Jay Cutler: The Awful Role Model

Thomas H.Correspondent IApril 1, 2009

CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 14:  Jay Cutler #6 of the Denver Broncos walks off the field after the Carolina Panthers defeated them 30-10 during their game at Bank of America Stadium on December 14, 2008 in Charlotte, North Carolina  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Any parent OR child knows one thing. Whining and begging does not give you the cookie, the toy, or for this 5 year old? A trade.

But today, the Broncos became bad parents. As Cutler whined and whined about how the parent Broncos were being mean and being nicer to other little children then himself, we all began to hate him.

Yes, the once average quarterback of a mid-league team could have been looked as an OK guy during the season. But as a new dad came in to his locker room (Josh McDaniels), dad was tempted to bring back his own quarterback in Matt Cassel. He made a simple little call, but it leaked into the Culterbalooza.

He whined. They let him get what he wanted. The Broncos are a bad parent.

Or are they? Players want it their own way, would a Broncos team that understands its just not going to be a happy team with a unhappy player mean that players want to get to Denver? A player who gets it there way? Ocho Cinco must be incredibly jealous, I've been asking this for years!!!

So is it a fresh type of franchise, or a mistake by a team who isn't willing to push it.

This isn't a fresh type of franchise. Letting solid players go such as Jay Cutler will soon is basically saying their not willing to push it.

Now, truly, this is Jay's fault. Just giving up isn't being much of a role model. But, remember, the parents never should give the candy either.