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Even on his way out, Jay Cutler Is Unappreciated

| March 12th, 2017

Editor’s Note: This will likely be the last column about Jay Cutler to appear on this blog after the last 9 years of intense conversation and debate. I’d like to thank Jay for everything he gave this organization. He played the toughest game on earth, played it broken half the time, and then had to deal with a city and media that never gave him a fair shot. I wish him nothing but success moving forward. -JH.


Brad Biggs just couldn’t help himself, couldn’t hide his bias. In a story that was supposed to be about praising new Bears quarterback Mike Glennon, the Tribune reporter decided to take two shots as Cutler as he prepares to leave town – questioning his leadership and production.

The Bears didn’t win enough games with Cutler. He didn’t put up monster statistics. But Cutler was a good quarterback for a team that has never had good quarterbacks and now we all have to go back and see how the other half lives.

Jay Cutler will exit Chicago without any appreciation for how he played for the Bears.

Before the Bears were able to trade for Cutler, the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins were both pursuing him hard. The Vikings thought they had him. Washington fell short only because the Broncos preferred Kyle Orton to Jason Campbell. The Bears won and the other two teams still don’t know what their long-term solutions are at the position.

Including trades, the Vikings have spent three first round picks, two more fourth rounders and gone on two Favre watches to try and get a quarterback. Since 2009, their QBs have topped 20 touchdowns just once. They’ve gone from one great year with Brett Favre to the likes of Donovan McNabb, Christian Ponder, Joe Webb, Teddy Bridgewater and now Sam Bradford.

The Redskins spent three first round picks to trade for a sure thing in Robert Griffin III. That came after they traded for Donovan McNabb. They’ve also had Campbell, John Beck and Rex Grossman start before Kirk Cousins took over the job at the start of last year. And now, it’s not much of a secret that Cousins wants out of town to go to the 49ers.

Do we have to go through the 49ers QB history since they lost Jeff Garcia? Or how about the 16 or so other teams who have had a revolving door while the Bears have been able to head into every season with Cutler?

Finding a good quarterback is tough. Replacing one can take a decade. Something we, as Bears fans should know very well but seem to have forgotten completely.

Biggs insinuated Glennon’s leadership is going to be better than Cutler’s, even though we’ve never really seen Glennon in a pressure situation against a blitzing Dom Capers defense with no blocking. Cutler is and has been well-respected in the locker room and, as the guys who are getting rid of him are very quick to point out, has been elected team captain the last two years. Cutler’s leadership is questioned because his teams haven’t won. Saying Glennon will automatically be better without realizing his teams went 5-13 is just blind.

Biggs also said if Glennon were even 80% Matt Ryan the Bears would be “on a better path” – a comment displaying zero thought outside of his and the Trib’s anti-Cutler agenda.

Twelve months ago, Falcons fans were just as split about Ryan as Bears fans have been about Cutler. 80% of Ryan is Cutler’s 2015 season butRyan has had the likes of Julio Jones, Tony Gonzales and Roddy White, while Cutler has threw to Josh Bellamy, Marquess Wilson and Marc Mariani.

Yes Cutler throws too many interceptions. No, the Bears haven’t won enough games. But as inconsistent as Cutler has been at times, he’s still been arguably their most consistent player since he came to the team in 2009.

If you don’t think bringing in Cutler was a good move for the Bears, look around the league. He will be missed by this organization.

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  • Irish Sweetness

    I’ll miss ya Cutty …. let the haters in the media go write about Long’s tweet. No story there. Hope you get your ring.

    I wish Mike well, and he has some decent targets now, but indeed, he does ride at 5-13. Let’s see if we can get that to 17-17 by season’s end.

  • willbest

    Cutler is part of that inconsistency. People around here like to equate QB leadership with wins. As if Rodgers isn’t a whiny bitch. Rodgers only “leadership” skill is an amazing ability to bail grimus out of his own stupidity. That isn’t leadership. That is pure football IQ.

  • Johnnywad

    Wow. I just don’t get it.

    Every QB in the league save for two or three has ups and downs with the city.

    To say Cutler wasn’t “appreciated” completely misses the mark. Plenty of people appreciated him. Especially Phil Emery when he gave him a $100M plus contract for seven years.

    I myself was a Cutty supporter until Tampa Bay last season. Even now, I don’t wish the guy ill will. I’m just ready to move on. Throwing inconsistent play aside, his body is breaking down. It’s just time.

    Not sure why he needs a parade when he got ten of millions of dollars to play a game he loved playing.

    • Sahr Gborie

      He does not need a parade but he deserves respect for the work he put in even if he did not give us the results we expected/wanted. He is Eli without the rings.

      • Johnnywad

        You think he’s sitting at home reading hate mail or something? He couldn’t give less of a shit about some imaginary perceived level of respect from a bunch of strangers. Jay Cutler will be just fine.

        • Irish Sweetness

          He just has to check his bank balance online. Who could be mad?

      • CanadaBear

        But Eli has two rings and Cutler has his walking papers. Not really the same at all.

    • DaMurph

      Tampa was rough, it’s the game I kinda threw the towel in too.

      • SC Dave

        I threw in the towel on Cutler long ago – too many disasters against Green Bay for me to stomach.

        That said, he was our QB, and he did okay. Better than any we had for quite some time.

        Hopefully, he’ll have one more shot to help turn a team into something special. I’m not actually sure he can do that, but if he does, I’ll be happy for him.

  • BearDown100393

    Jay Cutler’s greatest crime was not running to Twitter or the nearest reporter to market himself. He didn’t play that particular game. He didn’t care what others said outside the locker room. He was a throwback in the truest sense, playing for a throwback city that should have known better. Sure he earned a nice contract. Sure things didn’t always turn out on the field. But he never pretended to be anyone but himself. Perimeter type fans turned on him. The true ones never did despite the best attempts of the media to portray him in the worst light possible simply because he was not modern copy. And now he is gone. Replaced by an affable giraffe. History will prove whether it was truly his time to go or not. Kyle Long is a warrior. That cannot be disputed. And his word counts a hell of a lot more than the sideline uncommitted critics here and elsewhere. Because whether we collectively want to admit it or not, Mike Glennon and others to follow, have a hell of a tough act to follow. As to Jay, best of luck. You did alright.

    • Irish Sweetness

      I think the media gave him a hard time because he gave them the middle finger. Jay didn’t do his PR very well, because he thought “Fuck those guys”. And he was right.

  • Sahr Gborie

    Good luck Cutty unless it’s against us. You had good and bad moments. It was never all your fault. I’m surprised you never asked to be released after Lovie was fired.

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      some of his INTs were all his fault.

  • Bobby Douglass

    I was excited when we got him, and he gave my beloved orange and navy a real NFL QB for a goodly while. Thanks Jay, even if you didn’t almost run for 1000 yards in a season.

  • leftcoastdave

    While the year and the opponent escape memory, I cannot forget the play where Cutty was flushed from the pocket, ran right and while still trying to hit a target for the first down took an evil hit which took him out of the game. I’m sure someone on the board will recall the game. I hope he lands in Houston and takes them to the SB for a ring.

    Like I’ve said, I thought we should keep Cutty, Barkley and Shaw with a draft in the fourth. That said, my second favorite team will be wherever Cutty lands, number three Barkley. They both have heart.

    • Big Mike

      If he lands with Houston, that would be awesome.

      • SC Dave

        Actually, I’d love to see that. For better or worse, NO one could say that is was not every opportunity a QB needs to be “the man”. ONLY his play could stop him.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Me too Dave. It’s either NYJ or HOU, but HOU might be the best place for him. Hope he gets them a ring, if it isn’t us.

  • MB30SD

    Dooooooonn’t Caaaaaaare.

    I pulled my rearview mirror off my Bearsmobile because it’s nice but totally fucking useless when trying to get to the super bowl… but my mobile does have a massive windshield.

    Who are we picking up next?

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      good, maybe we can quit hearing about deltas and that crap you spewed about the other crappy QBs we had last year.

      • MB30SD

        Sure.

  • MB30SD

    Pps, if anyone wants to unappreciate (deappreciate?) ME for $100M, please send me a DBB DM immediately.

  • Big Mike

    Thanks Jeff. Easy to hate the QB. Fuck brad biggs. Laziest journalist in all of sports

    • MB30SD

      Well yeah, that too.

      You spelled “fatest” wrong

      • Big Mike

        BigMike doesn’t make fun of fat people. I’m a big man. I’m not a sloth, but there’s an extra 20lbs on this old man.

        • MB30SD

          Fair Mike.

          I do… Although I’m def carrying an extra 5-10 right now

          • Big Mike

            It a lame excuse, but I spent years gaining weight to play ball. Really never lost it, it just went from my chest and shoulders to my gut and 30 years of good life and a healthy dose of “ah fuck it”. Well there you have it.

          • MB30SD

            Yep… The discipline is always the hardest part. Damn hard to keep it up man.

          • MB30SD

            That said, biggsy is a slob

          • CanadaBear

            Biggsy looks like he could stroke out tomorrow. We all kinda laugh about it and a lot of us didn’t exactly treat the temple very well when we were young. Once you hit 50 all that shit comes home to roost. All those really obese people start dying or have terrible complications from their neglect. It ain’t pretty after 50 and just gets worse as you go forward.

          • MB30SD

            Yep

          • Irish Sweetness

            Yup, it’s hard getting older when you weigh the right weight. Doing it when you’re obese ….. well, it’s a choice.

          • CanadaBear

            All I can tell you Mike is find some form of cardio you like (for me, cycling) and push yourself to lift weights to keep your muscles toned. Once you get older (read hit 50) things go to hell in a handbasket. I’m still overweight but I’m pretty solid. The key is to find some form of cardio you like. That’s not easy. I’m guessing you’re over 2 bills so running might be really hard on you. Good luck fighting the good fight!

          • Big Mike

            CB, I’m real active. I get 10-15k steps per day. Work out 2-3x a week (cardio, stretching) During the football season, I’m coaching 2-3 hours a night. Good blood pressure, heart rate etc. Calories man, it’s calories. Too many.

          • CanadaBear

            I hear ya! Good on ya for having a workout regimen. I’ve found that my metabolism without exercising is around 1200 calories/day. That’s grim. It just keeps getting worse. I’ve cut out a lot of the worst of it but pizza, chips and chocolate are always calling. Fuckers!!!!!!!!!

          • Irish Sweetness

            Here’s hope C-Bear. On the weekends, my missus gets me 4 iced donuts. I come down about 9 on a saturday morning, and have two with coffee. Later on, I’ll have one with coffee and then again in the evening. There’s my 1200 calories. I’ll normally do the same thing on the Sunday. My weekend … 8 iced donuts. But that will be it, so no weight gain. During the week, no dinners.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Chocolate is good. ice cream is good.

          • MB30SD

            85% of it all

          • SC Dave

            I was going to say it’s 90% what you eat, but maybe 85% a bit more like it.

          • MB30SD

            Supposedly, 85%, but the point is made regardless of the actual number. It’s most of it.

          • SC Dave

            I’m 58 and about 10-12 pounds over my preferred weight (I’m 5’10″+ and about 184ish). Peers laugh at me when I say that, because I don’t have much of a gut and certainly not one typical of late 50s American males. But to me, well…

          • CanadaBear

            My bike riding buddy is about the same size, He’s always taken care of himself. I’ve always admired his dedication. It ain’t easy. If you can just find that one form of exercise that you actually love, then it’s all about diet. I know you do a lot of hiking. I’m looking forward to this recovery so I can do the same. Love the peace and quiet.

          • Irish Sweetness

            10 pounds is nothing Dave, you could lose that without the exercise. That’s just a rethink of your diet.

          • Irish Sweetness

            I do jack shit in cardio and I lost a bunch of weight. Just change your eating habits, cut a meal a day out, and see how you go.

          • CanadaBear

            Sounds familiar.

          • DaMurph

            Noooooo, not you!

        • willbest

          Isn’t there an extra 20lbs on everybody over 30?

          • MB30SD

            No

          • willbest

            Oh right you live in San Diego.

          • MB30SD

            Yep. The land of the beautiful… And botoxed to the gills (or lips and faces?

          • Irish Sweetness

            Uh uh. 45 this week and I’ve never been lighter.

            Mind you that’s probably cancer ….

      • Johnnywad

        So did you.

        • MB30SD

          I know. I got sick of my phone auto-correcting to that and me changing it back just to be auto-corrected again.

    • willbest

      AD article. Jeff is all aboard the Glennon bandwagon.

    • SC Dave

      Thinking burns a lot of calories. That Brad could use a little help in that department is rather obvious, eh?

  • Cormonster

    I always liked Cutler, but I guess it’s time to move on. My respect for him as a player actually grew quite a bit as the years went along. He was a tough SOB and I never bought into the media narrative that he just doesn’t give a shit. The Cutler Derangement Syndrome of the Chicago media in late 2014 was so over the top I’ve banned all Chicago sports media ever since. Cutler wasn’t a great QB in Chicago, but I always felt he was good enough to win a SB if they had a good team around him.

    I’d also like to give some props to Cutler for playing with Type 1 diabetes. That couldn’t have been an easy adjustment to make early in his career. If you look at the list of pro athletes to play with this disease,at a high level it’s a pretty small one. My Mom has diabetes and I’ve seen how quickly it can affect a person when their blood sugar level gets messed up. To Cutler’s credit, I don’t ever remember him using that as an excuse for poor performance. I thought Madden had the best take on this issue regarding Cutler in this interview.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg59d5-fkVU

    • Irish Sweetness

      Well put, Cor.

      • Cormonster

        Thanks Irish.

  • TBC

    Bullied by the media.
    Humiliated by the rival franchise.
    Worshipped by the almighty turnover.

    Jettisoned by Josh McDaniels.
    Second guessed by Jerry Angelo.
    Betrayed by Aaron Kromer.
    Discarded by Ryan Pace.

    Insulted by Brian Urlacher.
    Mocked by Charles Woodson.
    Questioned by Maurice Jones-Drew.
    Disowned by Brandon Marshall.
    Called out by Martellus Bennett.

    Nearly redeemed by Caleb Hanie.
    Outplayed by Josh McCown.
    Benched for Jimmy Clausen.
    Locked in the infirmary because of Brian Hoyer.
    Cut in favor of Mike Glennon.

    Championed by dabearsblog.

    • MB30SD

      You just forgot, “reviled and belittled by nanny McPhee”

  • Cormonster

    OT: I watched a great documentary on Netflix last night called The Battered Bastards of Baseball. I highly recommend it to even casual baseball fans or ex baseball fans. Very entertaining story about a Class A team in the 1970’s called the Portland Mavericks who were the last independent team in the minors who were not part of a major league team’s farm system. Shut up MB, even non-baseball fans will appreciate it.

    • That Guy

      Have not seen it, but apparently Kurt Russell is somehow involved when he played (or his Dad maybe?)

      • Cormonster

        Kurt’s Dad is the one who started and owned the team, and Kurt played on it for a year or two. His Dad is a fascinating person. The whole documentary is really well done.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Kurt seems like a really nice dude.

          • Cormonster

            He does seem pretty cool, unlike your typical pretentious Hollywood actors and actresses.

  • CanadaBear

    FFS I hope this is the last poor, poor, pitiful me column. Most fans gave him tons of opportunities to be their fave player and he literally gave those away over and over again. Nothing against the guy, I was one of his backers until he threw the INT to the fat guy in Buffalo. He was treated better than the Sex Cannon so there’s that.

    • BerwynBomber

      Yeah, I’ll never quite get the victimization of Jay Cutler fanhood.

      • CanadaBear

        Your epiphany was sooner than mine but at some point this stuff is crazy. He’s a pro athlete that has made $100+ million from the Bears. Shouldn’t that be enough?

        • MB30SD

          Fuck. Yes.

        • BerwynBomber

          I expected a love note to him on DBB, which is fine, but the whole Biggs/Trib whine is childish, and the city and organization did him wrong crap is exhausting, not to mention mostly wrong-headed.

    • willbest

      He was better than Sex Cannon. Why pile on? What value does it add to the current analysis of the team. The comment section should go nuts, but there is an OpEd page if a reporter wants to make cheap shots.

      • CanadaBear

        Not getting your point. Almost every sportswriter throws opinions in articles these days. They are all basically private contractors.

        • willbest

          Modern journalism.

        • SC Dave

          To say nothing of news anchors.

      • BerwynBomber

        So Biggs is not supposed to mention Cutler in regard to incoming Glennon? That’s just daft. And saying that Cutler’s production and leadership weren’t all that is hardly “cheap shots”. Seems to be a matter of record.

        • MB30SD

          Daft… punk

        • willbest

          Why is Cutler relevant to Glennon? Does Glennon have a production and leadership in abundance? Are those the two aspects of Glennon that made it easy to select him over Cutler?

          • BerwynBomber

            Because Glennon is filling his shoes and Cutler was the biggest athlete in Chicago in the last nine years.

            The fact that you guys think Biggs should not even be allowed to mention Cutler in a piece about Glennon says more about you guys than it does Biggs.

        • Irish Sweetness

          But the leadership thing was always bullshit as evidenced by Long’s tweet among other things. it just wasn’t true.

  • BerwynBomber

    Biggs and the Trib have an anti-Cutler agenda? Honestly, at that point you need a chill pill.

    • willbest

      No doubt, Cutler is no longer a Bear so why would a Bear beat reporter mention him unless Jay said something about the Bears or just a status note that he retired or signed with XYZ.

      • BerwynBomber

        Because he was arguably the biggest Chicago athlete in the last nine years and he is writing about a guy who will fill his shoes?

        • willbest

          I think that was Derrick Rose. But then I see your point. The weaker you make Cutler the easier it is for Glennon.

          • BerwynBomber

            Has nothing to do with making it easy for Glennon. It’s just reporting what went down prior to Glennon’s arrival.

            Glennon will ultimately be judged by what he does on the field. Not by his looks. The size of his neck. Or Jay Cutler.

    • TBC

      Reality has an Anti-Cutler agenda.

      • BerwynBomber

        In regard to a majority of his fans … yup …

      • willbest

        Shouldn’t you be in mourning still at the loss of the 3rd greatest QB in franchise history?

  • MB30SD

    Sooooo, moving on…

    Are we going to take anymore FAs?

    • That Guy

      I expect the Bears to sign a half dozen more guys between now and the draft. Some of them will be camp bodies – vets that can compete for a spot that management hopes will go to a rookie. Some of them will be depth. Maybe we get one more starter.

      Post-draft there will be a “third wave” of FAs. They may also yield us a starter.

      There are still a lot of good players looking for work.

  • leftcoastdave

    LB, hopefully, but who?

  • I have defended Cutler for most of his tenure here. Did not have a strong defense, and OCs that would not commit to the run. But come on, y’all, the packers KNEW and SAID “Jay will throw us one” every time we played them. He was (I think he retires) an above average NFL QB. He needed big WRs like marshall and alshon because he loves to throw 50/50 balls. yeah, well half the time the defender comes up with those. Interceptions in the red zone are especially galling. And nobody remembers that Jay is type 1 diabetic-I wonder if some of the picks he threw were due to mood swings tied to blood sugar?

    Jay is a good guy and great teammate, he’s just not Brady or Rodgers. Being one of the best Bears QBs in history is damning him with faint praise. Jimmy Mac, Harbaugh, Eric Kramer, and even Jim Miller were better, IMHO. So Jay, love ya bro go enjoy your money and beautiful family.

    • MB30SD

      I agree with you about his retirement.

      why in thee fuck would he stay to take more beatings on and off the field

      • CanadaBear

        If Houston comes calling, he’s answering.

        • BerwynBomber

          And if Romo doesn’t choose HOU he is as big a moron as Alshon.

          • CanadaBear

            If Jerry sticks to his trade demand for Romo it might open the door for Jay. Jerry is just like the pols that tell you how much they love and respect the military and then turn around and do everything in their power to not help them when they return from service.

          • BerwynBomber

            Said this the other day, but whoever ends up in HOU probably has the fourth best supporting cast in the NFL after NE, DAL and ATL.

            There is a reason guys like Shaub, Yates, Hoyer and Oz have all “guided” them to the playoffs.

            But I could see Romo buying Elway’s shtick. Good luck, though, with that Oline and the cold weather.

        • MB30SD

          He won’t make it a whole season man. Injuries don’t get better/easier the older you get. You know this first hand

          • CanadaBear

            I’m not disagreeing with ya but if you were Jay you would jump at that chance. A 1-year window to redeem his entire career. I wish him well and hope he doesn’t get permanently broken.

          • MB30SD

            Totally, go for it… I just don’t care. He’s not a bear anymore

        • Jay will be the Romo consolation prize.

  • CanadaBear

    The weird thing is his pocket awareness would come and go. Sometimes he looked clairvoyant and other times he looked clueless. It was definitely a game by game deal. You never knew what you were going to get.

    • MB30SD

      Concussions? The diabeetus? Guy was a rollercoaster and just wore me out man… Going from jumping up and down to wanting to throw something through the TV the very next play is tiring.

      That’s why a guy like steady cuck house was so nice. Yeah, he wasn’t going to throw the 60 yard bomb Rd, bit he wasn’t going to throw it to hall 5 times in one game or hold the ball like a poisonous loaf of bread while getting chased for a sack.

      • Irish Sweetness

        The DeAngelo Hall game is hard to forget. Sheer brazen-ness.

        • MB30SD

          and sheer turribleness.

  • BerwynBomber

    DET signs TJ Lang.

  • That Guy

    Here’s the way I see it: Cutler and Jeffery were good players. But the team won 3 games. You can’t keep that foundation and expect to see big improvement.

    Personally, I would take Cutler over Glennon any day of the week. But management felt they had to do something. Glennon’s deal is for starter money, but they’re hoping he loses the job by next year. The question is to who? I feel they could have had the same attitude with Jay, but maybe they’ll let Glennon take the locker room heat and allow for an easier decision when its the rookie’s turn to step up.

    I always liked Jay though. I think Biggs’s column was in poor taste. I think Cutler on the Texans is a Superbowl contender. And I wish the guy nothing but the best.

    • CanadaBear

      The issue for the Bears was how to try and sell year 9 of Cutler.

      • BerwynBomber

        Glennon also gives you two rolls of the finding your future QB dice (Glennon and a draft pick).

        Cutler would have only provided one (draft pick).

        • That Guy

          That assumes that Glennon could be the guy. I do not believe that he has that potential any more than Cutler had the potential for a career year or two.

      • That Guy

        You look at this FA class so far and you think they’re worried about selling the roster?

        • CanadaBear

          With Cutler at the helm, yes.

  • Good stuff Andrew.

    Cutler wasn’t great. He wasn’t bad. He was solid and stabilized the position for 8 years.

    The time is right to move on, and move on they did. But there’s zero guarantee the next guy will be better, or even as good. Hopefully they get it right sooner rather than later.

  • willbest

    Lions sign TJ Lang. They are serious about protecting Stafford.

  • BuddhaJoe

    He was a good QB who turned the ball over too much to be great. Sadly, that’s likely much better than what the Bears are liable to get as a replacement. Good luck Giraffe Boy!

    • CanadaBear

      Don’t underestimate all those TO’s from Jay. 139 in 8 years (Ints + lost fumbles).

  • kurt6009

    Nothing to see here…Brad Briggs and the tribune are fake news. Quit clicking on that Stephen A Smith wanna be a long time ago.

  • BearDown100393

    Glennon is not an upgrade.

  • BerwynBomber

    NYG signs DJ Fluker, former #11 overall OL.

  • AlbertInTucson

    Hello, Kendall Wright.

    Goodbye, Eddie Royal…?

  • willbest

    Why in the fuck is March colder than February?

    • AlbertInTucson

      Just another one of Mothers Nature’s ways of screwing with you.

    • BerwynBomber

      Because February was like April this year.

      March feels like … March.

    • BearDown100393

      Giraffes hate the cold.

      • MB30SD

        Your knowledge of giraffe biology is staggering

        • BearDown100393

          They also get their legs tangled up when scrambling.

          • MB30SD

            Interesting.

            You know they have to splay their legs to drink: https://goo.gl/images/hsDUS0

          • BearDown100393

            Same position for taking a snap.

          • MB30SD

            …And doggie

          • DaMurph

            Do your women need to splay their legs for u?

          • MB30SD

            jes

      • Irish Sweetness

        They can kick the shit out of a tiger though. Or maybe it’s cheetahs …

  • SC Dave

    Awesome. And yes, I look back too much. But my avatar should have been telling you *something* all these months.

  • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

    sounds like we getting an article from Data tomorrow. can’t wait.

    DaBearsBlog‏ @dabearsblog
    “I just edited @Johnathan_Wood1’s piece for DBB tomorrow. I haven’t taken a science class in 20 years. I feel like I just did. #5DaysTilBooze”

    P.S. everyone brace yourselves for the incoming horde of JWood followers.

    • Bender McLugh

      Some area already here it seems

      • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

        I saw that, they just provide proof some people should not be allowed breed.

        • SC Dave

          Just don’t feed them, please.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Is it going to be a statistical analysis of every pass ever thrown by Cutty? Can’t we just send him a card?

  • MB30SD

    Hey Jeff… You should just quit for good. A drink here or there is good, but in general.

    Why not?

  • Cubsnlinux

    Pilot or Odyssey?

  • MB30SD

    Data, your trolls are fucking painful man. Just wow.

    • BearDown100393

      aka the secret society of trolls dropped head first by squatting birthing cows

    • SC Dave

      You mean the “This user is blocked.” poster?

      • Irish Sweetness

        Heh heh. That’s all I can see ….

      • MB30SD

        done.

    • Don’t think he’s one of mine.

      • MB30SD

        Phew. So he’s just some random asshole. Huh?!

  • SC Dave

    Oh come on guys… you’re not really going to feed those pathetic things, are you?

    • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

      yes because we are just immature little boys that desperately need hugs from our mommies.

    • SC Dave

      Oh, and by the way, it’s really easy to block people.

      • “Modestly” Huge Bears Penis

        d u m b.

  • BerwynBomber

    So the Cheese have signed 4 O FAs and 1 D FA. But year in and year out, they seem to ultimately fall short because of a mediocre or crappy D.

    Yup, Ted Thompson = genius.

    Though he might have been smart to let Lang walk. DET paid a pretty penny for him.

  • MB30SD

    anyone see Assassin’s creed (the movie with hassleandbacker)?

    worth the watch (and the $15)?

    • Bender McLugh

      Haven’t seen that yet. Saw Logan Friday, incredible movie

      • MB30SD

        nice. Was planing on that one.

        btw, you were no help whatsoever. hahaha love you maings.

  • evantonio

    looks like i missed some fun today. who’s the new guy that repeats posts and insults and puts ketchup on his steak?

    • willbest

      I kind of feel like Cheesy got a proper handle.

      • willbest

        Oh I change my vote. It’s GP.

      • evantonio

        eh. cheesy ain’t never been scared to be himself.

  • MB30SD

    You guys watch the prime show Patriot?

    Kinda good/interesting

  • Irish Sweetness

    We signed Reuben Randle??? This shit is off the chain …

    http://www.chicagobears.com/team/roster.html

    • evantonio

      signed him to a future’s contract back in january. not really worthy of a headline, i guess.

  • George McGuire

    He was better than most anything they’ve had in the past. I’ll miss him, he was a good QB and a great person on and off the field.

  • Michael Bradbury

    He wasnt’ good enough to pull us out of the malaise thats BEEN our team for the past 5+ years. That is his big sin.

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