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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Dear Jay Cutler, this is how you play in the playoffs through a knee injury. Signed, RG3.

— Cameron Worrell (@KillaCamWorrell) January 6, 2013

Cameron Worrell was a no talent NFL nobody. Nobody cares what he thinks, least of all Jay Cutler.

RG3 ignored medical advice and it cost him a partially torn ACL and LCL, very possibly cost his team the game and may have altered the course of his career in a significantly negative way. There's a difference between playing through pain and being a moron. Yesterday RG3 was the latter.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Dear Jay Cutler, this is how you play in the playoffs through a knee injury. Signed, RG3.

— Cameron Worrell (@KillaCamWorrell) January 6, 2013


Dear Cameron Worrell,

When were you a relevant part of a team making the playoffs? To represent your lack of relevance in the game I thought you should know I've thrown more touchdowns that you've made tackles. Good luck trying to get a job coaching high school. If you can afford the postage let me know if you get the job, I'll send money for the boosters.

Jay Cutler

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Madmike90 wrote:
Yeah the idiot on British TV was saying last night that RG3 leaving the field wasn’t a “Jay Cutler situation” saying that RG3 had been dragged off the field and didn’t want to go out the game…then the other analyst chips in with “Adrian Peterson will be texting him about how to recover from that injury”…neither of course had any idea what injury RG3 had but because he isn’t Cutler he was given a free pass…RG3 also came back out and stood on the sideline watching the game like Cutler did but that was seen as leadership by RG3 but when Cutler did it he was pouting on the sideline.
The only ones outraged about Cutler or G being "gutless" are idiots unworthy of note.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

raq11 wrote:
Dear Jay Cutler, this is how you play in the playoffs through a knee injury. Signed, RG3.

— Cameron Worrell (@KillaCamWorrell) January 6, 2013

Cameron Worrell is a huge scumbag. I'm surprised he hasn't robbed a liquor store yet.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IronMike84 wrote:
raq11 wrote:
Dear Jay Cutler, this is how you play in the playoffs through a knee injury. Signed, RG3.

— Cameron Worrell (@KillaCamWorrell) January 6, 2013

Cameron Worrell is a huge scumbag. I'm surprised he hasn't robbed a liquor store yet.



I had to look him up to even remember who he was. He could have come up to me and introduced himself and I'd have just given him a blank look.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TexasBearsFan wrote:
IronMike84 wrote:
raq11 wrote:
Dear Jay Cutler, this is how you play in the playoffs through a knee injury. Signed, RG3.

— Cameron Worrell (@KillaCamWorrell) January 6, 2013

Cameron Worrell is a huge scumbag. I'm surprised he hasn't robbed a liquor store yet.



I had to look him up to even remember who he was. He could have come up to me and introduced himself and I'd have just given him a blank look.
Ok, trying to do this w/o google, but I believe he was a Bears and Steelers CB at some point. Pretty much a roster filler.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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TexasBearsFan wrote:
IronMike84 wrote:
raq11 wrote:
Dear Jay Cutler, this is how you play in the playoffs through a knee injury. Signed, RG3.

— Cameron Worrell (@KillaCamWorrell) January 6, 2013

Cameron Worrell is a huge scumbag. I'm surprised he hasn't robbed a liquor store yet.



I had to look him up to even remember who he was. He could have come up to me and introduced himself and I'd have just given him a blank look.
Ok, trying to do this w/o google, but I believe he was a Bears and Steelers CB at some point. Pretty much a roster filler.


Good try. He was a safety and was critical in helping hold down the bench along several sidelines. He's also rumoured to have given Devin Hester a cup of water before he ran back the Super Bowl's opening kick-off for a touchdown. That was the highlight of Cameron's career.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I remember Worrell on special teams and him getting a sack against the Packers during the last game of the year in 2006. However, my biggest memory of him was when he was with the Dolphins, getting totally owned on a one handed TD catch by Randy Moss. But regardless, he's obviously an idiot.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with some of the earlier comments like what Marshall Falk said. You can in no way attack Cutler from a year ago and then attack RGIII and Shanahan This Year.

At the end of the day one guy wanted to play and the other wanted not to play and could not wait to be taken out of the game. Jay Cutler has knack for getting high profile coaches fired. I wish you guys would trade him to New England so we could get Bcheck fired as well. That would make it easier for my team to advance in the playoffs.
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At the end of the day one guy wanted to play and the other wanted not to play and could not wait to be taken out of the game. Jay Cutler has knack for getting high profile coaches fired. I wish you guys would trade him to New England so we could get Bcheck fired as well. That would make it easier for my team to advance in the playoffs.

That's complete nonsense. Jay refused to come out of the NFC championship. He was going to be benched by the coaching staff at halftime based on the doctor's recommendation. However, Jay convinced them to give him one more drive, but obviously couldn't plant his leg properly to make throws, so they decided to bench him.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 4:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So initial (unconfirmed) reports are saying that RGIII could be out for 14-18 months. That seems unrealistic at first, but he tore his ACL several years ago while at Baylor, so that only adds to his recovery time.

I really hope he recovers from this ala Adrian Peterson, but it's hard to imagine he'll ever be the same QB that he has been.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

rhuston wrote:
I agree with some of the earlier comments like what Marshall Falk said. You can in no way attack Cutler from a year ago and then attack RGIII and Shanahan This Year.

At the end of the day one guy wanted to play and the other wanted not to play and could not wait to be taken out of the game. Jay Cutler has knack for getting high profile coaches fired. I wish you guys would trade him to New England so we could get Bcheck fired as well. That would make it easier for my team to advance in the playoffs.
Jay wanted to play, this is just the dumbest thing being said in pro sports. The guy was taken out by the coaches on the recommendation of the medical staff. If there is one thing that should be clear to everyone is unlike Mike Shanahan and his repeated track record of playing players that shouldn't be in the game due to injury, Lovie Smith understood he was not a doctor and that life was more important than the game of football and did not keep his players out on the field when they could not protect themselves.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 11:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Slaymont Harris wrote:
rhuston wrote:


At the end of the day one guy wanted to play and the other wanted not to play and could not wait to be taken out of the game. Jay Cutler has knack for getting high profile coaches fired. I wish you guys would trade him to New England so we could get Bcheck fired as well. That would make it easier for my team to advance in the playoffs.

That's complete nonsense. Jay refused to come out of the NFC championship. He was going to be benched by the coaching staff at halftime based on the doctor's recommendation. However, Jay convinced them to give him one more drive, but obviously couldn't plant his leg properly to make throws, so they decided to bench him.


It's unbelievable how few people know what they're talking about when they spout crap about Jay...but that's how the world works
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raq11 wrote:
Slaymont Harris wrote:
rhuston wrote:


At the end of the day one guy wanted to play and the other wanted not to play and could not wait to be taken out of the game. Jay Cutler has knack for getting high profile coaches fired. I wish you guys would trade him to New England so we could get Bcheck fired as well. That would make it easier for my team to advance in the playoffs.

That's complete nonsense. Jay refused to come out of the NFC championship. He was going to be benched by the coaching staff at halftime based on the doctor's recommendation. However, Jay convinced them to give him one more drive, but obviously couldn't plant his leg properly to make throws, so they decided to bench him.


It's unbelievable how few people know what they're talking about when they spout crap about Jay...but that's how the world works

I just want to know how rhuston knows that RG III did not want to play because I saw the playoff game where Cutler was playing hurt and he obviously wanted to play.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 3:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ESPN had a roundtable discussion where the question that was posed was "how much do you blame Jay Cutler for RGIII's injury?" Not "do you blame Jay", but HOW MUCH. P.S. This is not from the Onion.

http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-sports-media-watch/2013/01/espn-finds-jay-cutler-at-fault-for-robert-griffin-iii-injury-765/
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