Check out what Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had to say after wrapping up the last day in Bourbonnais…
Still no balance for Cutler, Bears offense
Throughout this offseason and into training camp, Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman has discussed his desire to build an offensive system that can help quarterback Jay Cutler succeed. Cutler, a Pro Bowl signal caller in 2008 with the Broncos, has yet to play to his potential since coming to the Windy City. In fact, Jerry Angelo, Lovie Smith and a host of other coaches and players lost their jobs as a result of Cutler's inconsistency on the pitch. There have been countless excuses offered for Cutler's mediocre play in Chicago. First it was a porous offensive, then it was a lack of capable receivers, then it was the offensive coordinator, then it was the run game, and finally, in 2012, it was Kellen Davis. As a result, GM Phil Emery has made nearly every single personnel decision the past two seasons with Cutler in mind. He brought in a new offensive-minded head coach, changed up the entire offensive staff, traded for one of the best receivers in the game, drafted a second-round...
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