Fans Should Blame Themselves For Chicago Bears Loss to Lions

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Nov 10, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) is knocked down to the ground against the Detroit Lions during the second half at Soldier Field. Detroit defeats Chicago 21-19. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

January 24, 2011 The Chicago Bears are losing to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game and in comes Caleb Hanie.  Twitter and Social Media spun out of control.  Jay is soft, Jay quit on his team, If Jay can sit on the bench why isn’t he playing, Jay doesn’t look like he’s even helping Hanie.

Here is just one Youtube fan rant in case you forgot the hate. 

Remember those comments? I sure do! I was probably firing off just as many as the next guy because we are all fans and deep down we all knew Hanie wouldn’t get the job done.  In the end Cutler had a MCL sprain and probably wouldn’t have given the Bears their best chance to win the game by staying on the field.

This is 2013 and anyone can look and see what the pulse of the fanbase is by reading, blogs, social media, main stream media etc and the one thing most Chicago Bears fans know the media will be say about Jay is that he’s soft physically and mentally which causes turnovers.  Even though most true Bears fans know how tough he’s been taking a licking behind some terrible offensive  lines since he’s arrived in Chicago. 

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  • Herman Moore

    This has to be the silliest thing I’ve read in a long time. You really think the team bases game strategy on what the fans think??? Face it: the Lions are a better football team, Cutler or no Cutler.

  • Sagnasty

    This is so true….I don’t recall all the armchair experts last week say anything when the said Cutler was gonna play vs Lions…..everyone was fine then…..but now…coaching staff gets failing grades…Jay was selfish…Cost his team….blah blah…..excuses…..fact is Bears got pushed around on both sides of the ball….the game was only close because because of dumb Lions penalties !

  • Karen Silas

    Can it get any worse for some of these writers? When all else fails, blame the fans? What an idiot writer. I’ve been a number one fan of degrading Cutler and never thought he should’ve played against a detroit team or any team for that matter. Cutler holds a close race with Michael Vick in the injury prone dept. and is one of footballs interception Kings. At first we gave him excuses for his inabilities, 1st he didn’t have protection from his offense. Which they seem to protect McCown just fine. Then it wasn’t his fault because the coaches and people in charge didn’t pick the right receivers for him. No more kissing this guys ass!! How about telling the truth. Cutler is injury prone. He isn’t going to play any better but score 1 for Cutler, he has and continues to get worse 0 for fans. In order to save the season from another “Cutler came close again season” Keep Cutler On The Bench!! Lie about injuries, anything. We need the confidently, well poised, decision maker on the field and that man is Josh McCown. Not a fare weather fan, just an honest fan,