<
>

Will just enough be good enough?

CHICAGO -- Picking on Jay Cutler on the Monday after the Chicago Bears drummed the Detroit Lions 37-13 feels a little like jumping on D.J. Moore for jumping on Matthew Stafford.

It's a little inconsequential, except perhaps to Moore's wallet. As far as Cutler is concerned, as long as the Bears are winning and he isn't making critical mistakes, there is a tendency not to worry about him; to assume that as long as he has Matt Forte, a healthy Earl Bennett and his natural ability, he will be there to win games when necessary.

So why don't I feel entirely comfortable with that assumption?

Read the entire column.