The Chicago Bears need to re-sign Jay Cutler

We all know that most fans of this sport don’t like Cutler because of his ‘attitude’.

The man is a winner, that’s all the man wants to do. This season this Chicago Bears team looked like winners all around. It wasn’t just their defense and a spark from their offense here and there, they had everything going.

Every wheel on this Chicago Bears bus were in motion and going up hill, but it slowly came to an abrupt stop. Now, this team has lost starting quarterback Jay Cutler for at least four weeks tops, but I expect him to come back before then.

Cutler was on pace to have a career season as he’s in the final year of his contract. Right now people are already doubting this team without Cutler and in a way I don’t blame them.

Stats don’t lie, they never have and never will. When the Chicago Bears don’t have Jay Cutler under center, they’re a complete wreck offensively.

Yeah McCown was able to step in last week against the Washington Redskins and almost walk away with a victory, but his next start will come against the Green Bay Packers.

Don’t get me wrong, I believe in McCown, but he’s no Jay Cutler. The arm strength isn’t even close and the fact that he’s been on the same page with Brandon Marshall ever since their rookie season with Denver, is amazing.

No matter what happens, this team needs to re-sign Cutler. Cutler started off so-so with all those interceptions but he’s slowly turned things around and is starting to become that clutch and reliable quarterback this team needs.

Injuries happen in this league, they happen to everybody. If you think you’re going to play this sport and not suffer an injury? You’re out of your mind.

I believe there has only been a handful of players who have been able to walk on that field as a starter and never once miss a game, but they’ve been injured.

Cutler has proven to be that quarterback who will run head on into defenders if he tucked the ball and decided to run with it. Look what he did to that Pittsburgh Steelers safety. He’s one of the toughest quarterbacks in this league, but has the attitude of a winner.

When you want to win bad, you become frustrated, everybody has that side to them.

It doesn’t matter what people think, the Chicago Bears need Jay Cutler in Chicago. Not only because he belongs with this organization, but is the quarterback this team is looking for.

And honestly, do you think this Chicago Bears organization wants the same thing that happened in Denver, to happen with them?

Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall are best friends. Marshall and the Broncos began their fall out after Cutler was moved to Chicago. These two guys have the potential to win a Super Bowl with and for this team.

This team finally has a franchise quarterback and a number one wide receiver who happen to know each other than they know themselves. Why would you want to ruin that and end up back on square one?

If Phil Emery was smart, he would keep Cutler on the roster for at least another four years.

Topics: Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears, Jay Cutler

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  • Deacon272

    This is the most absurd excuse for pro football insight as I’ve ever seen. Take this guy’s opinion with a grain of salt. Cutler has never had enough season-long health to advance any team throughout the playoffs to the Super Bowl. Game-to-game consistency is nil, and he has always seemed more concerned over his TV sideline image than anything remotely substantive that might contribute to a run for the Super Bowl ring.

    McCown, while enthusiastic, isn’t much of a substitute for Cutler, but he tries. At this point, my money says bring back Jordan Palmer, let him split time with McCown, and take the better of the two (my money says Palmer) start the rest of the year until Cutler can prove he’s 110% healthy. Period. NO MORE BS from Cutler.

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