Martellus Bennett spent three seasons in Chicago where he hauled in 203 passes for 2,114 yards and 14 touchdowns. Impressive, for sure, though the Bears thought they were better without Bennett, and they traded him to New England in March.

In the most predictable turn of events ever, Bennett is white hot through five games with the Patriots. He has 21 receptions for 314 yards -- that's good for a career best 15.0 yards per reception -- and four touchdowns. And with Tom Brady's triumphant return, Bennett's numbers will only get better.

But the tight end hasn't forgotten his time in Chicago and, well, let's just say he doesn't have fond memories, specifically when it comes to Jay Cutler, team leader.

"Some people that you want to be a leader are not the guy that's the leader," Bennett said in an ESPN E:60 profile that also features his brother, Michael. "And everyone in the locker room knows that this is not the leader, but this is what you want the face of the team to look like."

Bennett didn't just call out the Bears' quarterback.

"We just had a bunch of b--es on the roster -- that's why we didn't win games -- and coaches liked the b--es," Bennett said.

The Bears were 19-29 during Bennett's time there. He's won four games in five weeks with the Patriots.

In the months after the 2015 season, the Bears shipped wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Jets. And after Marshall didn't include Cutler as one of his favorite teammates, Cutler said, "No one really likes their ex-girlfriend just after a breakup."

Interestingly, Bennett made similar remarks this summer, saying, "I appreciate Jay Cutler ... You know I don't like to talk about the ex-girlfriend too much."

Clearly, Bennett reconsidered because he didn't hold back with E:60, where he also weighed in on former teammate Jason Witten and former coach Jason Garrett, while his brother spoke frankly about commissioner Roger Goodell.