The worst part (to me) about Cutler not finishing the game - regardless of injury - is that: it just adds to the perception that he quits when things aren't going his way. He tapped out in Denver and got himself expelled (by not answering the phone when Pat Bowlen HIMSELF was calling). I don't care if you absolutely DETEST your HC; you still answer your owner and communicate your concerns and figure out whats best for yourself and the franchise moving forwards.
McD was gracious to send him to CHI - right where he wanted to go (just like sending Scheff back to Michigan, and Marshall to Miami) when he was clearly refusing to talk to anyone and hated that he was getting mentioned in trade ideas.
If there isn't a huge aura of insecurity surrounding Cutler (regardless of whether its true) than paint me stupid.
Chicago could be in a worse situation than just dealing with Cutler's insecurity (which could explain why he tries to force throws all the time and make great plays), because the guy is very talented and offers a much more ideal QB situation than quite a few other teams in the league. The day he can get over himself and the fact that sometimes things just don't go your way will be the day that Chicago finally cashes in on their end of the trade and reaps exponential benefits from it.