- Jon Greenberg, Columnist, ESPNChicago.com
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LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Wearing a T-shirt that read "God is Awesome," Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was preaching from the pulpit Wednesday. His sermon was clear: Jay Cutler is no false idol.
"What people need to understand is everyone's different," Marshall said Tuesday during his entertaining media session at Halas Hall. "Jay is who he is. Whenever you get outside of yourself, I think that's when you create problems. You have to be who you are. So when Jay is not fiery, that's when I'm gonna have a problem. I'm gonna want to play with a different quarterback."
Cutler's always-teetering reputation as a petulant, underachieving whiner was reinforced on Thursday in a 23-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers when he threw four interceptions and bumped his underachieving left tackle J'Marcus Webb while screaming at him on the sidelines.
A vengeful Cutler is a familiar Cutler, but not always a successful one.