.
"I don't think him being fiery or being passionate or wanting to win is misunderstood but the part of maybe him not being a good teammate -- that part is misunderstood," Marshall told NFL.com and NFL Network's Michelle Beisner this week. "I think it's just media trying to sell more papers. They see that he's different and they capitalized on it.
"In the NFL, we have this illustration of what a QB is supposed to look like -- we see Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady -- and Jay is so different -- (he) approaches the game differently. And the day when Jay starts trying to do it how Joe Montana, or Steve Young, or Peyton Manning does it, well that's the day I'll be asking to work with a different NFL quarterback."
The Bears play the Detroit Lions Monday night with the chance to go 5-1. If they win Cutler is the hero, if they lose he's gonna be the reason why.
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This was like a guy bringing flowers to his wife in apology for the fifth time. He has learned the error of his ways this time, though. He's swears it. He's sorry. He'll never do it again.
Jay Cutler was the Jay Cutler everyone wants him to be Monday night, the one who is there for his team, with his team for the fight. He played through injury. He credited...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler returned in the second half after sustaining bruised ribs in the second quarter. Cutler was taken into the locker room before halftime to have his ribs evaluated.
Cutler, who was driven into the ground by Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, was tended to for minutes by team trainers. He returned to action shortly after the hit, but was escorted...
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler left Monday night's game against Detroit because of a rib injury, but he returned in the second half. Midway through the second quarter, Cutler was chased from the pocket and thrown to the ground by Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh. Cutler stayed on the ground for several minutes before jogging to the sidelines. He returned for...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler finished with 150 yards and a touchdown on 16-of-31 passing Monday against the Lions.Fantasy Spin:Cutler went to the locker room prior to halftime to have his ribs checked out and he really didn't have to do much in the second half as his defense shut down the Lions. Cutler is just a marginal fantasy option at this point, though his presence makes...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler reportedly only suffered “bruised ribs” on a punishing hit from Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh during “Monday Night Football.”
Cutler took the snap from under center on a first-and-10 play in the second quarter with the Bears leading 10-0. He faked a handoff on a play action, then began rolling to his right after Suh penetrated...
Brandon Marshall is extremely close with Jay Cutler, so it’s no surprise he was upset with Ndamukong Suh for laying a monster hit on the quarterback during “Monday Night Football.”
The Bears wide receiver sent a few tweets after his team won 13-7 to complain about Suh’s sack:
A Suh. What u did to Jay wasn’t cool. Great players don’t have to do that.
— Brandon Marshall...
Jay Cutler threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Marshall and the Chicago Bears held a 13-0 lead over the Detroit Lions after three quarters on Monday night.
The Bears are trying to solidify their spot at the top of the NFC North, while the last-place Lions are trying to get back into the race and avoid its fourth loss in five games.
Midway through the second quarter, the Bears...
For those of you who might have missed Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh's nasty sack of Jay Cutler on Monday Night Football, the fine folks at Diehard Sports have created the GIF for you:
Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is no stranger to aggressive play which is fully on display here where he grabs a hold of Bears QB Jay Cutler slamming him to the ground in the first half of Monday Night Football. Cutler eventually went to the locker room as the half ended but returned when both teams started the third quarter.
The Lions seemingly have the defense going, unfortunately...
There was a big gasp going through the stadium as Jay Cutler writhed in pain on the field. He got up and the defense provided a big lift.
Cutler returned after bruising his ribs, and Brian Urlacher made a key fumble recovery to help the Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions 13-7 on Monday night for their fourth straight win.
It was certainly not an easy night for the NFC North leaders...
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