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    Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    2011 NFL playoffs: Chicago Bears' Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler is not a quitter - ESPN Chicago

    the video isn't as in depth as the radio interview Waddle and Silvy did with Hanie. If you scroll dwon below the vid in the middle of the article you can play the radio interview.

    Some of Hanie's quotes from the interview:

    "I really can't believe it's blown up like it has. It's crazy to me. Knowing Jay personally for over two seasons now, he's one of the toughest guys you'll meet," Hanie said. "He'll sell out for the team, he'll die for the team. You never once heard him throw anybody under the bus, never thrown an offensive lineman under the bus, never thrown his receivers under the bus. There's a lot of times in his career here when he could have easily done that, and he always stuck up for them and just commented on his own play."



    "He's shown great leadership throughout his time here in the locker room. People just kind of question that stuff because they see sometimes he might have a grumpy look on his face. But we know him, and we know that he would die to play. When you can't physically help the team and you're hurting the team, then everyone realizes it would be better if you sit out."




    "He helped me out numerous times throughout the game," Hanie said. "When I went in, first of all he came and talked to me and said, 'Hey, trust yourself, trust your reads, use your feet if you have to; don't be afraid to do that. Trust the o-line and you'll be fine.' That calmed me down a little bit.



    "Then after we went down and scored, I had the adrenaline going a little bit after that touchdown and it was the same thing. Right when I got to the sidelines he was the first one to say 'Great job, now you've just got to go get another one. Make sure you stay calm and composed in there.' So he helped me. He did that numerous times throughout the game. I guess people didn't see that on TV but it definitely happened."



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Quote Originally Posted by CYcoFan View Post
    2011 NFL playoffs: Chicago Bears' Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler is not a quitter - ESPN Chicago

    the video isn't as in depth as the radio interview Waddle and Silvy did with Hanie. If you scroll dwon below the vid in the middle of the article you can play the radio interview.

    Some of Hanie's quotes from the interview:

    "I really can't believe it's blown up like it has. It's crazy to me. Knowing Jay personally for over two seasons now, he's one of the toughest guys you'll meet," Hanie said. "He'll sell out for the team, he'll die for the team. You never once heard him throw anybody under the bus, never thrown an offensive lineman under the bus, never thrown his receivers under the bus. There's a lot of times in his career here when he could have easily done that, and he always stuck up for them and just commented on his own play."



    "He's shown great leadership throughout his time here in the locker room. People just kind of question that stuff because they see sometimes he might have a grumpy look on his face. But we know him, and we know that he would die to play. When you can't physically help the team and you're hurting the team, then everyone realizes it would be better if you sit out."




    "He helped me out numerous times throughout the game," Hanie said. "When I went in, first of all he came and talked to me and said, 'Hey, trust yourself, trust your reads, use your feet if you have to; don't be afraid to do that. Trust the o-line and you'll be fine.' That calmed me down a little bit.



    "Then after we went down and scored, I had the adrenaline going a little bit after that touchdown and it was the same thing. Right when I got to the sidelines he was the first one to say 'Great job, now you've just got to go get another one. Make sure you stay calm and composed in there.' So he helped me. He did that numerous times throughout the game. I guess people didn't see that on TV but it definitely happened."
    But he still sucks.



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    I'm a Packers fan and a Cutler hater, but this has been blown way out of proportion. The man was injured, a sprained MCL is a lot worse than it sounds, and who's to say he wasnt helping when the camera wasnt on him?



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    First of all, based on what all the experts say this can't be true. Jay Cutler was the worst teammate of all time during that game.

    What would the reaction have been if he went in injured and threw multiple interceptions because he couldn't perform. He would be getting thrown under the bus just the same. The only way that he doesn't get thrown under the bus is if he wins.



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Quote Originally Posted by AlleyAddict View Post
    I'm a Packers fan and a Cutler hater, but this has been blown way out of proportion. The man was injured, a sprained MCL is a lot worse than it sounds, and who's to say he wasnt helping when the camera wasnt on him?
    Fox had a chase camera on Cutler the whole game, like they did on the Metrodome when it sprayed water on the turf. The new paparozzi.


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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Glad to see his teammates stepping up for him. There will still be media pundits ripping him.

    Which is sad because regardless of what camera shows it's the teams perspective that matters.

    Every one thought he wasn't talking to Caleb because of camera shots but here you hear quite the opposite is true.



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Can't be true. It's just so much easier to believe that after getting sacked 57 times during the season, rushing for two touchdowns the week before and rarely sliding when he scrambles, he probably just quit in the middle of the biggest game of his life because he didn't want to play anymore.

    I also heard Aaron Rogers punched that cancer lady in the face.


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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Lies! Culter is Hitler and Bin Laden rolled up in one. His poor performance continues the downward spiral of the economy and his sour **** looks is the cause of Global Warming. He is the reason we don't have a cure of Cancer and Aids. His selfishness is making children starve around the world and he kicks puppies.



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Quote Originally Posted by bosco View Post
    Lies! Culter is Hitler and Bin Laden rolled up in one. His poor performance continues the downward spiral of the economy and his sour **** looks is the cause of Global Warming. He is the reason we don't have a cure of Cancer and Aids. His selfishness is making children starve around the world and he kicks puppies.
    Incorrect. Hitler would be offended to be compared to Jay Cutler. Hitler wasn't no quitter!!!


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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    Incorrect. Hitler would be offended to be compared to Jay Cutler. Hitler wasn't no quitter!!!
    Well, according to main stream history, he did quit the biggest game of all when he shot himself in that bunker.



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Jay "Babyface" Cutler is a P.O.S. in my opinion, poor work ethic. Glorified JaMarcus Russell..



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Quote Originally Posted by 247cy View Post
    Well, according to main stream history, he did quit the biggest game of all when he shot himself in that bunker.
    That's where the textbooks lie to you. He fooled people into thinking that he moved to Argentina. He also fooled Marvel Comics into belittling the idea of his survival by creating the Hate-Monger character, thus making the whole notion seem absurd.

    In reality, he rotates between homes in Kenya, Arkansas, Hawaii, and Texas, from where he has been the blood father of every U.S. President since World War II. He even adopted Eisenhower.

    This is why mainstream history just isn't good enough.


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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    A couple of things I have never understood about the perception of Jay, at least since he came to Chicago:


    1) He is selfish.

    - He is anything but selfish. If he is selfish why haven't you heard him throw the O-line or WR's under the bus? There have been many opportunities for both, yet he hasn't.

    2) He isn't level headed.

    - Couldn't be further from the truth. Jay never gets too high or too low. He celebrates with the team after the good plays, but never dwells on the bad plays. He never gets overly emotional, except for the rare instance he has barked at a ref for not flagging PI.

    3) He isn't a leader

    - This was basically addressed by Olin Kreutz this past offseason. Olin said he (Jay) earned a lot of respect from guys like himself and other Vets for the way he lead the team the final 2 games last year against Min and Det. They realized then that he wouldn't quit on the team. He has been a leader ever since. Not vocally, but the vocal leaders are Kreutz, Urlacher, Briggs, Chris Harris, Tillman, etc. Guys like Cutler and Peppers lead by example. They work hard, are good team-mates and conduct themselves in a professional manner. (notice Peppers isn't an outspoken guy and he has been rpped in the past for taking plays off too, complete BS)

    Just because Jay doesn't provide sound bites or doesn't fit the stereotypical QB profile doesn't mean he isn't a good QB.


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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Quote Originally Posted by sdillon500 View Post
    Can't be true. It's just so much easier to believe that after getting sacked 57 times during the season, rushing for two touchdowns the week before and rarely sliding when he scrambles, he probably just quit in the middle of the biggest game of his life because he didn't want to play anymore.

    I also heard Aaron Rogers punched that cancer lady in the face.
    Didn't he slide in the 1st half of the GB game, taking the Bears out of field goal range...? Maybe that is how he hurt his knee.



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    Re: Caleb Hanie: Jay Cutler was a big help

    Cyco, you're right, Cutler does catch a lot of undeserved flak. I think it stems from a few areas.

    1) Asking to be traded from Denver. Admittedly not very mature, but looking at the way Josh McDaniels ran the team into the ground over the past two seasons, it wasn't completely unjustified.

    2) Cutler is stand-offish with the media. Watching his press conferences, he clearly doesn't enjoy answering questions from reporters. He's not Favre or Joe Namath, charming reporters and getting them on his side. This leads to less than sympathetic portrayals of Cutler. And once that media narrative is developed, it's repeated across many sources.

    3) He pouts. I don't mean Cutler's sulking on the sidelines or during the game, his face just looks like that. He has a perma-frown that makes people think he's constantly ******.


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