10 Things Chicago Athletes Aren’t Allowed To Do

This list pretty much sums up my thoughts on the Jay Cutler fiasco. Click through for the rest.

10. Show too much emotion.
9. Show too little emotion.
8. Get injured.
7. Play while injured and make your injury worse.
6. Play while injured and try to avoid making your injury worse.

Somebody shared this in Google Reader, but now I can’t find who.

10 Things Chicago Athletes Aren’t Allowed To Do

2 thoughts on “10 Things Chicago Athletes Aren’t Allowed To Do

  1. The key fact in the Cutler situation is that he didn’t just stop playing. He *totally removed himself from game*. He didn’t talk to either of his replacements, didn’t look at coverages, didn’t offer active encouragement to the rest of the team. Nothing. If he was holding a clipboard and helping Hanie succeed in his absence, none of this criticism would have likely even happened. Or at least it would have been much less pronounced. Jay Cutler is not a leader.

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