The Packers just won Super Bowl 45, but it could have easily been the Chicago Bears.
The Packers beat the Bears in Soldier Field 21-14 in the NFC Championship game, which was the first playoff game between the two teams since 1941.
The game was back and forth and could have gone either way, and most definitely would have gone the Bears way if Jay Cutler had stayed in the game.
Or so we would like to think.
Truth is, Cutler wouldn't have been able to get it done, and he needs to go.
Here are 10 reasons why.
How did Jay Cutler lose to the Packers?
The Packers have no good players on their roster, and that is even more apparent when the few good players they did have went on IR before the NFC Championship game.
Granted, the Packers aren't an awful team, for they did win the Super Bowl Championship, but the Bears are a lot better and if Jay Cutler had played well, it wouldn't have even been a close game.
Cutler should be ashamed.
Walter Payton is one of the best running backs in the history of the NFL.
He was a nine-time Pro Bowl selection and won the MVP award in 1977.
He helped lead the Bears to a Super Bowl title in 1985.
He went to Jackson State University, where his older brother Eddie had played football earlier.
He had broken the NFL record for career rushing yards at the time of his retirement.
Bears fans won't forget Walter, for he was a very good player.
Matt Forte and Chester Taylor is the best running back duo in the NFL.
Mike Martz is wasting their undeniable talents with Cutler throwing the football. Forte and Taylor could combine for 3,000 yards rushing if it weren't for Martz's fetish for throwing interceptions.
If the Bears get rid of Cutler, we can hope that the next QB they bring in is bad enough that Martz will run the ball, and then the Bears will the best team in the league.
Jay Cutler's middle name is Christopher.
Now, Christopher is an excellent name, but why is that Cutler's middle name?
Why not Allen? Or Rob, or Bob, or Cobb?
What was he thinking? Or more accurately, what were his parents thinking?
Jay Cutler must have wanted the name Christopher as his middle name, and the easiest way to make that happen is to change his middle name to Christopher.
And guess what? He succeeded.
And the Bears lose another game they should have won.
Here's a list of my favorite movies (minimum of two curse words per scene).
2. The Departed
4. Night at the Museum
6. The Dark Knight
7. Just Go With It
9. The Dilemma
Never Say Never, The Last Song, and Peter Pan just missed the cut.
Jay Cutler is a quitter.
We all saw him. He was on the sideline standing up and walking around. Isn't that all a QB does? They stand in the pocket and throw a ball.
Last time I checked Cutler had a leg injury, not an arm injury.
There is no way Cutler couldn't have played in that game, and the fact that he sat out the second half is proof that he's a quitter.
The truth is he didn't want to get rocked by CJ Wilson and Justin Harrell, so he packed it in and sat on the bench where no one could hurt him.
Caleb Hanie had one of the best second halves in NFC Championship history. He should start for the Bears next year, not Jay Quitler.
Jay Cutler was seen on the sidelines listening to Justin Bieber during the NFC Championship game when he should have been watching the game.
How do you know he was listening to Bieber, you might ask?
He had earbuds in and was mouthing "let me tell you one time, girl I love, girl I love" over and over during the second half.
Instead of playing in the biggest game of his life, he was listening to the biggest 15-year-old star in our our lives.
Bieber Fever isn't going to bring Chicago a title.
Apparently, neither is Cutler.
Chicago has a long history of great players with the letter E in their last name.
Berrian and Lee are just two.
Cutler is following the likes of those two, and so far he is greatly not meeting expectations.
Lee's secret was hitting home runs. That secret got out, and then other players started to try and hit home runs. Soon this became a phenomenon around the league and everyone was hitting home runs.
If Cutler wants to be a great quarterback, he needs to hit home runs.
Get a bat, and get rid of your dreams.
Here's a picture of Ben Roethlisberger as he loses the Super Bowl to the Green Bay Packers. He's getting ready to throw another interception as the Packers win 31-25.
The Steelers have the most Super Bowl wins of any franchise in the NFL. They are clearly the best sports franchise in human history, and the Bears are going to have to play them in the Super Bowl if they ever want to win a title.
The Steelers aren't going to roll over; they will need to be beaten.
The Bears aren't going to do that with Jay Cutler.
Where's Kyle Orton when you need him?
Trent Dilfer is not a good QB. I couldn't even begin to describe how bad he is.
But he's better than Dan Marino. He's twice the QB Donovan McNabb will ever be.
But, most importantly, he's better than Jay Cutler.
The Bears do not deserve to have a QB that has proven to be worse than Trent Dilfer.
No disrespect to Dilfer obviously, he's a good analyst. But as a QB?
But he can hold his head up high. He's better than QB's people actually think are good, like Marino, McNabb, and Cutler.
The Bears deserve a new QB. Where's Rex Grossman nowadays?