Martellus Bennett calls St. Louis ‘Seattle’s little brother’ in expletive laced interview

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ST. LOUIS, MO - NOVEMBER 15: Martellus Bennett #83 of the Chicago Bears celebrates with teammate Zach Miller after Miller scored a touchdown in the second quarter against the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome on November 15, 2015 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Of all of the Bears players, Martellus Bennett may be the most interesting. The tight end took a post-game question in a very unexpected direction after the Bears beat the St. Louis Rams.

After Comcast SportsNet’s Kip Lewis asked Bennett what he thought about Cutler changing plays at the line of scrimmage, Bennett changed the topic to what he thought about the Rams and one player in particular.

I consider St. Louis Seattle’s little brother. So, it’s a bunch of front runners, I mean, 97, he’s a little b****. So, I mean, overall I was just happy to go out there and kick their a**.

No. 97 on the Rams is defensive end Eugene Sims who had three tackles on the day. Bennett’s older brother Michael plays for the Seattle Seahawks.

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