(WSCR) Even more so than the public beating the Bears took at Lambeau Field on Thursday night, media and fans alike have been discussing the actions of quarterback Jay Cutler.
Since the loss, Cutler’s play and attitude have been intensely scrutinized, with one former Super-Bowl-winning coach even saying he thinks the Bears should make a change at quarterback if Cutler doesn’t change his actions.
Still, one Bears expert said fans shouldn’t expect a public apology from the Bears signal caller.
“I don’t expect him to take some huge departure or do an about-face (from) his comments in Lambeau Field after that game,” Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune told The Mully and Hanley Show. “I think it’ll be pretty similar to what we heard. He might polish it up a bit so it’s not quite so rough around the edges, but I don’t expect some big, public apology to J’Marcus Webb or anything like that. I don’t think that’ll happen. Privately, that would be probably surprise me as well.”
LISTEN: Brad Biggs on The Mully and Hanley Show