It’s not a toughness problem that’s plaguing former Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler.
Vic, read Neil Hayes. Chicago Sun Times today!
Cutler is Carmello’s brother.
Thanks for the comment! I agree, Jay is a good player, but needs to improve his image.
Jay has never been arrested for a DUI, has never been charged with illegal gun possession. He has never beaten or abused his wife or girlfriend. The biggest problem people seem to have with him, is he “smirks”, or isn’t terrible quote-worthy when it comes to the press. I don’t understand why he is treated like such a pariah.
On the subjects of Elway and Cutler, Denver fans are nearly blind. Thanks for the dose of reality. Imagine John Elway leaving a championship game for a thigh bruise! EGAD!!!!!!!!
I agree with you Vic, it’s not his Physical toughness. I used to work security at Invesco, and the Fan Fair events and I seen the rudeness of Cutler towards a child of special needs during a signing session, his attitude was not to sign the kids jersey, but to pass him off to Winborn and Woodyard, and that’s how he acted when he didn’t like what was around him. He is a cry baby when things are not going his way, he pouts. Just like in the game on Sunday, he didn’t leave because he was hurt, he left because the Bears were loosing and he didn’t want to be the scape goat, but he set himself up for everything he is getting using the injury as his excuse, because if the Bears would have been winning he would have stayed in the game even with the injury. He is tough physically but needs to grow up and stop acting like a cry baby when things are not going his way.
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