Does John Fox believe in Jay Cutler?
Night net null null null The relationship between John Fox and his reluctant quarterback, Jay Cutler, seems, shall we say, tepid at best these days.One would be led to believe that, in a perfect world, the Bears coach would have much preferred to ride out the rest of the season with backup Brian Hoyer under center. But a broken left forearm curtailed Hoyer's surprise success, so it's back to Cutler for the foreseeable future, beginning Monday night against the first-place Vikings. Asked Tuesday by reporters if he felt he has Fox's support, Cutler put it bluntly.MORE: Night net Week 8 Power Rankings: How low does Chicago go? "He doesn't have a choice, I guess, at this point," he said, via the Chicago Tribune. "Brian is out, so I've got to go. I've had good conversations with Foxy this week, last week, the week before. There's never been any strain in our relationship. We're both very open and honest, and we're on the same page. We just want to win football games."Cutler, out since Week 2 with a sprained right thumb, wasn't exactly inspiring confidence in the early going, throwing for just 373 yards, a touchdown and a pair of interceptions before exiting halfway through the Bears' second loss of the season. He was spelled by Hoyer, who promptly threw for more than 300 yards and no interceptions in ea