Jay Cutler "Quit" on his team?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Ticktaker, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Any real Bears fan who watched every Sunday/Monday/Thursday knows this might be the most ridiculous statement in the history of sports. If you watched the entire season...I don't need to explain. It's funny to me that the rumor started with some has been hacks like MJD who started it with statements such as "Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars RB -- @Jones_Drew32
    "All I'm saying is that he can finish the game on a hurt knee... I played the whole season on one..."

    Where was Maurice the last two weeks of the season while his team fought for a playoff spot? Answer: He was sitting out with a knee injury. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=5974388

    Darnell Dockett, you're an NFL hack, but you had something to say..."If I'm on chicago team jay cutler has to wait till me and the team shower get dressed and leave before he comes in the locker room! #FACT"
    http://nfl.fanhouse.com/2009/05/01/anquan-boldin-darnell-dockett-both-have-injured-hamstrings/

    I think the bitter fatty Bronco banger Mark Schlereth had something to say about his fat ass needing 20 knee surgeries...Mark, you're a jealous Bronco loving fat shit. Get over yourself.

    There were a lot of losers out there tonight, including the Bears, only some of them are bitter, less talented, and salty enough to throw low blows. Stay Classy!!!
     
  2. I never was a big Theisman fan, but when Lawrence Taylor bitch-snapped his leg Joe pleaded with the horrified EMT's to tape it up with a splint so he could return to finish the game.

    That was Theisman:cool:

    ps. Cutler is a puss

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  3. It's got everything to do with his demeanor and complete lack of emotion 90% of the time. When shit goes bad for him, he literally unhinges and goes on tilt with the interceptions, the failure to convert in the red zone and sitting in the pocket far too long.

    When he was injured today, he went to the sideline, sat on the bench and did next to nothing to try and support the team. He had every chance to quiet the critics with a good performance, but it didn't happen and so it goes...

    It's a culmination of events, not this one game.
     
  4. He quit..plain and simple. He quit on the field and on the sidelines. 99% of the real QB's in this league past and present would have taken the trainers and coach by the throat and told them "PUT ME THE FUCK BACK IN"...Cmon meng, Farve a 41 yr old bag of bones would have had to have been escorted off the field by homeland security. Today we get the MRI results...they better make up something good like a torn ACL. If not Cutler may have to move in with Bartman......
     
  5. I dunno', biggest game of your career and you're crying about a sore knee. Seems like most players would be on the field until they got carried off. Add to that, his lack of enthusiasm on the sidelines showed poor team spirit, and no leadership. If he was hurt that bad, he shouldn't have been on the sidelines at all.
     
  6. Guy was spinning the bike and no limp while walking the sideline... in the f*cking NFC championship when you're down by 14?!

    He's gone, and at best a backup.
     
  7. Yup, guaranteed the MRI will be manufactured to show a tear.
     
  8. So far all of your comments show a meatball perspective who were played by the media. Period.
     
  9. Period? Wow, that was definitive.

    Cutler is a squadouche. Worthless bag of burning shit that manufactured an injury and lacking the requisite 80IQ to fake a limp. You can't take a snap but you're on the stationary bike and walking the sideline while you're team is down by 14?

    It's true that Chicago (the organization) has no respect for QBs, but they gave the guy a shot and he was treated well by fans and teammates alike.
     
  10. where you watching the same game or did you only catch Urlacher's speech? just asking.

    Dude a guy with passion , fire and a determination to win would have not been acting like he did, during and after his knee bump. sorry i dont need Tom Jackson to tell me this.
     
    #10     Jan 24, 2011