Cutler doesn't regret hit: 'Sorry, I'm not sorry'

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  1. The Benjamin

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    I will take words from his mouth over qoutes picked out.

    Though Bennett is such a character that he is willing to play both sides.
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    In fairness, he also says in that interview that players can't play "worrying about getting hurt" and he goes on to mention Cutler scrambling or a WR catching a pass over the middle. He did say the players got on Jay after the play in the next huddle. But every man there knows that they ALL need to make plays and there are risks you have to take.

    Jay Cutler probably won't make that play again all year long. He's a smart guy and he doesn't want to risk injury needlessly. I think everyone is making this into a bigger deal than is necessary.

    It's over. It probably won't happen again. I wouldn't lose any sleep over it anyway. Jay won't.
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    M. Bennett >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Earl Bennett
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    As long as they both score TD's I don't care who is better. They are BOTH good and it's a joy to be having this conversation after all those years without ANY credible players to catch the ball.
    ;)
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    Yes, congratulations to Earl Bennett for finally making a good catch. No, they are not BOTH good. Earl caught an amazing catch against the Steelers, I'll give him that. Otherwise, he's not worthy of being a #3 WR. Again, good hands does not equal good wide receiver.
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    My point was that there are now more WR's/TE's to spread the ball around. Sorry if you didn't understand that. Earl has had some health issues but i still think he is a good WR. I'm not living in the past. It's 3 games in and I see them ALL contributing in the future barring injury to any of them.
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    I feel like this is the first time in forever, that the Bears have high-quality depth at WR. It wasn't that long ago that we didn't even have 1 decent WR who could consistently catch a football, or run a route well. Just tiny guys with stone hands. Now we have a bunch of BIG guys who run good routes, and are fast & can catch the ball.
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