Found September 29, 2013 on FatManWriting:
PLAYERS: Jay Cutler
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
This is just wrong. It's wrong that someone threw something onto the field during the game. Come on! What are we? Soccer fans overseas? It's also wrong that someone wasted a really expensive beer by throwing it at someone. @SBNationGIF/Twitter Let's be real here. A ticket low enough to actually be able to do that is pretty expensive. Maybe the person was thinking since its a domestic no big deal--but its an $8 beer! If I'm paying that much for a beer you better believe I'm drinking that sucker! Anyway... As it turns out, the thrower was a dude in a Bears jersey....or maybe it was Jay Cutler since he was having trouble hitting his receivers. Loading...

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