Turns out, Jay Cutler is kinda awesome

The fact that Jay Cutler is on a cheesy reality TV show is about as perfect a life that any football fan or former Jay Cutler hater could ask for. Possibly the only topper to the actual show itself is the hysterical digital name card that appears any time Jay walks into a room.

“Jay – Kristin’s Husband”

I especially enjoyed the line where Jay’s wife, Kristin says: “I think it’s one of the weirdest things in the world to have a shrine to yourself, I know what I look like.” referring to a giant glamour shot of herself that apparently she doesn’t need hanging up on the wall – but nevermind the reality TV show that you’re a part of airing on the E! Network, cause that’s not a shrine to yourself at all, is it, Kristin?

Far be it for me to wax intellectual about “Keeping up with the Cavallari’s” or whatever the title of the show is, but go ahead and watch these clips and then try and tell me you don’t think a little better of Jay Cutler by the end of them?

His “Smokin Jay” attitude mocks everything dumb about shows like this as if he’s looking right into the camera and saying to the audience, “Hey, this is dumb – you’re dumb for watching this trash. But I don’t care, cause I’m getting paid.”

Jay Cutler deserves a job on an NFL team.

Aaron Donald finally got PAID

“Please have a seat” – Aaron Donald

The Los Angeles Rams and defensive tackle Aaron Donald have agreed to a six-year deal, the team announced.

The deal is worth $135 million, including $87 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

It’s the richest defensive deal in NFL history and could keep Donald with the Rams for the next seven years, through the 2024 season.

It’s about time, Aaron Donald has been holding out for a deal worth his incredible talent level and it finally seems to have come to fruition. This hold-out is a perfect example of why all top-tier players should always hold-out for what they deserve, especially in the NFL.

The bend or break point of contention will ultimately lean towards the player (if the player is a top 5 at his position) when a team finally and inevitably realizes that they can’t replace his productivity, leadership and fan morale effects. The backlash is too large for losing a player like Aaron Donald due to non-payment, that kind of management will quickly turn your team into the Cleveland Browns….and nobody wants that.

Do you hear me Oakland!?!? Pay Khalil Mack his money or someone else will!