Jay Cutler Would Not Play For The Packers
But CUTTY!, you are already one of the 10 best quarterbacks in Green Bay Packers’ history!
I mean, we can debate the list, but it goes something like this.
- Bart Starr
- Brett Favre
- Aaron Rodgers
- Arnie Herber
- Lynn Dickey
- Don Majkowski
- Tobin Rote
- Jay Cutler
I mean, maybe The Cutster comes in at No. 5. You could make a case!
Regardless, our man CUTTY! has most certainly brought great joy to the Green Bay Packers over the years.
And you know, now Cuts McGuts is retired. Off bringing excellence to the broadcast booth.
But as we all know, retired quarterbacks are never really retired, are they?
Perhaps CUTTY!, the arbiter of excellence that he is, will be the exception. Perhaps he will stay retired. Doug Gottlieb asked Cuts about the very scenario we’ve been dreaming of for so long on Monday — what if the Green Bay Packers called?
Can you imagine? Packers legend Jay Cutler actually wearing the Packers uniform?
I would compare it to when Jim McMahon came over, except McMahon’s Bears always beat the shit out of the Packers. That, and we paid him back in spades through nightly hauntings from the ghost of Charles Martin every single day he was in town.
That guy lost his hair, his memory and his swagger. Too many hits?
Nope. Ghost of the greatest Packer ever, Charles Martin.
But Cuts! CUTS!
Not a Bears legend, a Packers legend who happened to play for the Bears!
What do you say, Mr. Enthusiasm?
If Aaron Rodgers got hurt and the Packers called, would Jay Cutler come back?
Cutler: "I'd have to pass on that." pic.twitter.com/Z45D4c00GV
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) May 8, 2017
You know, I am saddened.
We were all for the Packers trading Brett Hundley and bringing our boy CUTTY! aboard to back up AR, this season. He’s already a proven master at hitting open men in green jerseys.
He says no now, but remember — Aaron Rodgers and King Cuts are good friends. The Cuts helped out the younger Rodgers — Jordan — when he was the man at Vanderbilt, a place where Killer Cuts forged an indelible legacy of greatness.
KEEP HOPE ALIVE!