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Old 01-24-2011, 10:43 AM   #11
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well sure we don't know the extent of the injury.

doesn't change my opinion, I hate cutler so I'm gonna believe what I want to for now
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:46 AM   #12
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i don't agree with players immediately "calling him out" either until you have all the facts in hand.I did notice one thing during the 1st half. I said to myself on numerous occasions "i'm GLAD he's not our QB...". He was missing receivers, bad throws and just isn't the type of general and leader we are lucky to have here. This was before the injury.
Coach Cutler made a great decision pulling himself out for the 3rd stringer

I'm just kidding, I agree with you 100 percent innocent until proven guilty.. or have we forgot that as a society? I feel bad for Cutler and how he is feeling about this this morning
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:47 AM   #13
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He has a torn MCL.

Still a wuss, albeit a justifiable wuss.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:48 AM   #14
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well sure we don't know the extent of the injury.

doesn't change my opinion, I hate cutler so I'm gonna believe what I want to for now


And that is fine. I have no problem with that kinda take. In fact, I think personality speaking Cutler is a weenie. But that in no way should relate to his toughness. Remember, unlike most other players, like Rivers in 2008 when he did play through that slightly torn ACL, he got a shot of Cortisone in his knee. Do you guys even know what cortisone is ? What it can do to a knee Injury ? It can totally make ALL pain disappear. So why Dog out Cutler who cannot take Cortisone like Rivers can. Or like 99 % of the league can ? Remember, Cutler is a diabetic. And cortisone WILL Kill him! So I think people need to cut him some slack.
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Old 01-24-2011, 12:37 PM   #15
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I don't know what the extent of his injury is or if there WAS an injury or if the Bears are making up an injury or any of that stuff.

What I DO know is what I saw during that game and what I saw was a guy who seemed as if he could think of five or six other things he'd rather be doing than playing football in a cold stadium.
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:28 PM   #16
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MCL tear... Or so they say.
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MCL sprain, not a tear.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d..._headlines2col

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A sprain is a tear, albeit somehow more manageable, or not a clean break or some such distinction. This all came up with the Steelers not too long ago.

People need to ease up on the testosterone. If we're saying Cutler's not that great a QB, or overrated or such like, fine. But if we're demanding that another human being end their career for our short-term amusement, then we're all douchebags, plain and simple.
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A sprain is a tear, albeit somehow more manageable, or not a clean break or some such distinction. This all came up with the Steelers not too long ago.

People need to ease up on the testosterone. If we're saying Cutler's not that great a QB, or overrated or such like, fine. But if we're demanding that another human being end their career for our short-term amusement, then we're all douchebags, plain and simple.
stretch and/or tear... I haven't read anything where it's saying it was torn. Maybe I'm just missing the implicit meaning of sprain as being a definite tear. I wonder if they're trying to minimize the injury for some juicier reporting...

I think the thing with Cutler was his aloof demeanor on the sidelines. Instead of pouting on the sidelines, do whatever you can to help your team win. He seemed like a little kid that was just grounded.
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Apparently a lot of players were calling him soft because he didn't take any pain shots, and just sat there, but he has diabetes and the shots would have possibly ended in death.
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