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Remember When Shannon Sharpe Said Cutler Was A "Coach Killer", Yeah Well Bruce Arians Disagreed With All Of That And He's Actually A Coach


Shannon Sharp on January 7th 

”Jay Cutler, I do not believe he is a leader of men,” Sharpe told the show’s panel of James Brown, Bill Cowher and Dan Marino. ”He’s a quarterback, not a leader. And there’s a difference.”

So you’re saying he’s a coach killer?” Sharpe nodded in the affirmative.

That’s a familiar refrain regarding Cutler. In fact, Cowher and Marino were critical of Cutler’s leadership earlier this season, after Cutler shoved left tackle J’Marcus Webb in the Bears‘ 23-10 loss to the Packers on a Thursday night game at Lambeau Field in Week 2.”I think it’s a problem,” Cowher said. ”The guy’s got a strong arm. There is no question about it. He’s had some protection issues. I know there’s been some questionable [play] calling. But they brought players in to help this guy win a championship, and he’s going to prove to be more accountable — not sensationalize every little mistake with his antics and body language.


Bruce Arians Yesterday

We talked for an hour and a half, I felt really comfortable with Jay,” Arians said. “Of the guys I’ve met in a long time, [Cutler] wants to win, and he wants to do whatever it takes to win. He’s willing to put in the time. “I asked him about the commitment to learn, and he wants to win, and he’ll do anything. He’s as talented as anybody in the league, and he’s more than committed to make sure that gets done.”

The likely Associated Press Coach of the Year, the Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator stepped in as interim head coach last season when Chuck Pagano was battling leukemia. The Colts, 2-14 in 2011, finished 11-5 with Arians leading the way, bolstering his reputation as a developer of quarterbacks and receivers, most notably Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Plaxico Burress and Andrew Luck.

Arians was aware of the different criticisms of Cutler, but he wasn’t concerned about any of that. “There’s no doubt,” Arians said of Cutler, “he was the type of leader I wanted on offense to get it done.”



Hmmm, that’s odd Shannon. You just spewed a bunch of bullshit with NO evidence, and NO justification, then when you’re basically told you’re wrong by someone who is actually a Coach, you know the exact person Cutler is allegedly supposed to “kill”, we don’t hear a word? Now isn’t that weird. Because wasn’t it just Sunday that you were blabbing about accountability, and how Bill Belichick ducks press conferences after losses? How he doesn’t own up when things get tough? When he’s in the wrong?


So if I’m following my line of logic, which I should be able to do because its mine and I’m not a horse faced pretentious moron, you’re not only incredibly dumb but also a complete hypocrite. I mean this is exactly what throwing shit against the wall and hoping it sticks means. You literally just spew garbage out of your mouth and HOPE you’re right, and if you’re not, who cares right? Because Shannon Sharpe never has to admit to being wrong. He’s just a “hilarious” guy, shooting from the hip. Well Shannon, that’s bullshit. As good as you were at football, that’s how bad you are at being a commenter. You know it, I know it, and the whole world knows it. Now lets just hope the CBS producers figure it out someday.


Oh and you have a girl’s name. Boom Roasted.


Watchdog Out.