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(Bleacher Report)   Old and busted: Jay Cutler mails in his performance at Soldier Field. New hotness: Jay Cutler mails in his marriage proposal to his girlfriend   (bleacherreport.com) divider line 30
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2013-02-07 09:46:51 AM
I'm a Jay Cutler fan, but sometimes, goddamn, sometimes you just have to sit back in awe at how well he plays to character.
 
2013-02-07 10:07:18 AM
Kristen: "you're such an ass. Who proposes that way?"
Cutler:  "DOOONNNN"T  CAAAAAAAARE"
 
2013-02-07 10:10:43 AM

Jubeebee: I'm a Jay Cutler fan, but sometimes, goddamn, sometimes you just have to sit back in awe at how well he plays to character.


At some point he's not 'playing' at being self-absorbed. He just IS self-absorbed. It's not a front.
 
2013-02-07 10:11:29 AM
It's not Fark.  It's Bleacher Report.com.
 
2013-02-07 10:21:32 AM
Actually, I kind of like how he handled this proposal...kind of pimp.  Bet he had a camel Cig hanging out of his mouth too.

"So, sup? wanna get hitched or what?"
 
2013-02-07 10:48:04 AM

Deneb81: Jubeebee: I'm a Jay Cutler fan, but sometimes, goddamn, sometimes you just have to sit back in awe at how well he plays to character.

At some point he's not 'playing' at being self-absorbed. He just IS self-absorbed. It's not a front.


He went to Vandy. Everyone there is like that.
 
2013-02-07 10:50:32 AM
He just does things his own way.
 
2013-02-07 10:50:35 AM
His marriage will turn out just like the Bears' last 2 seasons; They'll be amazing for 2 months, then they'll fall apart.

/makes me a sad panda
 
2013-02-07 10:55:48 AM
I thought I was being romantic and creative by hiding the ring, in a closed ring box, in a pizza box.  I opened the pizza box to let her grab a slice and joyously see the ring...only she did not see it at all.  Then, I presented her with the pizza box again for a second slice...and she still did not see it.  While I totally want to launch into a spentmiles twist here, I just took the ring box out of the pizza box and said something like "Well, I was trying to be romantic, but here is your damn ring."

I guess I should have just mailed it in.
 
2013-02-07 10:56:12 AM
why do people care so much about what other people do?  is your own life so depressing you have to attach yourself to someone elses?

/i haven't had my coffee, sorry
 
2013-02-07 10:57:59 AM
Sounds like his fiancé was pretty chill with the whole deal and it was more a mutual thing.

However, as a Bears fan, I sort of enjoy his perception by the media... Chicago is no place for a shiny, happy qb.
 
2013-02-07 11:06:57 AM
However, as a Bears fan, I sort of enjoy his perception by the media... Chicago is no place for a shiny, happy qb.

FTFY
 
2013-02-07 11:11:01 AM
I LOVE that Cutler is "emo". I love that he doesn't pretend to be all happy-go-lucky.
 
2013-02-07 11:16:17 AM
Next time can subby just submit the article that retard was referring to the entire time so I don't have to spend a second on that shiat hole bleacher report.
 
2013-02-07 11:20:54 AM

Transpogue: Sounds like his fiancé was pretty chill with the whole deal and it was more a mutual thing.

However, as a Bears fan, I sort of enjoy his perception by the media... Chicago is no place for a shiny, happy qb.


It is refreshing to have a guy who just doesn't care about all the cliches.  It's not like he ever committed any serious crimes; he just doesn't care if people like him or not.

I think people dislike him for three reasons:

1. Wanting out of Denver - really, I don't blame him.  He got his job when the team basically told Jake the Snake to take a hike, one year removed from his career year.  Maybe you make the decision that Jay is your guy, maybe you stick with Jake, but the team handled it VERY poorly.  Then Jay sees a noob coach courting his former backup QB, and puts 2 and 2 together.

2. Media friendliness - he just doesn't give a shiat about the sports media.  Really, neither do I.

3. Inconsistent results - Jay doesn't read the field well, loses his mechanics easily, and makes poor choices.  Personally, I'd like to see what jay can do with a real o-line now that he's an experienced veteran, but I absolutely understand criticism of his on-field performances.  This is the only thing for which he should be judged when his career is over.
 
2013-02-07 11:36:50 AM

Orgasmatron138: 1. Wanting out of Denver - really, I don't blame him.  He got his job when the team basically told Jake the Snake to take a hike, one year removed from his career year.  Maybe you make the decision that Jay is your guy, maybe you stick with Jake, but the team handled it VERY poorly.  Then Jay sees a noob coach courting his former backup QB, and puts 2 and 2 together.


Well, it was more the acting outraged that the team would dare look at other QBs.

Also the crying to TBDSS,P about how Phil Rivers is a meanie and it was a dick move of him to talk trash to Cutler...as though Cutler hadn't spent the game trash-talking the Chargers or said earlier in the year that the Broncos were the best team in the division (it's fine if you believe it and I understand that you're supposed to project a positive direction, but saying that at the time was silly, and he proceeded to post six points in both games against the Chargers combined.

He's a classic case of "talk trash, don't back it up." No one likes those guys.

He's been less of a whiny b*tch since going to Chicago, though. Still funny to watch all the Chicago fans act as though he's great - he might not even be in the top half of QBs in his division.

/then they blame everything on the line and the WRs
//Rodgers' line sucks and his WRs were all hurt this year (not to mention the Packers having zero run game), just posted the best passer rating in the league again
///every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.
 
2013-02-07 11:42:55 AM

IAmRight: every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.


but enough about Flacco and Eli
 
2013-02-07 11:56:40 AM
Lazy on and off the field.
 
2013-02-07 12:06:17 PM

IAmRight: Orgasmatron138:

/then they blame everything on the line and the WRs
//Rodgers' line sucks and his WRs were all hurt this year (not to mention the Packers having zero run game), just posted the best passer rating in the league again
///every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.


Before the GB-SF game, I said that if the Packers could score more than 30 and Rodgers did not get sacked more than 3 times, they would win.  Both of those things happened and they lost.  I have absolutely no clue why our defense played the way they did, but I really do believe Rodgers is good for 8-9 wins a season, no matter who is around him.  Somehow, we need a defense that can win in the postseason, the offense cannot win every single shootout.
 
2013-02-07 12:18:55 PM

IAmRight: Orgasmatron138: 1. Wanting out of Denver - really, I don't blame him.  He got his job when the team basically told Jake the Snake to take a hike, one year removed from his career year.  Maybe you make the decision that Jay is your guy, maybe you stick with Jake, but the team handled it VERY poorly.  Then Jay sees a noob coach courting his former backup QB, and puts 2 and 2 together.

Well, it was more the acting outraged that the team would dare look at other QBs.

Also the crying to TBDSS,P about how Phil Rivers is a meanie and it was a dick move of him to talk trash to Cutler...as though Cutler hadn't spent the game trash-talking the Chargers or said earlier in the year that the Broncos were the best team in the division (it's fine if you believe it and I understand that you're supposed to project a positive direction, but saying that at the time was silly, and he proceeded to post six points in both games against the Chargers combined.

He's a classic case of "talk trash, don't back it up." No one likes those guys.

He's been less of a whiny b*tch since going to Chicago, though. Still funny to watch all the Chicago fans act as though he's great - he might not even be in the top half of QBs in his division.

/then they blame everything on the line and the WRs
//Rodgers' line sucks and his WRs were all hurt this year (not to mention the Packers having zero run game), just posted the best passer rating in the league again
///every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.


All fair points.  I'll disagree on the last one, though.  The Bears had a good O-line, WRs, and running game when Orton and Grossman were at the helm.  Orton was mediocre at best.  Grossman had a limited game, and once teams figured it out, he was dead meat.  Jay has done FAR more with much less to work with.  Put an experienced Cutler on the 2006 SB team, maybe the game goes the other way (though probably not; the Bears sorely missed Thommie Harris).
 
2013-02-07 12:55:44 PM
When they are both retired, I think Jay Cutler and Tony Romo should do a TV sitcom remake of the Odd Couple.  In my head it's hilarious.
 
2013-02-07 01:21:56 PM
The two had been engaged but broke up for a few months before reconciling.

I am going to give him the benefit of the doubt he did it right the first time.  It sounds like it was a second proposal.
 
2013-02-07 01:37:35 PM

Orgasmatron138: Transpogue: Sounds like his fiancé was pretty chill with the whole deal and it was more a mutual thing.

However, as a Bears fan, I sort of enjoy his perception by the media... Chicago is no place for a shiny, happy qb.

It is refreshing to have a guy who just doesn't care about all the cliches.  It's not like he ever committed any serious crimes; he just doesn't care if people like him or not.

I think people dislike him for three reasons:

1. Wanting out of Denver - really, I don't blame him.  He got his job when the team basically told Jake the Snake to take a hike, one year removed from his career year.  Maybe you make the decision that Jay is your guy, maybe you stick with Jake, but the team handled it VERY poorly.  Then Jay sees a noob coach courting his former backup QB, and puts 2 and 2 together.

2. Media friendliness - he just doesn't give a shiat about the sports media.  Really, neither do I.

3. Inconsistent results - Jay doesn't read the field well, loses his mechanics easily, and makes poor choices.  Personally, I'd like to see what jay can do with a real o-line now that he's an experienced veteran, but I absolutely understand criticism of his on-field performances.  This is the only thing for which he should be judged when his career is over.


Made Rick Reilley mad (for people outside of Denver reliant on national media)
Replaced the lovable scruffmeister Jake the Snake (for people from Denver with access to local media).
Little/No Playoff Success.

 
2013-02-07 01:52:32 PM
For all the Cutler stories generally taking a negative tone, he isn't notorious for any crimes or assaults or shooting himself at a strip club or whatever. By all accounts he donates to charity and visits kids in hospitals and stuff but doesn't invite the media. If anything I'd say he's a non-personality, not particularly memorable and pretty bland overall.

And yet he appears at #4 on the most hated athletes list. I like the guy alright, not really one to defend him as he certainly has his flaws but that's just a headscratcher to me. VICK was less hated than Cutler (Big Ben, Ray Lewis, Suh et al didn't even make the list IIRC) and a few years ago I would've thought Vick could never show his face on a field again.

Perception is a weird thing. Cutler just doesn't seem like the kind of guy you grow to hate, maybe laugh at his facial expressions or whatever but otherwise he's just some guy. Congrats for the engagement I spose.
 
2013-02-07 02:38:15 PM

thecpt: IAmRight: every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.

but enough about Flacco and Eli


If Rodgers is so great, what's he doing throwing INTs in the playoffs?  Clearly he's no Flacco.
 
2013-02-07 03:08:08 PM
achievehunger.com

I would like to think Jay Cutler was at the gym when he sent the text
 
2013-02-07 03:24:33 PM

poughdrew: thecpt: IAmRight: every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.

but enough about Flacco and Eli

If Rodgers is so great, what's he doing throwing INTs in the playoffs?  Clearly he's no Flacco.


I know you are just messing, but here are the numbers anyway:

Rodgers in 9 games:
TD INT Rating
18  5     103.6

Flacco in 13 games:
TD INT Rating
19  8     86.2
 
2013-02-07 03:32:05 PM

poughdrew: thecpt: IAmRight: every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.

but enough about Flacco and Eli

If Rodgers is so great, what's he doing throwing INTs in the playoffs?  Clearly he's no Flacco.


you mean INT.  only one.

/Flacco had a great playoff run.  I agree to that.
//Flacco's defense was just a smidge better than the highschoolers the packers put out on the field
 
2013-02-07 04:47:19 PM
If it's Cutler, the letter like his passes, got intercepted.
 
2013-02-07 11:33:53 PM
IAmRight:
/then they blame everything on the line and the WRs
//Rodgers' line sucks and his WRs were all hurt this year (not to mention the Packers having zero run game), just posted the best passer rating in the league again
///every QB in the NFL would be successful with a great line, WRs, and a running game.


It wasn't a matter of not having a great line. He had ZERO line. One of his tackles couldn't handle keeping his own shoes tied, let alone stop the rush. On top of that, he had a coordinator that insisted on 7 step drops, when clearly he'd be on his back by step 3.

I'll admit that with the patchwork line this year he should have done better. A lot better. I will pin a good majority of the incompletions this year on the receivers though. Nobody on that team can catch a ball but Forte and Marshall...
 
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