Tom Jackson Criticizes Jay Cutler For Not Saying Hello To Stadium Employees

(WSCR) In his last 15 games as a Bears starter, quarterback Jay Cutler is 13-2.

But don’t tell former NFLer and current ESPN analyst Tom Jackson that.

Before Cutler and the Bears dismantled the Vikings on Sunday, earning sole possession of first place in NFC North, ESPN cameras caught a seemingly-focused Cutler walking through the tunnels of Soldier Field. As Cutler walked, he kept his head down and didn’t speak to any of the various stadium employees around him.

Jackson apparently had a problem with that.

“Before I pass this on, I just see it,” Jackson explained. “Jay Cutler walks in – he’s passing by people he’s sees every single week outside that locker room door, and he does not say a word to them. It doesn’t mean anything, but it’s just something. There’s just something there.”

Check out the video here.

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