The public face of Jay Cutler is so uninteresting and boring that we’ve created a way to make him interesting and compelling. Jay Cutler is certainly not the Punky QB Jim McMahon; or even Captain Neckbeard Kyle Orton for that matter. At least personality wise.
He never says anything that makes good copy, and pretty much all interviews of him are a huge waste of time. I didn’t write about the “not on the same page” garbage from Monday because it’s such a NON-STORY.
I know it’s hard to come up with good storylines when watching shuttle runs all day in training camp, but I doooooooooon’t caaaaaaarrreee about that soundbite. If Cutler says the Bears are “not all on the same page” a couple days before the season kicks off then I would care.
Jay Cutler press conferences aren’t Lovie Smith or Bo Pelini level of uselessness, but they’re awfully close. And of course, some of that is calculated on his part. His handlers and the Chicago Bears Media Relations don’t want him to make headlines for