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Jay Cutler: It bothered me that people questioned my toughness

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by News Bot, Apr 8, 2011.

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    Well, it kind of bothers me that it bothers him wondering why people are questioning his toughness. I am very bothered!
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    The way Cutler was playing in the NFCC game I am still at a loss as to why anyone wanted him back. I guess it is Chicago and theirs is a history of finding a dead horse and riding it as long as they can.
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    It bothers me that what could of been a great game to brag about the Packers winning gets turned to the game the Cutler quit.
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    ... like naked men in parking lots?
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    Toooo funny, OldSchool.
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    He needs to stop bringing it up. People would forget about it and move on a hell of a lot faster if he/ they don't keep bringing it up. That just keeps it relevant. To be honest, I had stopped thinking about it myself, until he came out with this. It's not a good idea to keep bringing a negative experience into the spotlight. They should just shut their holes and move on.
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    Urlacher: "Now now Jay Jay. Don't you cry. I'm gonna take care of all those mean people who called you names, OK?"
    Jay Jay: "Okay, mama".
    Urlacher: "Jay Jay, how many times have I told you I'm not your mama! I'm your teammate!"
    Jay Jay: "BUAAAAAAAAAAH! Why are you screaming to me, mama? BUAAAAAAAAAAH!"
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    I'm not sure what he is talking about. I don't think that many people question Cutler's manhood anymore. I think we have all come to the conclusion that he is completely lacking manhood. J/K Jay; don't cry about it.
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    Ha Ha Ha!!! All I can say about that is, I hope poor widdle Jay Jay has been weened.
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    He got hurt and could not play. The problem was he didn't put on a hissy fit for the cameras on the sideline, after he was out of the game. Lesson learned. He shoulda act pissed, threw his helmet on the ground near the bench, spit, shook his head and later rooted his team on. He would be a hero now. It's all just a game, in more ways then one.
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    Jay Cutler did play on the injury for a drive as I remember, but during the half the doctors came in and held him out. People react differently, people saw him just sitting there with a look on his face and made some stupid judgment that he doesn't care, whatever...Some people are very extroverted when they're pissed, some people internalize everything...Some people throw things at the TV, punch holes in the wall, and some people lay in bed and can't sleep for 3 days...It's all the same thing.

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