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We Want Cutty! We Want Cutty!

That’s right! Although Chicago Bears/Green Bay Packers legend Jay Cutler walked away from his own greatness/apathy for a TV career, someone is trying to lure him back.

On Thursday, the guy the Miami Dolphins are pretending is a franchise quarterback, Ryan Tannehill, suffered what appears to be a serious knee injury. He may miss the season, which is probably actually great for the Dolphins.

And so who have the Dolphins contacted about filling this potential void?

Our main man, CUTTY!

Coach Adam Gase has been in contact with Cutler personally the past two days as the two men have worked on rekindling a relationship that helped Cutler throw 25 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 2015 when he was the starting QB for Chicago and Gase was the offensive coordinator.

I don’t have to tell you what this means, but I will anyway.


Green Bay Packers vs. Miami Dolphins, Super Bowl LII.

Cuts McGuts vs. Aaron Rodgers, or more accurately, just the Cutster tossing passes to his favorite receivers one final time — the Packers’ secondary, cementing his Packers Hall of Fame career.

Pray for this possibility to become a reality before you go to sleep tonight.

We want CUTTY! We want CUTTY!

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. PF4L August 4, 2017

    For those in the know, Cutlers 2015 season was his best season. Especially if you value QBR, passer rating, and td/int ratio. Cutler threw 21 td’s and 11 picks. This was his best year statistically.

    Which brings me to Aaron Rodgers 2015 season where he threw 31 td’s and 8 interceptions, with a NFL QB’s dream of nearly a 4:1 td/int ratio. Which was apparently good cause for “some” Packer fans to take a heaping shit on Rodgers and his “shitty” season. (btw…..these same fans are now currently back on the Rodgers bandwagon). Maybe it was because of his last 11 games of the 16 season, where he threw 30 td’s and just 3 interceptions that won back those fans. When the time comes when we don’t have a HOF QB anymore, i’m curious what team’s these fans will be rooting for.

    Was he at his world class best? Probably not. Were there other factors the offense wasn’t up to it’s usual lethal play? One could debate that with valid points.

    Would these same fans who shit on Rodgers be happier as Bear and Cutler fans? Doubtful, but you never know.

  2. Kato August 4, 2017

    Well, let’s hope this comes to fruition. Going to need some entertainment while watching the packers defense get beat like a rented mule this season.