Demoted after a particularly shaky home performance against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night, Cutler said he has no issue being relegated to a backup role. “I’ll do whatever coach Tarkman says I should do, and part of that is being supportive of whoever and stuff,” Cutler explained.
"Should this vile media be released, we will find no recourse but to enact swift, powerful justice upon those responsible," Raiders owner and supreme leader Mark Davis said in a team-issued statement lambasting the potential release of 2014 Raiders games to a national audience. "Such an act of defamation will not be met idly."
The Blackhawks tried out the new idea on Tuesday night for the first time. Season ticket holder Tommy Peterson said, "My card was 8. I really thought I was going to win as Seabrook had 8 turnovers late in the third, but then he lazily attempted a pass in our zone and ended up with 9 turnovers. Oh well! Maybe next time!"
Oh, how far the mighty can fall due to selfishness. After recently reading an article about Kobe Bryant, (ESPN the Magazine), I can no longer ignore the Mamba’s problems. He’s out of control because he’s trying to hold on to it, and While the sports world spends it’s time defending Bryant, I believe the root of the Lakers problems is found in No. 24 himself.
Carl Weathers, master thespian and former Oakland Raider, watches every NFL game from his man cave to compile his weekly Power Rankings exclusively for Heckler readers. Mr. Weathers, despite playing only eight NFL games, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980.
Less than a day after Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer apologized to his team for public comments he made that were critical of Jay Cutler emails were leaked from players, coaches, front office staff and ownership. They reveal the shocking current level of dysfunctional at Halas Hall these days.
After an initial announcement stating that they had signed the team’s newest ace starting pitcher, the Cubs sheepishly announced that the team has not in fact sign Jon Lester, but instead signed a six-year, $155 million contract with Jon Lieber, the 44-year old right-hander who pitched for the Cubs from 1999-2002 before retiring with the […]
"Those are just the baseline expectations," said Cubs President Theo Epstein. "He could do much, much better than that. We'll just have to wait and see."
When asked about Cutler's statements taking blame for a defense that has surrendered 40 more points this season than the 1-11 Oakland Raiders, defensive coordinator Mel Tucker said, "Listen, football is a team sport. A lot of guys on the squad aren't carrying their weight, and we've had some really costly injuries that have depleted our depth. But, if I had to point a finger at one person, yeah, it's because of Jay."