Sep 22, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) runs the ball past Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel (99) during the second half at Heinz Field. The Bears won the game, 40-23. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

Jay Cutler Runs Over Steelers Safety Robert Golden (Video)


Jay Cutler earned the nickname Mr. Fourth Quarter after a couple of consecutive 4th quarter comebacks to get the Bears to 2-0.  After his performance on Sunday night, Cutler may have earned a new nickname – truck.  It’s pretty much the best way I could describe Jay Cutler’s 4th quarter scramble on 3rd and 10 with the Bears clinging to a 4 point lead in the last few minutes of the game.   Watch the play for yourself

In case Robert Golden is looking for the license number of the truck that ran him over, it’s #6.

That play was for Maurice Jones-Drew, Deion Sanders and all the other fools who called out Cutler’s toughness after the 2010 NFC Championship game against the Packers, when Cutler left the game with a knee injury.

Cutler really needs to slide on that play, since he already had the first down.  With a history of concussions, Cutler can ill afford to get knocked out for any amount of time, but I guess it’s just the way he plays.

BEAR DOWN!!!

 

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  • Nick, Maryland

    Hey Boomer, this is my first interaction with you but I’ll tell you this, I like you a hell of a lot more than that clown on ESPN! First of all, well said about Jay being a lot tougher than some of his peers have led on. I am a previous Broncos fan (of 23 years) and after finally getting the qb (Cutler) to take the place of Elway, our ownership let us down by firing shanahan and hiring that joke who is back where he started. As a result I followed Jay to Chicago. The Guy is much better than the media likes to make him out to be and most of the haters are boxscore scouts and haven’t
    watched him run for his life
    and make something happen.
    Keep up the good work

    • BearGogglesOn

      Thanks for the kind words Nick. Hope to see you back often!

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