(Chicago Tribune) – Apparently, Jay Cutler really doesn’t listen to the radio or read the newspaper — or else he would have known without asking.
“What bad habits are we referring to?” Cutler answered Thursday at Halas Hall when asked the chances of improving them.
An audience of sports-talk callers could have recited the familiar list quicker than the assembled media did: heaving passes off his back foot, dropping the ball level, locking in on receivers, throwing into double coverage. Time and space considerations prevent publishing the entire list.
“Yeah, I mean, I think whenever I play well and win football games, (good) things happen,” Cutler conceded. “So everybody can change.”