The reign of greatness on the football field is officially over for our main man CUTTY! You have left us too soon, sweet prince.
Cuts is hanging up his sure-fire Hall of Fame cleats to wow and amaze us in the broadcast booth.
NEWS. It's official. Jay Cutler has been hired by @nflonfox . Will join Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis in the booth this season.
— Peter Schrager (@PSchrags) May 5, 2017
While it is joyous news that will get treated to old Cuts McGuts in the Fox broadcast booth — that is the network’s No. 2 team behind Buck and Aikman — we are saddened that CUTTY! will no longer be apathetically slinging passes to Green Bay Packers’ defenders.
This was all put into motion when the Chicago Bears ignorantly released the greatest passer in their history back in March. They then went and signed former Tampa Bay backup QB Pants Pooper. Then they needlessly traded away some picks to move up one spot in the draft to select another quarterback who is a Packers fan.
The Bears are now the Browns.
That aside, for reasons that can only be described as inexplicable to us, no other team signed CUTTY! as a free agent. Surely, they will regret the day that they passed on The Cutster.
But now is not a time for blame.
Now is a time to remember the all-time great that was Jay Christopher Cutler, our man, CUTTY!
Ok, so the writer has no clue about the story behind the bears trading up one spot. They were essentially in a bidding war with Cleveland to have the right to select Tribusky. Not saying he is going to be a great QB, but if you feel strongly enough that this guy can be your franchise QB for at least the next decade, then you have to do whatever it takes to get him. Put it this way, would you give up those picks to move up one spot for the right to select Aaron Rodgers? That is a pretty easy answer. The bears have been in QB purgatory for decades, I actually applaud the front office for having the balls to pull something like this off. Because if it doesn’t work out they are all losing their jobs.
Was quite surprised to hear that FOX had signed Mr. Personality to be a color commentator, but is he really going to be on their number two broadcast team? While, metaphorically speaking, “number two” might be appropriate in this instance, we can only hope that J-Cut gives us a few courtesy flushes once he gets behind the mic. It is sad that we may never see Cutty apathetically sling passes to Packer defenders, but you can rest assured that Glennon and/or Trubisky will carry the torch and continue the tradition for years to come.
What a great collection of pics!