Tough questions still plague Cutler

January, 27, 2011
For Jay Cutler, the Packers and Steelers probably can't get to Dallas quickly enough. He surely can't wait for the Super Bowl XLV teams to start talking and get him off the stage ASAP.

Until then, the Bears quarterback remains Topic A in football circles. At least the discussion has moved from whether Cutler should have continued playing during the NFC Championship Game, with what we know now is a sprained MCL in his left knee, to whether it's OK for professional football players to publicly criticize members of their own fraternity.

There has never been a situation quite like this: The whole world, including most every professional football player with a Twitter account, reacting in live time to a quarterback suffering an injury.

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Michael Wilbon is a featured columnist for and He is the longtime co-host of "Pardon the Interruption" on ESPN and appears on the "NBA Sunday Countdown" pregame show on ABC, in addition to ESPN. You can follow him on Twitter: @RealMikeWilbon



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