At least one Chicago Bears player is not defending quarterback Jay Cutler for his treatment of offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb during last Thursday's loss to the Green Bay Packers. Cutler was sacked seven times during the game and he lit into Webb after one of the Bears' offensive possessions. Cutler was seen on the sideline screaming at Webb and bumping into him, according to ESPN Chicago. Cornerback D.J. Moore told the Chicago Tribune, "It's unfair to be like that toward J'Marcus. I don't talk to Jay, but he knows. ... You just can't do that. It's like bad-mouthing someone in the media. It's just weird." He also told ESPN Chicago that Cutler's behavior was "wrong." The Bears are making changes to the offensive line. So far, left guard Chris Spencer is being benched and Chilo Rachal will start in his place, according to the Tribune. Webb will keep his job for now. Cutler has defended his actions, saying he just cares about winning.
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