Jay Cutler can't win.
Well, he actually can win football games. A lot of them.
He just can't win with America.
If Peyton Manning screams at an offensive tackle, he's lauded for being an incredible leader and a "coach on the field." If Tom Brady gets into it with his offensive coordinator, it's OK. He's just "fired up." If Ben Roethlisberger keeps getting up after being sacked seven times in a game, he's a warrior. When Eli Manning gives a dazed stare in the distance after throwing an interception, he's just warming up.
He's a gasbag. A blowhard. A loser.
There's a difference between Cutler and all of those guys, of course. A difference I'm well aware of. They've all got Super Bowl rings. He doesn't. Got it. Noted.
But Jay Cutler's won some games in his career, too. He took the Bears to the NFC Championship Game in 2010, and had Chicago sitting pretty, in line for a wild-card spot, at 7-3 before an injury cost him the rest of his 2011 regular season.
Seemingly every t...