Posted by: The Matzo Ball | November 22, 2009

Chicago Bears’ Devin Hester Shows Cutler Tattoo On Toosh Against Eagles On Sunday Night Football

Chicago Bears wide receiver/return specialist showed the world the image of Jay Cutler tattooed on toosh. But tuchus, fanny or behind, it was not inspirational enough to get the Bears a win.

As the Chicago Bears were trying to make a fourth-quarter comeback against the Philadelphia Eagles, Jay Cutler was preparing for his throw-an-interception-to-end-the-game routine. Typical 2009 Cutler is what you’re thinking to yourself, and so are hundreds of journalists across the country.

But out of all the haters, there is one Chicago man who is standing up for Cutler – and no, we’re not talking about Donovan McNabb’s kind gestures after the Eagles’ 24-20 over the Bears. We’re pointing toward Mr. Devin Hester, who as we found out late Monday night on NBC, has a tattoo of Cutler on the right upper section of his toosh.

After Jay Cutler threw an interception in the San Francisco 49ers game to guide the Bears to another heartbreaking loss back on Nov. 12, Hester talked to his personal trainer, who tattooed a picture of Cutler on his upper tooshy area.

“So many people have been on his [Cutler’s] butt about his poor performance this year,” Hester said, “and I thought it was time for Cutler to be on someone’s butt for a change. Now, barring any serious surgeries that deal with my posterior, Cutler will be with me forever.”

Cutler wasn’t surprised at the move, but he didn’t think Hester would display his affection for the quarterback on national television.

“He told me that he was going to get the tattoo for a while, so that was expected,” the struggling Cutler said. “But when I was down in the dumps and thought we had no chance to come back and win the football game, Hester showed his tuchus and the tattoo on the field for everyone to see; but more importantly, by showing me his fanny on that play, it reminded me that he will always be behind me and I knew it would give me the inspiration I needed to beat the Eagles if I got another chance.”

On Cutler’s next chance, he threw an interception to hand the Eagles the win.

After the game, Hester continued to show his support for the rattled quarterback.

Regarding how the media was treating Cutler, Hester said, “It’s really unfair. That’s my teammate. That’s my quarterback. You guys do that, it’s not fair. We lost as a team. We lost as a team, man.”

Game Notes:
The Chicago Bears did lose as a team and maybe all of them should get tattoos on their tooshies after Cutler’s gutsy performance. He finished 24-of-43 for 171 yards, good for 3.7 yards per carry.


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