Found October 28, 2011 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
Jay Cutler will go down as the “most badass quarterback who never really accomplished anything” in NFL history.
Cutler is no stranger to doing whatever he wants. Some bash him for it, but do you want to know why an All-State high school shortstop, basketball player, and football star, who’s destined for the Hall of Fame, can do whatever he wants?
One reason: He’s Jay Cutler and he dominates.
You may be thinking “Hey Tyler, you just gave me two reasons while saying it’s one.” And I would respond with “Jay Cutler is dominance, so it really is only one reason.”
Anyway, Cutler’s accomplishment of being a badass went to an all-time high two Sundays ago in the game against the Minnesota Vikings. Cutler, who was posting insane numbers for a QB going against a stingy and unbeatable Vikings team, uttered six words that will go down in “Badass History.”
That’s correct. A quarterback who has a career 38-37 win/loss record just told a Super Bowl winning offensive coordinator to f**k off. I’
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He is known around the NFL as the Mad Scientist. He was the brains behind one of the greatest offensive teams in NFL history, The Greatest Show on Turf as they were called. Recently history as had him bounce around the league until he landed here in Chicago, trying to bring a legitimate pass offense to a team that has been known for defense and power running since it’s inception...
Bears QB warming up to teammates off field as well as onIf Jay Cutler rubbed you the wrong way his first two seasons in Chicago, you weren't alone. Just ask D.J. Moore.
Jay Cutler wasn't quite sure what day it is, but the Chicago Bears quarterback knows his team is in the mix for an NFC playoff berth entering this off week for the team.
Bears QB warming up to teammates off field as well as onIf Jay Cutler rubbed you the wrong way his first two seasons in Chicago, you weren't alone. Just ask D.J. Moore. "The first year, to me personally, he was an (expletive),'' Moore said.
As the Bears enter their bye week, quarterback Jay Cutler is pleased with the progress the offense made throughout the month of October and is confident that the unit will continue to improve.
Someone should probably tell this little kid his youth is in for a world of hurt as a Bears fan. This kid is like Devin Hester Jr. and he’s loving the Bears. When he grows up he’s going to find out what a cheesedick Jay Cutler actually is and start rooting for the Lions.
When Earl Bennett suffered a bruised chest when he was drilled by the New Orleans Saints’ Roman Harper in Week 2, it left quarterback Jay Cutler with only two receivers he had last season: Johnny Knox and Devin Hester. Since then, the Bears’ passing game has suffered. But it has improved lately...