Editorial note: This post uses what some might consider offensive and graphic language . If you are one of those people, too bad.
Apparently now that the Brett Favre ship has sailed on the Minnesota Vikings, they have nothing better to do than stir stuff up for other teams. Vikings (and former Chicago Bears) wide receiver Bobby Wade took to the airwaves this morning and made some waves.
"“Jay Cutleris a good player,” Wade said. “Obviously, it’s a much different environment from going from Denver to play in Chicago. Chicago is a tough club to play for. What is so funny, I actually saw Brian Urlacher this past weekend in Las Vegas and we had a long conversation.“I don’t want to get him in trouble, but it wasn’t what [the Bears] expected. Pretty much [Urlacher] said Jay Cutler was a [deleted] for the most part.”"
What do I take from that? First, Wade knows that Chicago is a tough place to play because he got run out of town when he continually muffed punts and couldn’t catch a cold as a receiver. He was Rashied Davis before Rashied Davis. Sounds a lot like sour grapes to me.
Second, Wade is obviously trying to create dissension among the Bears’ ranks. You don’t say, “I don’t want to get him in trouble” unless you want to get him in trouble. Mission accomplished.
I can picture it now, Urlacher and Davis sitting around the blackjack table, a little sauced up and Urlacher spouts off about Cutler. You know what? When you’re Brian Urlacher, you call everybody a pussy. “Hey Brian, what do you think of that new quarterback of yours?” “Quarterbacks? They’re all pussies!”
You can listen to the entire podcast here. The good stuff starts at about the 18 minute mark, so check it out.
There are some other nuggets in there that should go nicely on the Bears bulletin board including talking smack about how Jared Allen is going to own Orlando Pace and the d-bag host cheering the vicious hit that Jason McKie took from EJ Henderson that knocked McKie out. Camp is just over 48 hours away and I’m fired up already!
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