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2011 NFC Championship game Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler Is Weak And Everyone Knows It

Jay Cutler

My vagina hurts.

How does your starting quarterback not finish the NFC Championship game?

Ask the Chicago Bears.

Jay Cutler left the NFC Championship game in the third quarter with what turned out to be a sprained MCL. He then stood and watched the rest of the game from the sideline.

You’d think they would have had to scrape him off the field with a shovel in order for him not to finish a such a big game.

Nope. Not Jay Cutler.

A few NFL players called a spade a spade on Twitter.

Here’s a sample.

@ddockett (Darnell Dockett – Cardinals DT) “If I’m on chicago team jay cutler has to wait till me and the team shower get dressed and leave before he comes in the locker room!

@DBrooks55 (Derrick Brooks – former Buccaneers LB) “BEARS fans I am so SORRY, I have to be crawling and cant get up to come off field,Josh Freeman would not come out, MEDS ARE AVAILABLE

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  1. Sarah January 24, 2011

    What a fucking pussy. That’s all I gots to say.

  2. S January 24, 2011

    I still think he got pulled and they just used his boo boo as an excuse for plan B…..then plan C. which failed.

  3. Flyboy January 24, 2011

    Give the guy a break. You ever sprain an ACL?? If not, STFU. Depending on the severity fo the sprain, one’s mobility is extremely limited. It was the right call by the Bears staff. As a Packer fan I was not happy that a third stringer kept them in the game. What the hell was Capers doing?????? Tramone had better be doing a ton of suicide drills for dogging it on the pass play. Lombardi would have cut him then and there.

    1. justaguy January 24, 2011

      MCL, Tramon

  4. Rob January 24, 2011

    Gotta disagree with you on this one. He had a sprained MCL and the doctors decided to pull him. He wanted to continue playing. And why play injured if it’s going to hurt your team? It’s not like he was playing all that great. Hell, Haine gave the Bears a better chance of winning than Cutler.

    But if you wanna call him weak or a wimp because he didn’t play the whole game then go ahead. But you do realize he was sacked 52 times this year and only missed one game?

    Just remember it’s easy to sit on the sidelines and ridicule players and coaches when most of us have never played in an actual NFL game.

  5. Matt January 24, 2011

    I’m sure he probably was too hurt to play but like DBrooks points out. “There are meds available” remember when desean jackson got hurt against us? he limped back to the locker room and came flyin’ back out a few minutes later and was playing at full speed. i mean this is the playoffs, you could go to the SUPER BOWL!!! you gotta give it 110% even if that means possibly cutting ur career short and playing on an injury. i know i’d be disappointed if rodgers went out like that and then stood around on the sidelines

  6. Bogmon January 24, 2011

    What makes me wonder is why he wasn’t on the sidelines coaching up his teammates…he looked all pouty and disinterested.

    The Bears lost because of Jay Cutler. Thank goodness he’s on their side!

  7. Abe Frohman January 24, 2011

    Reminded me a LOT of ’98 when Gabe Wilkins pulled himself from the super bowl. That, in addition to Holmgren falling out of love with Dorsey Levens who was kicking butt, were the reasons we lost that game in my opinion.

  8. jeremy January 24, 2011

    No one can always just mentally overcome a sprained tendon. There is a thing called the Golgi Tendon Organ that will shut down the innervation to a particular muscle if it senses undo distress. If his nervous system was inhibited there would be nothing he could do about it but wait for the effect to dissipate. Since it was the MCL he could probably stand there OK, but possibly not push off his leg properly to throw. No matter how hard he mentally tried or how much pain he could ignore there would be no way to overcome it. Thus the crappy passes we saw.

    Credit the Packers D for knocking him out of the game square and fair, unlike that cheap-shot artist Peppers.

    1. Abe Frohman January 25, 2011

      Didn’t he do that to Rodgers during one of the previous games, too? Peppers had plenty of time to lower his shoulder because for some god forsaken reason he was UNBLOCKED!

  9. Buddy January 24, 2011

    Fuck Cutler, we won and will be playing the Steelers in the Superbowl in less than two weeks. Hell yeah! Go Pack Go!

  10. iltarion January 24, 2011

    Cutler gets sacked about as often as any QB in the league. Questioning his toughness is laughable, but I admit it is good fun.

    What should really be questioned is his just all-around crapitude when faced with any defense that can actually get to him. He was complete horseshit in the first half and looked beaten by the 2nd quarter. IMO, the Bears get shutout if he plays the whole game. Nice break for them that he got benched. Our defense flat out fell asleep when their 3rd string came in, thought the game was over. Otherwise, they never score.

    That is your team leader? HAHAHAHA!!!

    Meanwhile, A-Rodge takes the best shot Peppers and Briggs can give him, gets up, spits out some blood, and waves at the sideline to not worry about him. THAT was our leader. Guess which team won? Cutler is one of the few QBs in the league to have the physical tools that A-Rodge has, but he also has the leadership ability of Jeff George.

    Good call, Jeremy. That shot by Peppers was effin bullshit. He flat out tried to take A-Rodge out, period.

  11. Madcity Packer Fan January 24, 2011

    Yea and then Peppers got all mad about like it was wrong to call a helmet to helmet and he is some how is different than all the other players in the league including Nick Collins (which wasn’t intentional on Collins part) who got fined for this type of bullshit! I hope they give that cunt rag Peppers a huge fine!