(WSCR) Since the Bears fells 23-10 to Packers on Thursday night, much has been said about Jay Cutler’s on-the-field antics.
Cutler was seen yelling at his offensive line, screaming at the referees and even appeared to bump right tackle J’Marcus Webb as frustrating began to grow with the offense’s play.
One former quarterback and Super Bowl champion wasn’t too pleased with Cutler’s demeanor.
“ I think he’s a great talent,” Terry Bradshaw told The McNeil and Spiegel Show. “I do not like, I’m telling you I’ll go right on the record – I do not like calling out my linemen and bumping them and screaming and hollering because you’ve got all these cameras watching.
LISTEN: Terry Bradshaw on The McNeil and Spiegel Show
“Tell everyone, say I stunk, I stunk the joint up and it wasn’t my night. You know, apologize to the Bears fans and that quells it a little bit but don’t have to apologize during the week for the media who is going to be all over this when you could have snipped it, you could have cut it right there and now it’s going to just snowball and you don’t need that as a player and you sure don’t need that as a team.
“This is a guy I’ve never met and I’ve heard so many things negatively about Jay. His body language for a person that’s never met him suggests he’s not a person I really want to meet, but that’s kind of a silly thing. I’d really like to sit down with him and I’d have a better understanding of what makes him tick. I think just by talking to him but … I just sometimes, I don’t understand.”