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Defending the Indefensible


If I'm an a-hole and a jerk, fine, let's get that out in the open.

 

With that said, I rejoiced when Jay Cutler failed in the NFC Championship Game. 

 

Much to my hopes, Cutler will never be a championship quarterback. Some signal-callers have it and others don't.

 

Statistically speaking, Dan Marino is the greatest QB of all time (Favre's stats pale in comparison to Dan the Man's if you compare them season-by-season) and within a few short years, this mantle will fall upon Peyton Manning.

 

However, for this triumvirate of signal-calling greats, there are 2 championships although Peyton still has time for more.

 

As a statistician, it pains me to admit this, but there is more to this illustrious game than facts and figures.

 

Cutler bewitches the masses with his rocket arm and his immaturity, as only Jimmy Johnson On FOX's set saw through his act.

 

Johnson, who knows a thing or 85 bazillion about winning championships, said Cutler has all the tools, but has a sucky attitude, on the postgame show during FOX's NFC Championship game coverage.

 

Yes, Maxwell and others who are adamant that Cutler was with his teammates in certain  instances are right, but overall, he was a pouty, petulant brat, aloof from his teammates generally,  and it pains me that so many Broncos fans are stepping up to the plate for him.

 

While we should all forgive, some wounds take a long time to heal.

 

Meanwhile, Chicago has no answers, Bears fans can rationalize all they want but Cutler will lead them nowhere.

 

Feel free to cast your stones and hurl your vitriol but we've had enough voices in favor of Cutler. He is worthless and as my illustrious colleague McGeorge has said, the Bears can look forward to 5-11 next season!

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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