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Now that is a great question from ESPN. How much do I blame Jay Cutler for RGIII’s injured knee? Is this a trick question? He’s 100% to blame. In fact, I blame Jay Cutler for pretty much every injury in the NFL. Gronk’s arm? Jay Cutler’s fault. Adrian Peterson’s knee injury last year? Cuts was totally responsible. The fiscal cliff debacle? 94% Cutler’s fault. Ray Lewis forced to retire? 97% Cutler’s fault. Tebow failing as a QB? Cutler’s fault. Shame on you if SportsNation is part of your daily viewing portfolio. That ****, along with Le Batard’s stupid show, can die whenever.   No wonder Rob Ryan was failed. WORST DEFENSE – EVER!   Find the ESPN intern’s error:   Even though I hate the NBA with a deep passion, this makes me smile. The NBA leaving Sacramento for Seattle is a perfect scenario. Never been to Seattle? It’s a great sports city, and with all that rain, basketball makes so much sense in the winter.   As for celebrity diving, Terrell Owens didn’t win and promptly blamed his tandem dive partner Antonio Sabato Jr. for not getting him the ball. Filed under: Morning Twitpics
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