6 most 'Jay Cutler' moments in his Chicago Bears career
Jay Cutler had many highlights and low-lights during his time with the Bears. Some of his best moments were when he displayed his "most Cutler-esque" moments. Here are six of the best “6” moments.
Oct. 16, 2011: “Tell Martz I say f*** him”
Late in the first half of a game against the Vikings, a frustrated Cutler walked to the line after breaking the huddle. As he did, he looked towards the sideline and yelled what sounded like “Tell Martz I say f*** him.” Clearly another sign of the tension between Cutler and his offensive coordinator at the time, Mike Martz.
May 3, 2012: Flipping off the paparazzi
Cutler and his then fiancee Kristin Cavallari were spotted walking their dog early in May of 2012 by some paparazzi. When they began taking pictures, Cutler let them know how he felt about it by flipping them the bird.
Sept. 13, 2012: J'Marcus Webb shove
Cutler was having a tough first half against the Green Bay Packers. He was 4-9 for only 37 yards and had been sacked three times. Heading to the sideline late in the second quarter, Cutler was caught on camera yelling and shoving left tackle J’Marcus Webb.
Oct. 1, 2012: Tice walk away
Another case of Jay Cutler not getting along with his offensive coordinator, this time Mike Tice. In a Monday Night Football matchup against the Cowboys, Cutler was caught on camera getting up off the bench and walking away from Tice, just as Tice had sat down to discuss the previous series with him.
July 23, 2014: Shows up to training camp in conversion van
Cutler showed up to Bears training camp in 2014 with some new wheels. Unlike many of his teammates who rolled up in sports cars, Jay arrived in a van. A conversion van to be more specific. Jay wanted to make sure people knew it was a conversion van and not a mini van.
Dec. 15, 2014: Press conference mixup
After getting beat up by the New Orleans Saints and losing 31-15, Cutler stepped to the podium to take questions from reporters. The problem was only one reporter was there asking questions. Cutler had come to the podium earlier than normal, so the vast majority of reporters were still interviewing players in the locker room. Cutler took three questions from ESPN reporter Mike Sando, after which he was told the rest of the reporters were on their way. Cutler asked if they were going to wait for the rest of the reporters, but instead of receiving an answer, the room was asked if anyone had any other questions. When Sando said "I'm good," Cutler left.