Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler Swearing at the Bears Sideline Sunday Night (Video)

Chris MurphyAnalyst IOctober 17, 2011

CHICAGO, IL - OCTOBER 16: Jay Cutler #6 of the Chicago Bears during play against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field on October 16, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Tasos Katopodis /Getty Images)
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It was one of those moments you say to yourself, "Did anyone else just hear that?" and call every single one of your friends and pray they can rewind their televisions.

On the final Chicago Bears drive of the first half in Sunday night's game against the Minnesota Vikings, it would appear Jay Cutler has some strong words for someone on the Bears sideline.

After Devin Hester dropped a pass on the previous play, the camera catches Cutler clearly not happy when receiving the next play call. After the huddle breaks, Cutler seems to have a few words to someone on the Bears sideline.

It would appear he is saying, "Tell him I said '(Bleep) him.'" Is the "him" offensive coordinator Mike Martz? It even sounds like he may be saying, "Tell Martz I said, '(Bleep) him.'"

Chicago sports reporters, I'm looking at you to do your job, notice something like this and find out.

The next play was a draw to Matt Forte that was stuffed for a loss. Robbie Gould would eventually kick a 51-yard field goal to put the Bears up 26-3 at half.

The Bears were pretty in sync Sunday night, so it will be interesting to find out exactly what the fuss was all about.

It would seem as though Cutler wanted to go for the touchdown before the half, but with the Bears up 23-3, Martz wanted to play it safe.

Regardless, swearing at the sideline before a play is probably not the smartest thing to do when the defense can hear you.

If the defense is smart, and seeing as Forte lost a yard on the next play, it would seem they were, they'd know a quarterback swearing at the sideline before a play most likely means he isn't throwing. 

Then again, with how many times he's been hit since coming to Chicago, Cutler more than anyone deserves to be swearing at someone.

He's saying what every Bears fan says when GM Jerry Angelo is shown on the television screen.