'Blame Jay Cutler' Hashtag Sweeps Twitter After Horrible ESPN Segment

Andrew Garda@andrew_gardaFeatured ColumnistJanuary 10, 2013

If you haven't seen the article over at Awful Announcing today, ESPN decided to ask, "How much do you blame Jay Cutler for RG3's injury?" And not in a humorous manner.

It's a ridiculous question. To drag up that non-issue and pair it with the debacle that was Robert Griffin III's knee injury is, as they put it at AA, "vapid."

It didn't stop the site from wondering what else might be Jay Cutler's fault. Droughts? Bad box office? Justin Bieber?

It set out to Twitter to find out. Twitter did not disappoint.

Here are some of my favorites so far.

Let's start off with Awful Announcing's batch.

Sports-related

Topical

Pop-culture-related

Random

You can ultimately #BlameJayCutler for stupid ESPN questions as well, I guess.

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