Thursday, June 4th, 2009 at
Everyone knows Tony Dungy’s take on gay marriage. The gays aren’t qualified for marriage let alone equal rights in his opinion. That’s what “the Lord says” and he’s “on the Lord’s side”. He also doesn’t think that new Bears quarterback Jay Culter is mature or good enough to justify the amount of hype he’s getting in Chicago.
“[The Bears] took a risk [trading for Cutler]. I think they took a risk specifically with beating the Green Bay Packers in mind,” Dungy said Wednesday. “[They] I really think Chicago gave up a lot to get a quarterback who they believe is going to be the final piece of the puzzle. But I am not sure he has won enough to merit that yet.”
…Quarterbacking is so much about leadership and so much about doing things under pressure. There is going to be a lot of pressure on him. … We’ll see about his maturity level. That’s what I would question. And some of the things that happened leading to him leaving Denver … that would concern me as a head coach. He can make all of the throws, but quarterbacking is much more than just making throws”
Does this mean the Lord is against Jay Cutler or that he isn’t on the Lord’s side? What does this mean for Lovie and the Bears this coming season? Who else is on the enemies list? Hines Ward? Tony Romo? That red-headed stepchild on Diff’rent Strokes? Maroon 5? Oh wait, that’s my enemies list. Um, forget you just read that.
Monday, March 23rd, 2009 at
The Cutler to Washington rumors start … now. Denials plus no extension for Jason Campbell means 7-9 next season. Maybe Jim Zorn can install a new offense before training camp while he’s at it. Jason Campbell plays better when he’s unsettled.
Friday, August 15th, 2008 at
Jay Cutler is all about tough love. He slammed WR Brandon Marshall after he cut himself “slipping on a McDonald’s bag”. However he’s not about to give up on his boy even though he’s probably going to serve a two to three game suspension for violating the NFL’s code of conduct.
Marshall plans on crashing at Cutler’s pad during his suspension and engage in some home schooling. He plans on studying the playbook and film in addition to working out with Cutler at night. Who knows if this will start him on the path to wholesome living but it’s worth a try.
T.O. is supposed to watch over Pacman in Dallas. Pacman should move in with T.O. and HBO should film it as a reality show or a sitcom. They could call it “TnA” or “That’s Pac!”. How great would that be? Screw watching players fall asleep in meetings or rookies getting cut. Imagine T.O. coming home to find Pacman installed a stripper pole and DJ booth in his house while he was at work. T.O. could open his door only to see some big booty hoes working the pole in his living room. Pac and Luther Campbell (uncensored so careful if you’re at work) would be making it rain and smoking cigars while “Hoochie Mama” (also uncensored) blasts in the background. Another episode could have a unreinstated, bored Pacman try to work T.O.’s alleged BangBros.com connnections so he can film his own porn on the star in Texas Stadium. Jason Garrett would have to be in this one as the assistant coach who plays the choir boy but really calls himself “Freak Nasty” and creeps out the porn stars with his fetish demands like being slapped in the balls with a donkey dildo wielded by a 300 lb Eskimo girl while having tartar sauce thrown and rubbed all over his face. Who’s got Pacman Fever now?
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008 at
It’s always tough to see two people in love go through a bad patch. We’ve seen it with Tom Arnold and Roseanne. Bobby and Whitney. R. Kelly and that underage girl. Say it ain’t so, Jay and Brandon.
Denver Broncos QB Jay Cutler is sick of WR Brandon Marshall’s shit and he’s not gonna take it anymore.
“I support him and stuff, but it’s always something with him right now,” Cutler told a small media contingent at Dove Valley in a wide-ranging, surprisingly candid interview.
…The third-year quarterback admitted about Marshall, only half- joking, that “He’s not my favorite person right now.”
“This wasn’t like his DUI and other stuff he’s had. It was an accident. But, still, stuff like this can’t happen,” Cutler said. “Hopefully, this is the last.”
As to Marshall’s claim that the horseplay that led to his arm injury was a wake-up call,
“I mean, a DUI is a wake-up call. He’s had many wake-up calls,” Cutler said. “He’s been in (coach Mike) Shanahan’s office many times. I’ve been up there with him and he’s said the same thing, ‘It’s a wake-up call, a lot of things are going to happen.’ Blah, blah, blah. Until he goes out and proves it, we’ll see what happens.”
It’s hard to see Jake Plummer or Brian Griese stepping up like Cutler. Plummer would just walk away and Griese would trip … sorry, fall over shitfaced in the driveway and knock himself out before showing any kind of leadership.
Cutler didn’t stop there. He proceeded to call out Javon Walker, the left tackles, the kicker, management and the beer guy. It’s about time Denver had some leadership at the QB position. Hopefully that’ll keep him safe when the left tackle lets the blitz through on the weak side as revenge for selling him short.