If any of you watched the turd laid by the Chicago Bears, particularly on offense, in their loss to the Washington Redskins, last Sunday, then you deserve an apology. Actually, you deserve an apology from the NFL for even putting crap like that on TV.
Both teams are terrible offensively.
Most of all, the guy who needs to apologize is Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. The mouth breather extraordinaire tossed four interceptions on Sunday, all of them to DeAngelo Hall, who tied an NFL record for most interceptions in a game.
Cutler pretty much just tosses the ball in the air and hopes someone on his team catches it and then mouth breathes his way off the field with a dumb look on his face when his shit gets picked off.
Yeah, I know. His receivers are terrible. His offensive line is even worse. His coaches are idiots. The Bears should definitely fire all these cunts, along with general manager Jerry Angelo for not replacing them to begin with.
However, there’s no excuse for the way Cutler threw the ball on Sunday. He made Hall’s job easy.
When Cutler was with Denver, he and receiver Eddie Royal had a big game against Hall, who was with Oakland. Cutler made some negative comments about Hall’s ability after the game. After this week’s game, Hall shot back.
You know what man, Jay’s a little bit, he don’t really understand, I guess, the game, the game of football,” Hall said on Monday. “And in the game of football, you’re gonna see guys several times in their career. You know, he completed four passes against me when I was out in Oakland and he was in Denver on a Monday Night Football game, and I knew leading up to the game he was still feeling good about that. He made some smart, snide comments about that after that game, so I knew definitely he was gonna try to come out there and try me, and it didn’t work for him.”
Jay Cutler doesn’t understand much, DeAngelo, because he’s a stupid sack of shit.
For example, Cutler still couldn’t shut his mouth after the game (because obviously, he played so well).
“I’d still, if we had to play them tomorrow, I’d go at him every time if we could,” Cutler said after the loss.
That’s great, moron. With the way you were lofting the ball in the air, Hall would have seven picks.
“After those comments, that makes me think that he still hasn’t learned his lesson,” Hall said.
“So, you know, if I had to play Jay Cutler every single week, man, I’d be in the Hall of Fame.”
Fortunately, before too long, the Green Bay Packers will be back in first place in the NFC North, largely thanks to Jay Cutler.