Jay Cutler is Still a Child [Video]

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Jay Cutler walks away from Mike Tice

Could Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler not act like an idiot for two weeks in a row? Hell no!

During the Bears win over the Dallas Cowboys last night — which we didn’t watch because, hey, can both of these teams somehow lose? — Cutler pulled this move. Offensive coordinator Mike Tice and Cutler are having words on the sideline, Cutler sits down on the bench and Tice sits next to him, Cutler immediately gets up and walks away. Tice has to follow Cutler, who obviously wanted nothing to do with his coach.

Why?

Because Jay Cutler is a child and when he doesn’t get his way, he needs to pout.

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14 Comments on "Jay Cutler is Still a Child [Video]"

  1. therealChuckywasCecil

    when that happened several friends of mine here in Texas (watching game on TV) couldn’t believe it. As a Packer fan, I expected it. Tice should have backhanded the pouty little bitch.

  2. DD

    You mean like when Erin pathetically tried to push the cameraman out of his way when he was crying about losing to the Seahawks?

    • Kozak

      Right. Offensive coordinator during game = cameraman after game.
      Does “DD” stand for “Developmentally Delayed”?

    • Abe Frohman

      How is that you want your quarterback to be the most competitive and driven person on the field for your team, but when you lose over a bullshit call you expect that competitive spirit to just magically go away and be gracious? You can’t have it both ways.

  3. E. Wolf

    I actually respect Tice. What a bitch Cutler is—you don’t treat people like that, certainly not your coach.

  4. Pack Lethal

    Cutler doesn’t like anyone to bother him when he’s having his Kool Aide break. Good thing Tice didn’t bother him during his fruit snack break!

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