It was there ladies and gentleman. There were the Bears at the two-minute warning, driving with a chance to win the game. Then, Cutler goes Cutler on everyone by throwing an interception. And this was after Robbie Gould missed two extra points for the Giants. It was almost as if he was trying to re-pay the favor for just one game.
This miserable season can’t end soon enough. Six games to go. It’s time for the Bears to start Matt Barkley. Sure, he probably sucks too, but the Bears need to see if they have someone other than Connor Shaw who can be on the roster next year. I don’t hate Cutler, but we all know enough is enough. This has been stale for quite some time.
And if someone can tell me why Ryan Pace hasn’t came out of hiding yet to have some type of press conference to address these issues, feel free to let me know. It’s almost as if he is scared to do this for fear of being criticized (and rightfully so).