Bears fans may not be the only ones ready to move on from Jay Cutler after the disastrous 36-10 loss Sunday in Tampa Bay.

According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, Cutler's own teammates reportedly have lost faith in him after he threw two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and lost a fumble while racking up just a 55.1 quarterback rating against the Buccaneers:

Cutler came back from injury to help lead the Bears to a 20-10 victory over the Vikings on Monday Night Football on Halloween, drawing all kinds of praise from his teammates and coaches on his leadership in that game.

Two weeks later, the tune has changed completely on the embattled quarterback, at least with a couple anonymous players inside the Bears locker room.

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There's been a lot of criticism of Cutler throughout his eight years in Chicago, but it's all been on his leadership or demeanor, not his preparation or work ethic.

However, that may be changing now. Coming out of the Bye Week, Freeman hears Cutler was woefully unprepared:

Cutler's contract extends through the 2020 season, but the Bears can cut him after 2016 and suffer only a $2 million cap hit.

On the other side of the coin, Chicago Sun-Times Bears writer Adam Jahns weighed in: