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Jay Cutler Was Slinging Beers Down In The French Quarter On Sunday
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
Former NFL QB Jay Cutler was down in the Bench Quarter on Sunday bartending...
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Jay Cutler offered both lime and salt. Went with the lime. #DosEquis

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Only Larry Leo calls the FQ the “Bench Quarter”. Stay mediocre Larry!
Reply34 months
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That time they ran the trick play and ya boy stood there like he was waiting on some old lady writing a check at the checkout in Rouses.
Reply35 months
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Cutler to New Orleans Saints confirmed!
Reply35 months
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Anchored down that lime doe
Reply35 months
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Jay fits right in...
Reply35 months
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If Dos Equis wanted to start a new campaign with Least Interesting Man in the World, Cutler would be a great candidate.
Reply35 months
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Was Kristen there? My #1!
Reply35 months
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Whitney #1 Kristen #2
35 months
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Could have gone all day without seeing that...
Reply35 months
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I didn't expect to see the QB wearing a metrosexual hipster jacket sweater.
Reply35 months
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I'm sure his wife dresses him. Knock his career and her reality TV celebrity but even their biggest haters have to give them credit for the lengths they take to keep their kids off limits to the cameras. As a Bears fan (& Jay non-hater) both the show and stuff like this isn't surprising. Between him throwing his body all over the field, his bromances with 15 & 88, and the national TV "Tell Mike F*** You" he endeared himself to the fanbase. *It also helps not being subjected to Buck and Aikman's uninformed hit job during the 2010 NFCCG. I was in the stands and the blame clearly belonged on the coaching/Todd Collins, not Jay or Hanie.
35 months
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I'm really not sure what I'm supposed to be looking at that is important.
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Dat lime placement.
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Jay always has that laid back dgaf look.
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