It's no secret that Jay Cutler isn't the most likable quarterback in the NFL.
From opposing players tweeting about his lack of toughness in the NFC Championship to his incidents with former offensive line members and offensive coordinator Mike Martz.
But in 2013, Chicago saw a different side of Cutler. A more mature Cutler. His 89.2 quarterback rating was a career-high.
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Although Cutler seemed to carry himself in a different way, questions about his likability still remain.
When you look at the four quarterbacks remaining in the postseason, all but the edgy Colin Kaepernick are media darlings.
CSN's Tom Cooper and Ryan McGuffey debated if being a likable quarterback matters to fans.
"I think likability does play a factor in a quarterback," McGuffey said. "I think I would like Jay cutler's mistakes more if I liked him more off the field."
While, Cooper disagrees and thinks that winning is the only thing that matters.
Let us know if you think being likable matters when it comes to a quarterback and catch the full edition of The Rundown above.