Short of winning a Super Bowl (with the Bears), Jay Cutler is always going to be in column number two regardless. It doesn't matter that the Bears probably don't win that game anyhow. It doesn't matter that Chicago has has a revolving door at QB for decades and he's better than almost every other guy the Bears have had under center in that time.... he'll be remembered for one game (that he didn't play).
Besides which, look at Alex Smith. The guy follows the rules and reports his concussion symptoms to his head coach and training staff and lost his job because of it. When the 49ers cut him this off-season, he'll almost certainly lose money because the contract he signs with whomever else will be for less than what he'd make in San Francisco. If that's the lesson players learn from, they're going to be less likely to admit to their injuries and come out of games than ever before, even with the NFL's new "emphasis" on health protocols.
Frankly, the bigger mistake was on the Broncos safety who let Jacoby Jones get behind him. Among the handful of things that "never should happen" on an NFL field, letting a wide receiver behind you when you're the deep man in that situation is at the top of the list. Baltimore needs a touchdown, they have very, VERY little time in which to get it and a long, LONG way to go.... if you're behind him and you can make the tackle after letting up the big gain, Baltimore still has to make another significant play to tie the game.