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New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett is a little short on kind words when describing his time with the Chicago Bears and why the team floundered while he was there.

In a recent segment on ESPN’s E:60 program, Bennett said the reason why Chicago was unsuccessful during his three seasons there is because the team was made up of “bitches.”

“We just had a bunch of bitches on the roster,” he said. “That’s why we didn’t win games, and coaches liked the bitches.”

Bennett also offered a similar critique of quarterback Jay Cutler.

“Some guys that you want to be the leader, that’s not the guy that’s a leader,” Bennett continued. “Everyone in the locker room knows that this is not the leader, but this is what you want the face of the team to look like.”

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Bennet’s production in Chicago in no way mirrored the team’s misfortunes. From 2013-2015, he caught 208 passes for 14 touchdowns. He made the Pro Bowl in 2014 with 90 receptions while the Bears sputtered to a 19-29 record during the same span.

He was traded to New England this past spring and, as expected, Bill Belichick is making good use of his 6-7, 250-pound target. Through five games, Bennett has posted 21 catches for 314 yards and four touchdowns.