Cutler gets no respect from opponents.
Finnegan: 'Typical' Cutler could be hindering Bears' offense
Bush, Cutler on Bears' performance vs. RamsMichael Bush discusses how he feels his performance was as well as his team's against the Rams. Jay Cutler comments on Bush's playing as well. - 9/23
Last week it was Packers Pro Bowl cornerback Charles Woodson who bashed Bears quarterback Jay Cutler when he said Cutler was the “same old Jay” after Green Bay’s win over Chicago. This week another former Pro Bowler took a jab of his own.
When asked what he saw from Cutler after the Bears 23-6 win over the Rams on Sunday, St. Louis cornerback Cortland Finnegan was blunt:
“Not much. I think he had a 190 yards passing, but no touchdowns. Typical him.”
Finnegan, who had a first-quarter interception, suggested that Cutler may actually be hindering the Bears’ offense.
"I think they stuck to the run today [because] they didn't feel like [Jay] Cutler was going to get it done,” Finnegan said.
Cutler was 17-for-31 with 183 yards and an interception, which clearly didn’t impress Finnegan.
“I think they had 80 yards passing in the second half,” Finnegan said. “Sometimes you got to bend, but not break. If we can keep them to field goals, we’ve done our job.”