Yes, I know that he didnt have a great game at all. Yes, I know that he didnt get to finish the game due to a knee injury. Yes, I know that he coulda/shoulda played better. But after all this, I still believe in him.
Its hard to watch someone that you admire struggle and not even finish the biggest game of his career, but ask yourself this "if Orton or Grossman was still our QB, would we even be here???" I dont believe we would have even had a winning season if either one was our QB, and its still only Cutler's second season here, as well as another year in a new offense. Green Bay had two aces up their sleves, experiance and familiarity both with each other and in their system. Cutler and company, not so much. If Cutler and company made it this far this season in their first year under Martz, just imagine how far they could go with an improved line and a whole season under their belt. 2005 all over again minus the trip to the NFC Championship. It already appears that Jerry Angelo and Lovie Smith are preparring to over-haul the O-Line so Cutler doenst get hurt again. As for the injury, he wasnt cleared to play by the staff so it aint even his fault.
A knee injury to a QB is perhaps the worst scenario any offense could ever imagine. All this talk bout him being soft is 1) from players that could only have dreamed of playing in the conference game if not the playoffs period and 2) from our usuall Bear hating biased reporter from ESPN Trent Dilfer, who just needs to shut up. I mean, whoever around here actually cares about his opinion would be a miracle to find around here. He even tried to play with his injury, but if anyone payed attention he clearly couldnt finish his throws.
Anyways Jay Cutler proved that he definately knows how to win and take his team to the post-season. He deserves nothing but our full respect/support from us. He went through so much, and it takes time to get a team into the Super Bowl with a new system. Jay Cutler, you are still #1 in my books, as well as a good number of us. So guys, lets just move on from today's dissapointment and look into the future. BEAR DOWN CHICAGO BEARS, AND JAY CUTLER.