Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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Jay Cutler walked away from Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice on the sidelines during “Monday Night Football.”


Cutler behavior on the football field has been in question for years, and this is no exception. In this case, it seems like Tice wanted to go over something but Cutler just blew him off.


We don’t consider Tice a good offensive coordinator, but that’s unprofessional behavior from Cutler. He was questioned by a teammate for the way he approached one of his offensive linemen during the team’s Week 2 loss to the Packers. He also notably feuded with his former offensive coordinator, Mike Martz, and expressed little regret for cussing at the coach.


Cutler needs to shape up, but I highly doubt he will change. This is just the way he is.


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5 Comments:
  • WHO CARES IF HE WALKED AWAY!!! THEY WILL BOTH MOVE ON AS SHOULD THE REST OF US.
  • He is very cocky! and will nver change. When they play good, like last night, his attitude gets worse, He is great and no one can tell him anything, He does have a good arm and can scramble out of trouble, but the attititude of being Mr. Great has to go. I am a big Bear Fan, but this is not bear manners!
  • cutler need's to stop blaming other's and just admit that he's just not that good of a quarterback,he does not have it in him to bea natural born leader,he's more of a cry baby,average quaterback at his best no where near the top echelon....
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