Jay Cutler caught chewing out teammate on TV
Jay Cutler had seven reasons to be upset with his offensive line Thursday night after getting sacked seven times by the Green Bay Packers. And a national television audience saw him take out his frustration on Chicago's left tackle, J'Marcus Webb.
TV cameras caught Cutler chest-bumping Webb after one sack and yelling at him to "get your (expletive) head into the game."
“I care about this,’’ Cutler told the Chicago Sun-Times. "This isn’t just a hobby for me. If we’re not doing things the right way, I’m going to say something. If they want a quarterback that doesn’t care then they better get someone else.’’
Cutler had this to add about his offensive line's shortcomings: “We can only do as much as they can handle . . . If they can only block three-step drops, we can only throw three-step passes. We’re limited to what they can do and as of now, they’ve been holding up really well."
Meantime, Cutler also has to endure a pointed jab from Green Bay safety Charles Woodson. The eight-time Pro Bowler decided to have the last laugh on Cutler, who had mockingly wish the Green Bay secondary "good luck" with covering the Bears' new, taller receivers.
Green Bay intercepted Cutler four times, which lead Woodson to tell ESPN that: "We understand that Jay is excited about his new weapons, but it's the same old Jay. We don't need luck. Jay will throw us the ball."