Dec 28, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) looks at the clock in the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium. The Minnesota Vikings win 13-9. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports
People can argue all they want about Jay Cutler’s ability to play quarterback, but please do not judge Jay Cutler’s ability to father his children. Jay cutler is not a bad father. Don’t we have more important things to worry about with the Bears then Jay Cutler’s texts to his wife complaining that he can’t handle his offspring? I guess not.
If you haven’t heard the story yet, Kristin Cavallari posted a text on Instagram when she arrived back in Chicago after being in LA for 2 Days. The text was from her husband Jay Cutler, and essentially it asked her to get home ASAP, all hell has broken loose.
I get it. She posted it to show everyone that raising children isn’t easy and that she should get more credit from her husband for raising their two children. Good for her. Now back to how Jay Cutler is not a bad father.
Us as fathers have one job when our wives leave us in charge of the children for extended periods of time. That one job is to make sure that there are the same number of children with you when she gets back as when she left. Plain and simple. You get bonus points if the house is clean, laundry is done and the kids are reading quietly. Let’s just say I never get any bonus points.
Yes, this is a non story. This is also a very stupid story. I don’t even know why I took the time to write about it. I guess it’s because I am tired of hearing about the personal life of Jay Cutler and how much people seem to hate him off the field. I don’t know him. You don’t know him. If you do, please speak up in the comments below on what you think about Jay. Let us focus on what he does on the field and not about his personal life.
I’m starting to regret getting that Cutler jersey now. It’s making me defend a guy that I don’t even know.