Do you even need anymore than that photo right there? This was on NBC 5 in Chicago.
Cutler donated the autographed ball for a charity auction. No one bid on it.
You ready for it?
There is more to the story. The football was for a pet adoption charity. Someone did pay the hundred dollar starting bid, after the fact, and gave the football to his son. It is damn hard to not get a bid on an item at a charity event.
I would have gave the charity the Benjamin and been satisfied in telling them to keep the ball you filthy animals. Nothing against the pets.
Jay is probably not going to be in Chicago to much longer.
Which is why we have to take advantage of this year and savor every moment….
Nobody would would bid on it because they were afraid the ball would be intercepted by a Packer…
I’d almost feel bad for the guy, if he wasn’t the highest paid born loser I’ve ever heard of.
speaking of highly paid born losers: does anybody know what our HC, Mike#2 is getting per year in total compensation??
Cutty don’t give a rat’s ass. He got fat stacks. Go Pack Go!!!
did anybody catch the NFL network “classic game” yesterday [Bears at Packers, Nov. 3, 1985].? i thought it was not only classic, it was historic–
Charles Martin started humping Jim McMahon early in the first quarter, proving that number “9” is just the same as “6” when turned upside down. [like women, no?]