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Brandon Marshall yelled at Robbie Gould, called out Jay Cutler after loss

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Brandon Marshall reportedly yelled at Robbie Gould in the Chicago Bears’ locker room following the team’s brutal 27-14 home loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, and he also called out quarterback Jay Cutler.

Chicago Sun-Times reporter Adam Jahns reported that there was a lot of yelling coming from the Bears’ locker room after the game, which is to be expected from a team that lost that badly at home.

Jahns even heard some words that appeared to be directed at the kicker, Robbie Gould:

NBC Chicago’s Peggy Kusinski heard something similar:

CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora later confirmed that Marshall yelled at Gould.

In addition to yelling at Gould, Marshall reportedly called out his quarterback, who went 21/34 for 190 yards, a touchdown, an interception and one fumble lost.

Marshall was still heated when the media entered the locker room and called the team’s record and performance “unacceptable.”

“Same mistakes, same mistakes, same mistakes,” Marshall said via ESPN Chicago’s Michael C. Wright. “We’ve got to protect the football. We’ve got to protect the football. We’ve got to execute the game plan. We’ve got to adjust when things don’t go as we saw on the film. We’ve got Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett, Matt Forte. We’ve got a stud offensive line. We’ve got a great, great group of guys, and this is unacceptable. What did we put up, 14 points? Was it 14 points? That’s unacceptable.”

Marshall and Gould were team captains in the game. The Bears are now 3-4 after the loss and have been wildly inconsistent this season. They were expected to contend for the NFC North title.

Here are Marshall’s comments:


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