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Is this regret?

 

I am, admittedly, not an expert at "reading between the lines" when looking at what a person says.  But, we may have just seen the first twang of regret from old friend Jay. 

I don't mean to rehash the past, I know we have had too much of this subject over these last few months... so this isn't a "Jay Bash" post, I just thought the quote was interesting and that I would link to it and include the quote in the fanpost.  I would like to hear all of your opinions on what you think Jay actually meant when he said these things...

Here is the link: 

http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nfl/news/story?id=4580292

And here is the quote:

"A lot of people think I'm wishing the worst for the Broncos and Josh McDaniels. I don't," Cutler said. "I watched the game last night. I have friends on that team. I talked to some of them afterwards and congratulated them. They're playing really good football. I'm happy for those guys offensively, defensively.

"This league is funny. It's all about timing," he said. "You could be one of the best players in the league but if you're not in the right system, you don't have the right people around you, there're a lot of different aspects that go into making a player or breaking a player. It's working for Kyle. It's working for Josh, and it's working for the Broncos. They've got a good thing going."

It was cool of him to say what he did about the Broncos, and how he doesn't wish bad things on us... but that last paragraph, to me, seems like a slight dig at the Bears organization, and an admittance of possible regret on not being with this team any longer.  Thoughts?

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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