Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is reportedly making the team management uneasy with their decision to give him a big contract extension.
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The Chicago Bears are having a frustrating season as they hold a 5-8 record, and wide receiver Brandon Marshall has been ruled out for the season with a collapsed lung to add to the team’s frustration.
Quarterback Jay Cutler has not been able to live up to the hefty contract extension that he received in the offseason, which is worth $126 million over seven years with $54 million guaranteed.
The Bears ownership is reportedly already regretting their decision to commit that much money to their quarterback, and they are wondering whether he can lead them to a Super Bowl.
Cutler has only won one playoff game in his career, and the Bears will likely miss the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. This gives the Bears front office and fans plenty of reason to believe Cutler is not the answer in Chicago.
Here is a tweet from NFL Network national reporter Ian Rapoport revealing this information about the Bears.
As for Jay Cutler, there is serious buyer’s remorse. Inside the organization, there is doubt Cutler can lead them to where they want to go
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 7, 2014