Discussion in 'NFL Gameday' started by ollysj, Jan 16, 2011.
he didnt even fight to get in the game. he gave up. he walked around without crutches....
congrats packers and olly :icon_smile:
When I tore my ACLU and meniscus. I counsel not put any weight on it within 10 min of getting cold
In case you haven't heard, (which you probably have) it was Lovie Smith's decision. So Cutler did not quit at all. If you can't move around, you have no business on the football field in the first place. Cutler didn't even look good on that first possesion of the 3rd quarter anyway. So as far as i'm concerned, all the Cutler critics can suck it.
He didn't look good from the 1st snap..., Hanie was a blessing for the Bears....
To wrap up this whole Cutler thing, at least on MY end, I think Super Bowl champion QB Trent Dilfer said it best on ESPN...
"I have no DOUBT he was hurt, I've had 2 MCL sprains, I KNOW the pain he's going through, but HERE'S the difference...great players THRIVE when things are tough. Great players fight, claw, scratch, do ANYTHING THEY CAN to be in the game, to be competing, it brings out the BEST in them. You can shoot it up, you can take Vicodin, you can tape it up, put a brace on, go out there and FIGHT. Make them physically PULL you off the field. That's what I want to see, that's what YOU want to see, that's what the FAN BASE wants to see in Chicago. THAT'S the passion that Chicago stands for that he isn't showing. I think THAT'S the issue here at the end of the day."
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