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The Last Angry Fan:
It’s funny because Cutler has been known to throw a pick-6 or two in his career.
If you’re going to make the trek to the Windy City to see your Packers play the rival Bears in an important NFC North matchup, you might as well troll a few thousand Chicago fans in the process by wearing a custom Jay Cutler “Pick-6″ jersey like this guy did. No word on whether or not buddy and his huge brass balls made it out of Soldier Field in one piece, but so long as he avoided the three people not fed up with Cutler’s penchant for throwing ill-timed interceptions, then I’m sure he’s doing just fine.
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