Jay Cutler's demeanor has certainly garnered plenty of attention this NFL season.
Following Cutler's incident last Monday Night where he walked away from offensive coordinator Mike Tice mid-conversation, NFL on FOX analyst and former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw became the latest to take aim at the Bears quarterback, according to Nina Falcone of CSN Chicago:
Speaking prior to the Bears-Jaguars game on Fox NFL Sunday, Bradshaw let Cutler know that he does not like his attitude, and he does not like him:
"I know I would never act like that. I would show respect to the head coach and offensive coordinator. I would never do, Jay, what you did to Mike Tice ... I would learn how to be a little bit nicer ... I like everybody. I'd like to like you, but right now I don't like you. Grow up, young man."
Cutler has led the Chicago Bears to first place in the NFC North with a 4-1 record, but it is his behavior, not his accomplishments, which have been the talking points on Cutler thus far this season.