The other day I got into a debate with my friends about who is the best player in the NFL.
I thought the answer was simple: of course it’s Jay Cutler.
My friends and I all agreed Cutler was the best, but I still decided not to talk to them for two days because they even questioned the man’s dominance.
When I heard about the NFL putting together a “Top 100 Players” list, I knew it was Cutler’s time to shine. Surely, a man with expert dog walking skills would find himself atop the league’s skill chart.
Instead, what I found is the biggest conspiracy and the highest level of dishonesty yet by the NFL.
I became temporarily blind after looking at this picture.
The shock was just too much.
Not only was Jay Cutler not even in the top 100, but Aaron “The Devil” Rodgers somehow cheated his way to the top of the list.
The explanation goes as follows: “Rodgers, the reigning NFL MVP (Lies!), broke Peyton Manning’s single-season record for passer rating with a 122.5 mark in 2011 (Who the hell cares about that?). Rodgers has been dominant (How dare they use that word!) since he assumed the starting job in Green Bay, leading the Packers to a 15-1 mark last year.”
It’s one lie after another. The NFL has forced this awful player upon us and wants us to worship him, but I won’t do it! I have something they don’t have: facts.
Let’s look at them.
Aaron Rodgers’ career stats:
- Passing yards: 17,366
- Passing TDs: 132
- QB rating: 104.1
Jay Cutler’s career stats:
- Passing yards: 18,283
- Passing TDs: 117
- QB rating: 84.5
I challenge anyone out there to try to challenge Jay Cutler’s dominance of the QB position, and please bring facts.