Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 11/20/14
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Chicago Bears Jay Cutler has been hard to pinpoint what is wrong with him or define what type of quarterback he is. Cutler is inconsistent and quite frankly plays poorly in the worst situations. Cutler had one 4,000 yard season and everyone just believes the Bears are one year away from getting to that milestone. One more year and Cutler will finally be ‘Elite’ as everyone say. However with 917 yards in 4 games, Cutler is not on pace to pass for 4,000 yards and it is becoming apparent what Cutler is finally. Jay Cutler is a Rex Grossman with a bigger ego.
That’s right, I said it. Rex Grossman if you remember Bear fans if you haven’t blocked out the memory yet, was woefully inconsistent with the Bears.… Read more
5 Comments:
  • What a crock! Cutler may have issues with his personality, but
    his football skills are far superior to Grossmans! Anyone who can take the hits that Cutler takes game after game and still continue to make the plays is a winner in my book.
  • Get real. Jay Cutler is a far better quarterback than Rex Grossman will ever be.
  • Hmm...In his last 15 starts for the Bears, Cutler is 11-4. Seems pretty consistent to me. And Cutler has 1209 yards in five games this year. That comes out to 3,868 yards for the season. Pretty close to 4,000 and probably plenty for the Bears to win their division.
  • Where do they find some of these article writers? Makes me believe I should have been an astronaut.
  • Rex Grossman? Who? Oh you mean Lotto pick 3? Is that the midget that was impersonating a QB for the Bears a few years ago? He was an interception waiting to happen Cutler is to inconsistent for my liking but Grossman shouldnt have been allowed to be in uniform. He wa a fraud at Florida and a bigger one in the NFL.
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