Brandon Marshall Predicts Jay Cutler Will Be 2014 MVP But Now Agrees With “Buyer’s Remorse” Statement?
Original Article from July 30, 2014
That’s an incredibly bold prediction that Chicago Bears No. 1 wideout Brandon Marshall is claiming for his quarterback, Jay Cutler.
— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) July 30, 2014
This statement arrives reported by NFL Media’s Michael Irvin after talking with Marshall about what is in store for Cutler, via Wednesday’s edition of Inside Training Camp. Irvin reported that Marshall said that his starting quarterback will be this year’s league MVP.
Marshall further shared these comments regarding beloved quarterback, Cutler.
He’s the first one in the building, last one to leave now, his leadership is through the roof. He’s correcting the coaches. This is his offense. This is his organization, he’s running it, and I love it.
By now, you’re either laughing, or wondering what on earth Marshall puts in his morning tea. Is Marshall really talking about Cutler, who hasn’t played a full season since 2009, or passed for over 4,000 yards since 2008?
We’ll let Marshall have this one I guess, because if Cutler is expected to play this amazing in 2014, then Marshall obviously benefits. Perhaps another year under Marc Trestman will have Cutler improving, however earning the league’s MVP title is an incredible stretch.
Updated December 9, 2014
So, back in July, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall predicted that his quarterback, Jay Cutler would be the 2014 MVP of the NFL. Now, he’s agreeing with others saying he can see how the team has “buyer’s remorse” when it comes to Cutler? Where’s your loyalty, Marshall?
— theScore (@theScore) December 9, 2014
Updated Conclusion, December 9, 2014
At this point in the 2014 NFL season, the Bears only have five wins on the books, which is pretty lousy. However, Cutler ranks ninth among his fellow quarterbacks in passing yards and seventh in passing touchdowns, which really doesn’t make him look as bad as others would like to think Cutler is.
Marshall should really stand by his quarterback and realize it takes a whole team to win and lose, along with coaching decisions. While Marshall is throwing his quarterback under the bus, he aught to try looking at the Bears’ defense, who is letting opposing offenses get away with all kinds of unanswered points.