Monday, January 24, 2011

Jay Cutler Morphs From Hero To Goat In Loss To The Green Bay Packers.....


With every end comes a new beginning. What the Chicago Bears did in the 2010 season was not only shock the football universe by surpassing all expectations reaching the NFC Championship Game and finishing the year with a record of 11-5. The Chicago Bears took a giant leap from where they were only one season ago. The season may have been filled with surprises and a little more luck than usual, but the sign of a good team is when opportunities are given to take advantage of them. All season long (myself included) most of this city was waiting for that moment when the Bears turned from the horse drawn carriage back into the pumpkin to puff out their chests and demand props for being right about this Bears team all along.

Yesterday was that day.

Like flies to a light droves of Bears "fans" came out of the weeds where they had been hiding all along and renounced their ire for their own franchise. The new target is simply the same old song. Point to Lovie Smith, Jerry Angelo and now the once heralded "savior" of the Bears franchise Jay Cutler. Turning Christ into Judas was extremely simple as Bears fans watched their "savior" sitting on the bench for most of the second half in the biggest game of his career. While the organization did not do Cutler any favors by releasing what the issue could be with Cutler's knee, the seconds ticked by as more and more Bears fans started to believe that Cutler was more wimp than warrior.

Talk about over-reaction Monday Morning Quarterbacking.


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