Another day, another jerkoff defending Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
This time it’s Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz.
Martz is here to remind us Cutler is tough and tell us he’s going to be an elite quarterback. You know, the same Jay Cutler that decided not to play the second half of the NFC Championship game after his vagina knee got hurt.
“I don’t know why people want to dog pile this guy,” Martz said of Cutler. “I don’t get it. He’s a tough guy. He wants to do everything right.”
“We’re all going to have to learn to let it go. He’s a young player learning how to play. And he had never been in that environment before in his career, and he’ll deal with it right next time.”
Seems to me Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was in the same position and handled things just fine.
That doesn’t matter, though. In Chicago they know if they keep repeating the same refrain over and over, eventually everyone will believe it.
“He’s going to be in the very elite of this league,” Martz said. “He’s on his way. He’ll be fine.”
Jay Cutler is going to be very elite, folks.
Learn it. Know it. Love it.