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Pete Prisco Wrote a Fair Column on Jay Cutler

| August 21st, 2015

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Pete Prisco is not for everybody’s taste but he is for mine. He, unlike many other national football writers, does the work. He studies every game. He evaluates players based upon his eyes not the consensus belief.

I strongly encourage Bears fans to take a few moments and read his entire column on Jay Cutler by CLICKING HERE. Here are some excerpts.

On his status with media & fans…

“I don’t think the people who see him on the sidelines see the real Jay,” said Bob Clayton, his high school coach. “They see the guy who they think doesn’t like playing, a guy who gets mad on the field. It’s just that he’s such a competitor.”

When I asked Cutler about all the negative talk, and his status as the most-persecuted quarterback in the league, he laughed loudly.

“I think I used to (let it bother me),” he said. “Now I am at a point where I really like the coaches I am with. I like the players in the locker room. That’s where my concentration is each and every day, just trying to get better with those guys. That’s all I can worry about.”

On the potential of his being traded…

For Cutler, who has endured Bears fans burning his jersey, you would think getting traded might have been a good thing. He says now he’s glad it didn’t happen.

“It’s not my first time going through it (trade talk),” Cutler said. “Not saying you get used to it. I know it comes with the job at certain points. It was out of my control. I wait to see what happens. I wanted to stay in Chicago. You never know how it would shake out with all the draft-day rumors, and that didn’t pan out. At the end of the day, I am in the same place I started out at the beginning of the year and happy to be here.”

On having fun on the field again…

Gase gave Cutler an important message earlier this year during one of their first talks.

“Let’s have some fun,” Gase told him before the season. “Enjoy playing football again.”

That seems to be the case. Cutler appeared to be having fun.

“I remember at Denver he was a third-year player when he was really enjoying the game,” Gase said. “I don’t know if he lost that somewhere, but that’s one of our goals, to enjoy playing the game, to enjoy playing quarterback, enjoy playing with your teammates and enjoy the game-planning and playing games. It’s fun. He should enjoy it more.”

Again, go read the entire piece at CBS Sports. It’s worth it, even if you’re predisposed to despise the current quarterback.

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  • AlbertInTucson

    “It’s fun. He should enjoy it more.”

    Us too, eh?

  • BearDown100393

    Don’t caaaarrreeeee.

    • The GP

      Jay Cutler: The NFL’s most boring subject matter.

      • Irish Sweetness

        See your Cutty and raise you ‘NFL Players talking about their product sidelines’.
        GP folds. I rake in pot, emotionless.

  • AlbertInTucson

    First down, completions, TD passes.

    FUN.

    3 and outs, INTs, fumbles.

    NOT fun.

    Learn it, Know it. Live it.

    • BearDown100393

      Neither is losing 5 yards for delay of game

      • Johnnywad

        I like when the center false starts.

        • BearDown100393

          Indeed it is extra special.

    • From the comment section on Prisco article:

      “I LOVE Jay Cutler. He is the Packer MVP twice a year.” – Packdan12

      That about sums it up.

      • Waffle

        Except for that recent game where he wasn’t and led them to victory to make the playoffs and keep the Pack out…….only to have the defense and Conte give it away.
        Watch that drive on the internet.
        FOUR 3rd down conversions
        THREE 4th down conversions
        TD on final play of game/4th down 37seconds left……
        Narratives suck.

        • Johnnywad

          Goddammit.

        • TheBigCheesy

          How can you have four 3rd conversions and three 4th down conversions, and a 48 yard touchdown on the same drive?

        • TheBigCheesy

          There was also that recent game in which he didn’t play….which is the only time the bears have beaten the packers in the last 4 years..

          • Waffle

            Yeah, i must have missed that one, Rodgers really must have shit the bed……

  • Irish Sweetness

    Articles schmarticles. Show me the football Jay. Show me drives occasionally, ones that end in scores.
    I’ll give him this season – he has reached the dimension we call ….. The Elway Point.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Just waatching the Eagles-Colts game.

    1. Agholor is a beast. His skinny routes are insane, dude is a baller.
    2. Know who’s still looking good? Miles Austin. We should have signed this guy. He’s on a 2.3 M one year contract. We couldn’t beat that?

  • Sactowns#1

    In light of the RGIII debacle, how long do you anticipate they keep Jay in tomorrow night?

    • BerwynBomber

      I don’t think it will dictate/change plans. As Hubby said this week, from RG to LT the Bears have one of the best O-lines in the NFL, the only weak point is the RT. And a weak RT is not enough to result in the all out jailbreak type pass rush that DET had on WASH last night.

    • BearDown100393

      About a quarter or less if the offense is clicking.

  • Sactowns#1

    Oh and thank you NFL Network for airing the Bears preseason game …at 4am on Sunday. wtf?

    • AlbertInTucson

      They air ALL the preseason games. They can’t hardly air them all LIVE.

      I understand there WILL be free REDZONE coverage of Saturday’s games so well probably be able to watch live video of Andrew Luck leading the Colts opening drive for a TD!

      • Sactowns#1

        I’m not asking for live I’m asking for something more reasonable than 4am.

        • AlbertInTucson

          Even edited down, the games take 3 hours.

          To get better times, the Bears have get to better on the field.

          • SC Dave

            This

        • AlbertInTucson

          OR, move to the Western time zone. It’ll only be 2am here.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Eagles kicked their ass last week – but the Eagles have a great D and ST.

  • BerwynBomber

    Piggybacking off Al’s post last night, either Washington’s Oline is horrendous or the Kittens won’t miss Suh (and Fairley) as much as we thought (or it is combination of the two). RGIII was hammered.

    If DET’s D holds up, they could be semi-dangerous. Yeah, Stafford has a good deal of Cutler in him but he pulled out some clutch wins last year and their O should be improved if only because of the presumed health of Megatron (who was dinged most of last year) and playing under the Caldwell system for another year.

    • AlbertInTucson

      From what I watched, I lean toward the ‘Skins line being horrendous, albeit, I believe, without their starting left tackle.

      • RG3 also got hammered in week 1 of the preseason, I believe.

    • Johnnywad

      I’m thinking we’re at the front end of Megatron’s decline. That knee they keep draining is going to just give up at some point. But yeah, if he’s healthy, they still stand to be dangerous. It appears they have a real running back now as well.

      • BerwynBomber

        Agree about ‘tron.

        Actually, their Bell/Riddick combination worked well last year. I suspect Abdullah, for now, will be plugged into the Reggie Bush role.

  • Bears-4-Ever

    “Let’s have Fun playing Football again.” No problem, start winning again and that should take care of it.

    • The GP

      Barring that, I have another answer:

      Honeybears. With big big knockers.

      • Johnnywad

        Now that, I can get behind.

        • SC Dave

          In more ways than one.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Winning. Fun.

      Losing. Not

  • willbest

    I think its pretty clear with Big Ben, Rivers, and presumably Eli all getting 65 mil guaranteed, and Cam pulling 31 million, Jay’s 32 million guaranteed was not a meaningful deterrent to teams who might have been interested. I suspect that unlike Marshall, where Pox was purging locker room cancer, they weren’t willing to just dump Cutler and just couldn’t come to terms.

    • BearDown100393

      Bears brass realized Jay would have the most fun in Chicago after all.

    • BerwynBomber

      Yeah, the most painful part of Cutler’s contract — $22M in ’14/highest-paid player in the league — is over. The remaining 32M was too big to swallow with nothing return.

      But if he craps the bed again Bears brass might decide to eat the final 16M and cut him loose. We’ll see.

      • Jay’s stock also has nowhere to go but up after Trestman and Kromer tried (with some success) to shit on him around the league to explain their own shortcomings.

        • The GP

          Let’s be honest: Jay handled that great. He went high road and stayed there.

          • off-field, Jay was the MVP last year. His media savvy through that whole debacle was incredible.

        • BerwynBomber

          Depends. If he delivers a season similar to ’14, his stock will go down. But the 1 year of guaranteed money (vs. 2) will still make him a ton more attractive than this off-season.

          Some teams (BUF, CLE, etc.) are still in QB no-man’s land and one year of Cutty (albeit overpriced) won’t seem a bad gamble.

          • that’s the crazy thing… depending on how you look at it, he’s not overpriced.
            If you want to say “more than 10% of the cap to a guy who’s just a solid QB is insane,” that’s fair, and he’s overpriced.

            But he’s not overpriced in terms of the QB market right now. Alex Smith, Andy Dalton, Ryan Tannehill, etc. are all making the same money as Cutler, many of them more. There are about 15 QBs with at least as much money as Cutler due them the next 3-4 years, and Cutler has the lowest guaranteed money left of any of them.

            There’s a glut of big QB contracts ($15-20M a year), and literally none (besides Luck, on his rookie deal) between about $5M and $15M a year. It’s insane. The market there has been so knocked out of whack.

            Realistically, if the top guys like Rodgers are getting $20M a year, then the next tier of guys (your Romos, Bens, etc.) should be in the $15-17M range, with it cascading down from there. Average guys like Smith, Dalton, Cutler, should be about $10M a year.

            But realistically that doesn’t happen because there are only 15-20 capable NFL QBs in the world, and so they all have a lot of leverage. If you have one of those guys, your team might suck, but you can also be a Super Bowl contender if you surround them with a great team. If you don’t have one of those guys, your team maxes out as a fringe playoff team, even with a great supporting cast (see Houston and Buffalo).

            This is a topic that has been interesting me for a while, I’ve been writing on it for over a year. I wonder at what point teams say enough and let a guy like Cutler, Dalton, Smith, etc. walk away instead of spending massive amounts of money on them. I also wonder if paying that much to a good-but-not-great QB locks you into mediocrity. Not one of the truly terrible teams (that have the top 2-3 picks every year), but not one of the true SB contenders (for the last 2 years the entire final 4 of the NFL have been either the “elite” Rodgers/Brady/Manning trio or a QB on a rookie deal).

          • BerwynBomber

            Yeah, you and I have been down this path before. Alex Smith is a good comp. But Dalton’s contract, I believe, did not have near the amount of guaranteed money that Jay’s did. (Btw, Dalton and Cutler are nearly identical in terms of career QR.) And sorry but I might take Tannenhill over Cutler at this point in their careers.

            But overall I agree with your last sentence. That is what l think would be the best/most realistic for the Bears and the QB position — the ability to pay Cutler something like $10M a year while also drafting and developing a young guy. I actually think Cutler would be a surprisingly good mentor, so long as the kid didn’t pick up his bad habits.

          • Cutler is that Alex Smith range. However, I still remember Alex Smith going toe-to-toe with Brees in the play-offs, and Cutler has yet to rise to that level in any must-win game.

            Pass on Dalton. He’d have to ride a great D to win a SB.

            Tannehil is interesting. I’d take him over Cutler only because of his age at this point, but he too struggles with throwing it deep.

            That small ball bullshit works during the regular, but in the playoffs, teams need a QB with an arm (Flacco, Wilson, Eli…) or a great Coach/QB tandem (Brees, Brady…)

            That’s why as great as Peyton is during the regular season, at this age his arm is about as weak as Dalton’s, and that’s why both keep losing in the playoffs against real DCs.

          • BerwynBomber

            Valid points. I would argue that both Brady’s and Bree’s arms were strong enough (don’t know if you were insinuating otherwise), especially in their primes. The Deflator, in fact, could really heave the freaking deep ball … cannon-like.

          • Irish Sweetness

            My memory of Alex Smith is of him being the worst QB in the NFL at one point. He didn’t complete a TD pass to a WR last season. He plays on a team that has an excellent running game and defense. The guy would have disappeared on a Bears roster.

  • TheBigCheesy

    LOL

  • FF ALERT OK, so the league in THEORY is full.

    Fres, My man, check your email (even the spam). Also, is your email higher or lower case?
    MBHP Ditto.
    Irish Trac has graciously said he’d give you his spot, and if not, he’s in.

    HOWEVER, you might have to stay up late in a dirty thai hotel for ONE night for the draft. Cuz here are the date/time.

    DRAFT DATE/TIME

    Last year I held it around the 3rd QRT of the 3rd PS game. My rational was that you’ll most likely be watching the game. Also, by then, most of the starters across the league have played their last snap, thus we know who’s inj or not. It seemed to work well, so I’m gonna do it again.

    SAT, AUG 29th, 8PM central

    It’s auction, and since it’s auction, it will last a while. At least an hour, maybe even two depending on how decisive and broke you fools are by the end. So keep that in mind. The draft is FUN. It’s only one time, so enjoy Bellamy going for $20.

    IF a player can’t do the draft on above date/time, lemme know.

    The alternate date time would be SUN, AUG 30th 12noon Central (or maybe I can set it for MON AUG 31st at 8pm Central), but I think the former would work out better.

    OK. That is all. Nothing to see here, move along…

    • The GP

      It is a lot of fun to nominate who goes next on the block. You can fuck with spending and have a laugh.

      If I get to choose the first player auctioned, I am totally going Greg Olsen.

      • Shhhh…he was my sleeper! Actually, TEs are always a clusterfuck.

        It is tons of fun. I LOOOOVE the draft. Nothing better than taking a guy for $2 when the other guy bidding only can put up $1! bwhahaha

        • Waffle

          that’s called pulling a “Waffle”

    • Sactowns#1

      7pm on a Saturday? I’ll hopefully be too busy with a broad but thankfully there is a mobile ap.

    • Irish Sweetness

      I’ll get up for a game, dude, not a draft.

  • Trac

    I don’t get why Jeff refuses to put this sideshow to bed. Why bring it up at this point in time? Blog hits? Can we move on from this soap opera and get back to football please?

    • BerwynBomber

      Blogfather claims to be tired of Cutler talk. But what he really is tired of is Cutler criticism. Cutler defending he could do half the year.

      • The GP

        Bears defending in general, really.

        • Trac

          Yeah but it just drums up the same old tired debate. Sigh…

          • Johnnywad

            I think it’s the fact that a media type didn’t just bury Cutler because its easy. I haven’t read many, if any, written from this angle. I’ve kind of assumed all along Cutler wasn’t the Antichrist, despite what is written over and over and over. Same old story, but the other side of it.

          • TheBigCheesy

            On twitter, I’m sure there are way more “Cutler sucks” posts than “Cutler is flawed but misunderstood posts.

            However, I’d wager that there are actually more genuine articles out there like this, than there are articles that exclusively slam him.

            It’s almost like professional journalists are responding to comments from the peanut gallery as if they were legitimate takes, and then crafting response articles to them (like this) hat Jeff would describe as “nuanced”.

            Cutler defending has become a cottage industry. It’s a fucking joke. The guy just keeps sinking lower and lower and lower. I have been as harsh a critic of Cutler as you’ll find, and even I could never have predicted he would become this big of an embarrassment. In the last 16 months, he’s been outplayed by Josh McCown, benched in favor of Jimmy Clausen, and he threw a boomerang off of his right guard’s helmet. He also went like 400 days without winning a game at soldier field.

            And yet, his supporters run to their favorite straw man: “Cutler’s attitude doesn’t suck! He’s just a competitor!”

            Who cares about his attitude? The guy FUCKING BLOWS

          • SC Dave

            Is the 400 day thing actually true?

          • TheBigCheesy

            yes

          • beninnorcal

            Yeah, we should just stick with Clausen, he’s waaaay better.

        • SC Dave

          Don’t remember him defending Forte or Gould. But maybe it’s because they are, like, good?

      • Dannehy Auto Parts also gives Cutler discounts.

        • The GP

          (Randy Savage voice) Oh yeaaaaah…. crank it uppppp….

          • “If I were coaching the Bears we’d get at least 10 wins…”
            True story.
            Fiero’s are still a thing in chi-town? lol

      • BearDown100393

        6 more months earns him a Jay follow on Twitter.

  • The GP

    Report: Jared Allen may be on IR for the Colts game. More to come…

    • dang. He needed the reps too. Or maybe this is one of those “vet” injuries, an excuse for the coaches to rest him and look at others without looking like pussies.

  • I could’ve written the article in one sentence:

    The “real” Jay Cutler. 12Ints, 4 fumbles, 25tds, 3,900 yds, 30 apathetic grimaces and shrugs, 2 cartons of Lucky Strikes, unfiltered .

  • The GP

    Fucking Jared, that soon-to-be cocksucker.

    Tried to hide his pedo hard drive in the yard. Fuck that, the Black Lab smells hard drives, asswipe!!!

    http://www.ajc.com/news/news/crime-law/dog-rare-skill-used-uncover-key-evidence-fogle-cas/nnN9J/

    • Reason 2,034, 567 why dogs are better than cats.

      • Waffle

        the cat would have walked over, sniffed it, said “fuck it i’m tired” and laid in the sun to take a nap.

      • SC Dave

        I think that was 2,043,576, actually

    • BearDown100393

      1st thought: Jared Allen.

  • Trac
  • The GP

    670 announces the pre and post game show line-up for game days:

    Hubby
    Olin K
    The Big Cat

    It’s Jeff’s dream team. 670 is on Tune-In Jeff!

  • The GP

    Is it funny or just insanely stupid?

    I laughed when Julio Jones just kept karate chopping that guy again and again….

    • I guess there was “No Karate Chop” clause in Julio’s contract.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Ad people are so far disconnected from reality it’s untrue.

  • The GP
  • The GP

    Is Viva still around? Give him a Hooah. Hooah!

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/21/europe/france-train-shooting/index.html

  • The GP

    Bruce Jenner got $25k for speaking engagements. Caitlyn gets $100k. What wage gap?

    • Sactowns#1

      I keep wondering, what if his sex change was all just a ploy to avoid men’s prison?

      • The GP

        Now that shit makes you go “hmmmm…”

      • wouldn’t he LIKE men’s prison?
        If I were to be sent to a woman’s prison, I’d be typing this from behind bars.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Caitlyn may still face a manslaughter charge for that traffic accident.

      Manslaughter.Kind of an ironic sounding charge for her.

  • The GP

    Great advice: “On Valentine’s Day, send your girl flowers anonymously. If she doesn’t mention anything, dump her ASAP.”

  • Jared will most likely NOT be receiving 5dolla foot longs in prison.
    In fact, to my surprise, pedos (or “chomos”) can do their time relatively in peace with their kin.

    http://www.vice.com/read/how-jared-fogle-will-get-treated-in-prison-820

    • BearDown100393

      Chomo. Chmura. Chomo. Chmura.

    • Waffle

      Jared’s going to be the Subway in that prison. Lot’s of trains running through that station.

  • The GP

    Butch, this one’s for you:

    “Opinions are like bedsheets. You only change them if it helps you get laid.”

    • haha, duly noted.

      I’m a firm believer that a chick knows if they will fuck you in the first 5 mins.
      As long as a homer doesn’t say anything insanely stupid like “I’m voting for Donald Trump” in the first month, dude’s should be good.

      Also, if she’s texting on any date, that usually means she’d rather be somewhere else but likes free meals.

      The more you know…

      • BearDown100393

        60 seconds

        • I think the attraction is that fast (or even faster), but chicks like to see how a guy carries himself too. Body language, vocabulary, wit, charm, etc.

          Personal example. I knew a girl, and we had a mutual friend. At first I thought she was with him. So I asked, cuz Butch don’t like sloppy seconds (mostly).

          “Nah,” she responded.” He’s a boy.” (Even thought they’re the same age. I’m older).

          Our mutual friend is tall, good looking. Kinda resembles Kutcher, actually.

          But, he sounds like Bill and Ted.

          Long story short, I banged her. She still calls me over for late night booty calls. She doesn’t even dress sometimes, just wears a black satin night gown and nothing under.

          Moral of the story. Don’t sound like a stoner.

          • Trac

            Hahaha. Total BS butch. The only thing they’re interested in is “WHAT” you’re carrying. Hahaha, dream on buddy…hahaha

          • That’s true too. Not mutually exclusive. Buddy Jesus thumbs up.

          • The GP

            If we don’t sin, Jesus died for nothing….

          • Came across this earlier. Kinda funny. Classic Ogden Nash.

            Portrait Of The Artist As A Prematurely Old Man

            It is common knowledge to every schoolboy and even every Bachelor of Arts,
            That all sin is divided into two parts.
            One kind of sin is called a sin of commission, and that is very important,
            And it is what you are doing when you are doing something you ortant,
            And the other kind of sin is just the opposite and is called a sin of
            — omission and is equally bad in the eyes of all right-thinking people,
            –from Billy Sunday to Buddha,
            And it consists of not having done something you shuddha.
            I might as well give you my opinion of these two kinds of sin as long as, in a way, –against each other we are pitting them,
            And that is, don’t bother your head about the sins of commission because
            –however sinful, they must at least be fun or else you wouldn’t be
            –committing them.
            It is the sin of omission, the second kind of sin,
            That lays eggs under your skin.
            The way you really get painfully bitten
            Is by the insurance you haven’t taken out and the checks you haven’t added
            –up the stubs of and the appointments you haven’t kept and the bills you
            –haven’t paid and the letters you haven’t written.
            Also, about sins of omission there is one particularly painful lack of beauty,
            Namely, it isn’t as though it had been a riotous red-letter day or night every time you –neglected to do your duty;
            You didn’t get a wicked forbidden thrill
            Every time you let a policy lapse or forget to pay a bill;
            You didn’t slap the lads in the tavern on the back and loudly cry Whee,
            Let’s all fail to write just one more letter before we go home, and this round of —unwritten letters is on me.
            No, you never get any fun
            Out of things you haven’t done,
            But they are the things that I do not like to be amid,
            Because the suitable things you didn’t do give you a lot more trouble than the –unsuitable things you did.
            The moral is that it is probably better not to sin at all, but if some kind of sin you must –be pursuing,
            Well, remember to do it by doing rather than by not doing.”

          • The GP

            No chick is as happy as she seems on Facebook, as sexy as she appears on Instagram, or as funny as she is on Twitter.

          • You are a wordsmith, sir. I will quote you on that.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Peel off the fake eyelashes, ‘big eyes’, hair extensions, boob-filler chicken fillets. The amount of crap left on the floor is inversely proportional to her actual value to you.

          • willbest

            That last one is brutal since, people are only 1/10th as funny on twitter as they think they are.

          • BearDown100393

            Missing $ in that 1st paragraph.

          • That depends on what kinda girls a guy targets.
            If you’re going for the 9-10s, you’re in for a world of hurt.

            1. They tend to be selfish
            2. They tend to be dumb
            3. They expect to be taken care of
            4. They’re really not that great in bed.

            Grand generalizations, but more often than not, true in Butch’s experience.

            If they’re older and have a kid, it’s a lil different.

            Personally, I target solid 7-8s.

            I’l let MB spend the Nigerian GNP on 9-10poon

          • The GP

            On Valentine’s Day, Butch sends his current flame flowers with a card that says ‘Congratulations’.

          • Trac

            Bingo, that was my point. Specially in Cali. Every broad there usually got around to asking how much do you make and what kind of car do you drive before the 1st date.

          • Irish Sweetness

            I endorse this broadcast … man.

      • The GP
  • The GP

    Trac, I got one for you buddy:

    Teach a man to fish and he’ll still vote for the guy that gave him a fish.

    • Trac

      Say what? Nobody fishes anymore.

      • beninnorcal

        I do

        • Trac

          legend(key)
          fish=work
          nobody=few

    • Waffle

      especially if that fish is good for food AND booze!

      • Trac

        Hahahaha

    • AlbertInTucson

      Especially the fish comes with a free cell phone.

  • SC Dave

    Still wondering why I should like a Prisco puff piece, other than the alliteration of calling it what it is.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Eli looking for top-tier cash is funny. A 34 year old who thinks his two rings are worth something now.

    • willbest

      Rivers and Ben just got top tier cash. Why shouldn’t he.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Wow, see any of the Jets game? Giving up our second rounder to jump up and get Williams would have been a great move. 5 tackles, 3 QB hits, 3 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks. I don’t know how many plays he saw. He lives in the backfield. Lawrence Taylor shit.

    Brandon looked great too. Fitzy has some weapons – if they can run the ball they’re a dark horse this year.

    Man, Leonard, damn. So close, but not really.

  • Trac
  • Trac

    I’d much rather talk about McMahon than Cutty.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/08/21/jim-mcmahon-i-know-belichick-is-a-liar-probably-a-cheater-too/

    At least until Jay Cutler learns how to win.

  • Trac

    It’s so tranquil and calm without Bill & Barb. It’s too bad.

    • Huge Bear’s Penis

      why tempt fate???

    • I think barb is trolling Data now. He said he’d get off da blog if White was drafted, so how could any of us truly complain?

      • beninnorcal

        I missed that happening. Can’t say I miss that guy much.

      • Trac

        Barb the impaler! Hahaha. He so reminded me of Steve Martin’s wild and crazy guy act.

        One poster cracked me up with his characterization of Barb when he told barb to shut the hell up and go back to his smoke filled dreary Romanian disco hang out.

    • beninnorcal

      What happened to Bill?

      • Trac

        Jeff insulted him with his high brow mentality so he checked out of da blog and into a retirement home.

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