Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! It is taken out of context if it isn't accompanied by follow-up quotes asking exactly which one of the situations you mentioned it fell under. If the reporters thought it was a serious comment, they would have asked for clarification. Maybe they did ask, but it answers didn't make the Score's soundbite, I don't know. I don't listen to the Score, so I can't comment on what they discussed. But perusing the Tribune and Sun Times stories, along with what I've seen on other websites, there's not really conversation about it. There might be a few articles which mention/i] the comment, but no headlines. IF that was said in a serious tone, there would have been half a dozen follow-up questions asking for clarification. That would be a gigantic story. Radio blowhards who each have about 20 hours worth of Bears talk to fill each week may have talked about it, but it wasn't news. That quote, along with the implications, absoultely would be a huge news story. And like I said, if Trestman thought for a second that Jay was fucking up audibles and costing the team, he would let that leak from other sources, address it publically and drive Jay out of town. He hasn't done any of that. Regardless of the true meaning, it's a gigantic jump from "Jay has some leeway with audibles which McCown doesn't" and "Jay is ignoring Trestman and calling horrible plays at the start of each game."