Report: Bears players not completely behind QB Jay Cutler
Not everyone in the Bears locker room agreed with coach Marc Trestman's decision to start Jay Cutler against Cleveland on Sunday.
The team supported coach Marc Trestman's decision publicly, but behind closed doors that wasn't the case. A Bears player told ESPN that Cutler threw multiple interceptions in practice leading up to Sunday's game and that the defense grew increasingly frustrated with each pick. The Bears player also mentioned that Josh McCown had not thrown a practice pick in weeks.
If Cutler doesn't play well against Cleveland, several defensive players are expected to say something to Trestman this week if he decides to stick with Cutler. According to the report, Cutler is aware of the division in the locker room, which could make things awkward for the team if he struggles against Cleveland.
Through one half against the Browns, Cutler has't looked horrible though. The Bears quarterback made one glaring mistake in the second quarter when he threw an interception that Browns defensive back Tashaun Gipson returned for a touchdown. Cutler also threw a pick in the first quarter, but it was on a tipped pass and the interception didn't look to be his fault.
Besides the two interceptions, Cutler also threw for 168 yards and a touchdown in the first half against Cleveland.
The 49ers QB has been heavily criticized but some military members have his back
CBS Sports NFL studio analyst Boomer Esiason has some thoughts on Colin Kaepernick
Excepting a big Buffalo season, a once-proud dynastic football family is about to fade awa...
Manning has no plans to return to the NFL, even with the Vikings' sudden need at quarterba...
All four quarterbacks might make the final roster after all
The Vikings lost their quarterback on Tuesday, and perhaps any hopes of playing in the pos...