Do a Google search for "Jay Cutler" and "puss" and you'll get 1,640,000 matches.
Do a Google search for "Jay Cutler" and "sucks" and you'll get 472,000 hits.
Do a Google search for "hate Jay Cutler" and you'll get 1,240,000 matches.
It's beyond me why people loathe the Bears starting quarterback so much. OK, I understand why people in Denver hate him. He demanded the Broncos trade him. Fans don't like that. I get it.
However, there are plenty of idiots out there talking about what a "pussy" Cutler supposedly is.
If you watched the Bears get humilated on national television Monday night, you know Cutler takes a pop in the mouth pretty much every time he drops back to pass. I'm surprised he still gets up. Hell, I'm surprised he doesn't just retire instead of playing behind the sad-sack offensive line the Bears are trotting out there on a weekly basis. A weaker man probably would.
The Bears offensive tackles -- J'Marcus Webb and Frank Omiyale -- ought to be ashamed of their performance Monday night. They aren't fit to play in the Arena League. Nine false stars, including six in the first half and three on one drive? What the hell is that? What a disgrace.
You want to know who on the Bears' roster is actually soft? Their wide receivers. Not one of these guys can get off a jam. None of them have the stones to fight for a ball in traffic. They hear footsteps. They get the dropsies. Their route running is awful. Receivers coach Darryl Drake wants fans to "show them love." He can forget it.
How come the Cheeseheads up north don't mock the Bears wide receivers? Or the offensive line? Those two position groups deserve every ounce of criticism that is thrown their way. They suck. They are soft. They are perhaps the worst in the entire NFL.
Cutler completed 28 of 38 passes for 249 yards in the face of an intense pass rush in Monday's 24-13 loss to the Detroit Lions. I thought he played with a lot of guts.
However, I don't expect anyone besides me to give him any credit for it. The quarterback continues to not be the problem here, folks. It's the offensive line. It's the receivers.
Running back Matt Forte is the Bears' best offensive player. Cutler is second. Nobody else out there seems to have a damn clue.