Found September 27, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
PLAYERS: Jay CutlerJohn Elway
TEAMS: Chicago Bears

thCASZEPCP Why Bears Jay Cutler will never be a leaderOk, perhaps I am rushing to judgment being that it is only Week 3 in the 2012 NFL season, but the Chicago Bears being manhandled by a division rival in the manner they were on two Thursday night’s beckons the immediate call for questioning at the helm of their offense.

Jay Cutler’s performance was abysmal and truly there is no one else to blame except the signal caller himself. The once prodigy of Vanderbilt and thought to be heir apparent to John Elway in Denver seems to have riled up the Chi-town faithful in a way that Roseanne Barr captivated the San Diego crowd by defacing the national anthem once upon a time…

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