Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Chicago longing for the Mike Tomczak era?

Jay Cutler, Chicago Bear QB and possessor of both a sprained MCL and questionable mopey expression on the sidelines during the Bears' loss to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game was reported to have taken the stairs instead of the elevator at a Chicago steak house after the game.

Deadspin commenters take it from there...

Donnie Iris: Things got ugly when his girlfriend sent her steak back to the kitchen and said, "This thing is tougher than my date."

norbizness: What a disgrace to the enduring legacy of stalwart Bears starting QBs, including Mike Phipps, Vince Evans, Bob Avellini, Jim McMahon, Steve Fuller, Rusty Lisch, Greg Landry, Mike Tomczak, Doug Flutie, Peter Tom Willis, Will Furrer, Erik Kramer, Steve Walsh. Dave Kreig, Rick Mirer, Steve Stenstrom, Moses Moreno, Shane Matthews, Cade McNown, Jim Miller, Chris Chandler, Henry Burris, Kordell Stewart, Rex Grossman, Jonathan Quinn, Craig Krenzel, Chad Hutchinson, Kyle Orton, and Brian Griese.

Smooth JA: If Cutler wants to lose this image of being a petulant, heartless, a**hole, he's going to need to start fighting some dogs or raping women so that when he comes back to the league, people will talk about how he's a much better person now.

Hatey McLife: Lawrence Philips just chimed in that stairs are for girls

Whiskerbrisket: ...and our spies tell us that he took the stairs rather than the elevator.

"Big deal."



Road Dawg said...

What?!?!?! You give these losers ink over the Champions? No burgers for you at Bdaddy's party unless you give some time to America's team!

I was surprized at the seeming lack of interest Cutler had in the remainder of the game. Rather than gimping around the sidelines screaming himself hoarse with encouragement, he sat dejected on the bench like a little bitch.

This game had too much history behind it for him to be such a worthless adversary. I'm with "norbizness", what a disgrace. It came close to tarnishing our victory.

Dean said...

I figured you'd revel in the "Quit-ler" angle.

No matter... I will be down for rooting for the Pack even if I won't be able to resist the Steelers getting 2-1/2.

Road Dawg said...

Philly & Atlanta had odds too.

And no reveling, I wanted a clean win with the Bears playing their best game. Chicago's a mean town, I don't know if they have the capacity to forgive him.

Dean said...

The Packers are a better team with or without Cutler.

You got a clean game. Injuries happen.

Cutler goes 13-3 next year and goes to the Super Bowl, no one will remember what happened on Sunday.

Hasn't Michael Vick and Ben Therapist taught us that?

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