So I caught the Fins and Bucs game yesterday. I admit, I don’t know what the hell I was thinking when I thought I’d get to see Jay Cutler sling it around today and torch the Buc’s D. I’m not a fan of Jay Cutler and love to watch him lose and get constantly criticized for looking like he could not give a shit about what is going on. Like, I’ve seen more passion about football by watching my old man on Sundays. But hey, he does have a good arm and it’s fun to watch him sling it sometimes.
The Fins got down 20-7 in the first half. After Cutler tossed a few INTs, he decided to leave the game so we would think better of him rather than shit on him for his poor play. From the many camera shots, there seemed to be no implication that Cutler even hit his head on the play. I even remember thinking how he surprisingly did not fall on his head RIGHT when he had to come off with the injury. This isn’t the first time this has happened all season. He even suffered some cracked ribs when he was down to the Jets 21-14. I really hate to do this because I respect football players and understand it’s a violent game, but every injury Cutler suffers I think it’s my duty as an American citizen and a football fan to question it.
Everyone remembers that kid on their youth soccer team that would always seem to get hurt when things were hard and it would really piss you off because all the milfs would clap for him and not notice you putting in the grind like a real ten year old man? That kid Jay Cutler. Bluto from Animal House once said “When the going gets tough, the tough get going!” This quote is simple and to the point, and it really helps show just who Jay Christopher Cutler (Yeah, Jay is his actual first name, screwed from the beginning) really is, weak.
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