Yesterday, Jay Cutler’s dominance was attacked twice by the media.
A story, published by E! Online, accused the Great One of proposing to his wife, Kristin Cavallari, via text message. The story was widely disseminated throughout various “news” websites and the blogosphere.
It was taken by the public as another reason to think Jay Cutler does not dominate.
I quickly wrote off the story as pure farce because my extensive knowledge and inside source (which I will never reveal*) for everything Cutler had me that assured Cutler proposed in Hawaii, on a boat called Aaron Rodgers Sucks, and it was quite romantic.
Well, I was mostly right.
Cutler’s proposal was not by text, and it was quite romantic.
It would seem the discrediting of Cutler’s dominance would end there, but no.
Another damning article of the Great One surfaced, claiming Cutler was the fourth most disliked athlete in sports today. I looked at the list, and, again, quickly wrote off the story as complete farce because there’s no way people could hate Cutler more than men who beat up fans, who forced dogs to fight one another, and who is the starting QB of the Dallas Cowboys simply because they don’t like Cutler’s attitude.
That would be absurd.
It’s so absurd that I think there’s something more going on here; something sinister.
Is it merely a coincidence that two articles attacking Cutler’s dominance were published the same time we learn Aaron Rodgers is looking to discredit other QBs so he can make more money? I don’t think so.
Hell, I think Rodgers probably wrote both of the damning articles. I say probably because the byline doesn’t say Aaron Rodgers, but it also doesn’t say it’s not him, so we can only assume it is Rodgers until proven otherwise.
This whole charade is a cheap and dirty conspiracy by both the media and Aaron Rodgers to discredit Cutler’s dominance. Don’t listen to it. Jay has and will always dominate.
* – Hint: it’s their dog.