Jay Cutler, Terrell Owens & the Privileges of White Skin

yungCaucasoid ...Correspondent IMarch 20, 2009

HONOLULU, HI - FEBRUARY 08: Quarterback Jay Cutler #6 of the AFC All-Stars Denver Broncos throws a pass against the NFC All-Stars in the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium on February 8, 2009 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The NFC defeated the AFC 30-21. (Photo by Paul Spinelli/Getty Images)

If you follow the NFL then you're aware of the galactic distraction that Jay Cutler is causing right now.  If you keep up with sports information outlets, then you are fully aware ---and in awe!--- of the the pass he is being given for his unsportsmanlike, self-centered behavior.

Now, for those of you who are a part of the irrational and irresponsible people issuing said pass, What if Terrell Owens were carrying on this way?  Would you be as permissive or as compromising?  I think not.  That wouldn't be the proper way to do things, treating Terrell Owens with fairness.

Not only does Jay Cutler's tantrum use the privileges of white skin to his benefit, but I have a strong feeling that, should he get released like Terrell Owens recently, there would not be any, no ---not one!--- article on B/R.com, nor on Fox Sports, claiming that a team shouldn't pick up such a spontaneous cancer.

At least Terrell Owens' conduct was directed at other players, players who were being given a pass so that their failures could be lumped onto him.  As evidenced in the fact that for three consecutive years the Cowboys offense went to T.O. less and less.  For those same three consecutive years the Cowboys' offensive productivity faltered more and more.  He was just, so Black, they couldn't Understand that undermining him equated to their own fatality.

Still, that is irrelevant to Jay Cutler disrespecting management and treating management as if they owe him something.  Most of you who do promote Inequality In Sports wouldn't dare tell Cutler what you're quick to scream at Terrell Owens.  So I'll do it for you,

"Hey Cutler!  Shut up, sit down, get suited up, and go work for your starting-slot.  If you  deserve it, you'll get it.  If not, then remember pall;

It's your privilege to play in the NFL, not your right.  And it's not the NFL's privilege to have you in the league, embarrassing the ownership's representatives.  Period!"


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