LAKE FOREST, Ill. - Seven sacks. Four interceptions. Shoving one of his offensive linemen.
Jay Cutler's last game was one the Chicago quarterback probably would rather forget. With the Bears preparing for Sunday's home game against the St. Louis Rams, most of the players tried to ignore Cutler's shove of left tackle J'Marcus Webb and his critical postgame comments.
Most, but not all.
Defensive back D.J. Moore said "I think it's just wrong."
The Bears lost to Green Bay 23-10 on Thursday. Cutler appeared upset over a lack of pass blocking when he shoved Webb, who declined to comment as he left the practice field Monday. Cutler did not talk with reporters.
Cutler looked great in the season-opening blowout of the Colts, but the Packers befuddled him and the Bears never got going in Green Bay.
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