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Old 07-09-2018, 05:11 AM   #1
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Old 07-09-2018, 05:41 AM   #2
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Would any of you guys be doing anything other than staying home and banging that hot wife of his? Maybe a bit of a drink and smoke, a few laps in the pool, a nap, some xbox, play with the kids, then repeat.
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Would any of you guys be doing anything other than staying home and banging that hot wife of his? Maybe a bit of a drink and smoke, a few laps in the pool, a nap, some xbox, play with the kids, then repeat.
I find myself identifying with Jay on this one.
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Would any of you guys be doing anything other than staying home and banging that hot wife of his? Maybe a bit of a drink and smoke, a few laps in the pool, a nap, some xbox, play with the kids, then repeat.
Just remember, no matter how hot a girl is, there is always some man somewhere sick of her crap.

Trust that.

Having said that, I remember a bunch of Broncos fans who thought Cutler was a franchise QB.

That is funny to me.
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Old 07-09-2018, 07:02 AM   #6
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I find myself identifying with Jay on this one.
Me too. If he put 10 million into a fixed annuity, he would be set. That would be 600K annually for the rest of his life. Then, he can take the rest and travel the world etc.
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Old 07-09-2018, 07:16 AM   #7
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I find myself identifying with Jay on this one.
This. The rest of us smucks need to work our whole lives to retire for a few years before we cash it in. Sounds like Jay can retire now and enjoy the rest of his life. More power to him
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Old 07-09-2018, 07:34 AM   #9
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Just remember, no matter how hot a girl is, there is always some man somewhere sick of her crap.

Trust that.

Having said that, I remember a bunch of Broncos fans who thought Cutler was a franchise QB.

That is funny to me.

I don't see how that is funny. Many of us thought that.

Dude had everything in the world in talent and occasionally showed flashes of desire on the field (I won't forget him laying blocks for his RBs). His affect during games was often ****ty and we talked about it, then the diabetes thing came out and we assumed it was connected... then we figured out he really was just a frown cannon.
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Jay Cutler earned $122,196,087 in his career. I don't understand why he would need to do anything?
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Old 07-09-2018, 08:33 AM   #12
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That episode cracked me up because it’s amazing how out of touch/annoying the girls are. I actually agreed with Jay.

“OMG but I work hard for 30 hours a week!” “I forgot to post something on twitter, that’s like my job.”


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Old 07-09-2018, 09:29 AM   #13
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100 percent.
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Old 07-09-2018, 10:06 AM   #14
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Jay just was never a winner/leader as a football player. That was pretty evident before he became a Bronco, during and after.

1m, 5 m, 100 m. What's the difference.

With that being said I think retired people die early. It's the raspy old farmer who continues to work that makes it to 80 or 90.

If you do what you love there is no need to retire.

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Old 07-09-2018, 10:20 AM   #15
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Kristin wants Jay to get a new job, or at least a hobby, because apparently shes tired of him sitting around the house all day watching random deer. Just to not have to deal with Jay on a daily basis I cannot wait for that to be over, is an actual sentence Kristin says about Jay, who, Ill remind you, is her husband. Over a nice dinner, Kristin asks Jay what he plans to do in retirement, and Jay responds, Im not really looking to do a lot of work right now. Im looking to do the exact opposite of that.

Those 21 words are the most fitting words Jay Cutler has ever said. They could be applied to any moment in his career: in the locker room during halftime of the 2011 NFC championship game, in regard to him building a relationship with any wide receiver ever, at the Dolphins press conference, or that time he didnt wear pants on vacation.
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Old 07-09-2018, 10:22 AM   #16
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Hes so unmagnetic that hes somehow undeniably magnetic.
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Jay just was never a winner/leader as a football player. That was pretty evident before he became a Bronco, during and after.

1m, 5 m, 100 m. What's the difference.

With that being said I think retired people die early. It's the raspy old farmer who continues to work that makes it to 80 or 90.

If you do what you love there is no need to retire.
I really, really love not working that much.
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Maybe he could get into body building, I could see a niche for him in that biz.
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I don't see how that is funny. Many of us thought that.

Dude had everything in the world in talent and occasionally showed flashes of desire on the field (I won't forget him laying blocks for his RBs). His affect during games was often ****ty and we talked about it, then the diabetes thing came out and we assumed it was connected... then we figured out he really was just a frown cannon.
I got into big arguments on the ESPN message boards back then. First, there were a few of us screaming that the Broncos should have drafted Ngata, and switch to a 3-4. Mainly, because Manning's kryptonite was a 3-4 defense. Out of his 11 one and dones, I think all but maybe one was a 3-4. When they drafted Cutler, a few of us thought that would harpoon Plummers confidence which was really at an all time high after a pro bowl season in 2005.

Anyway, after "watching Cutler's highlights" from college I started getting a little excited. Then before the 2006 season, I read some stuff I did not like. How he sort of disrespected Elway when they met. Then, he came out and said his arm was stronger etc.

The incident that really turned me off was in 2007. Having a horrific game against the Raiders, cameras picked up Shanahan going over to talk to him. Cutler, holding his collar with both hands aloof, he turned his back on Shanahan in a very condescending manner.

Right then, that was it. Could not care that Mcdaniels wanted to trade him and it was obvious to me McDaniels got a good picture about Cutler from some of the holdover staff. Including Turner.

I was happy as hell they traded his petulant ass out at the time. Big arguments with Broncos fans on the message boards.
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Ok, I tried to watch a bit of this to see some of the Jay parts... almost didn't make it... I'm still amazed that people spend their time watching **** like this.

Maybe they could separate out all the Jay bits... otherwise I'll never see another second of it...
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Old 07-09-2018, 01:00 PM   #22
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Would any of you guys be doing anything other than staying home and banging that hot wife of his? Maybe a bit of a drink and smoke, a few laps in the pool, a nap, some xbox, play with the kids, then repeat.
If I was rich and had money to spare I would try and create jobs by starting some sort of business. Or maybe pick a charity and work hard at it. I can't stand sitting around. Banging the super hot wife would be ok though.
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I've followed the Broncos since the late 60's. Best arm:

1. John Elway
2. Craig Morton
3. Jay Cutler

All 3 had arm strength that was amazing to see at times. At a Bronco QB Club meeting, when Cutler was a rookie, I asked Mike Shanahan how Cutler's arm compared to other qb's. "Elway was a 10, Marino was a 10, Cutler is a 10" was his reply.

Too bad Cutler wasted his talent. That said I'm like others in this thread where I don't fault Cutler for wanting to relax in retirement. Maybe after a year of boredom he'll try for a TV gig again.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:32 PM   #24
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Just remember, no matter how hot a girl is, there is always some man somewhere sick of her crap.

Trust that.

Having said that, I remember a bunch of Broncos fans who thought Cutler was a franchise QB.

That is funny to me.
That usually occurs when guys pick a certain type of woman or just **** them because they are hot and not because they actually like them as a person.

It's the same with women who pick guys who are hot and they don't actually like them nor fit with them.
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Old 07-09-2018, 04:07 PM   #25
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I hope Cutler signed a good pre-nup because that marriage has 3 years left tops.
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