Former Chicago Bears quarterback, Jay Cutler about to be uncensored
When you look back at Chicago Bears history, Jay Cutler is the best quarterback this team has ever seen. Well, at least until they drafted Justin Fields this year. Alright, I am probably getting ahead of myself on that one. This is about Jay Cutler and not about Fields.
Jay Cutler is the closest this team has seen to a franchise quarterback in decades. Eight seasons as the starting QB was a decent run. Unfortunately, there were plenty of ups and downs. From a franchise perspective though, the man known as “Smokin’ Jay”, leads the Chicago Bears record books with 23,443 passing yards. That is nearly 9,000 yards more than Sid Luckman who has the second-most passing yards.
Cutler also leads the franchise with 154 passing touchdowns. Luckman once again is in second place with 137. The two are flipped in regards to interceptions. Luckman has the most interceptions with 132, while Jay Cutler had 109. It should be noted that Mitch Trubisky, who is viewed as a bust by many, is fifth on the list for both passing yards (10,609) and touchdowns (64). The big difference though is that Trubisky is 18th for interceptions with only 37.
Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler to start his own podcast
Alright, no more Fields and no more Trubisky. Why? Well, because Jay Cutler is about to be unleashed and uncensored. What does this mean exactly?
It means that Jay Cutler is about to hit the airwaves and he’s going to be “Uncut”. That’s right, the name of his podcast is Uncut. The thing is, Cutler is not only going to talk about football, but he’s going to talk about trending topics and meet with celebrities and athletes. Personally, I am not sure how much I will listen seeing I don’t agree with him on many news topics, but I have to admit he is the only thing that made his ex-wife’s reality TV show worth watching.
I only saw clips here and there of him and Kristin Cavallari on her (their) realty show. However, in every clip I saw, I was at least amused by Jay Cutler. Not sure if all of you remember this, but Jay Cutler also had a weekly segment with Waddle and Silvy on ESPN1000 radio. I remember how I thought his time on the show helped him seem more grounded.
Don’t forget, Smokin’ Jay had the reputation as a player who did not care about the game, his coaches or his teammates. Hearing him on the radio every week helped him establish a connection with fans in a way no one had seen before. Recently, Jay Cutler has stormed social media by joining Instagram (remember his chickens?) and now also Twitter. He also has been in the spotlight with his anti-mask views that cost him his UberEats commercial.