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Jay Cutler, quarterback and meme god, just got burned by a savage retirement subtweet

Jay Cutler, quarterback and meme god, just got burned by a savage retirement subtweet


Cold world, man.

Image: Matt Ludtke/AP/REX/Shutterstock

Guess old rivalries die hard. 

Jay Cutler is a former NFL quarterback who is known for throwing interceptions while playing for the Chicago Bears, whose heated rivals are the Green Bay Packers. 

So when Cutler announced Friday that he’s retiring from the NFL to join the Fox Sports broadcast crew, a former Packer proved that their feud was still alive and well by sending Cutler off with the most savage subtweet. 

Here are the apparent well-wishes sent out by former Green Bay tight end Tom Crabtree on Friday morning. 

If you’re having trouble parsing that, let us point out that Crabtree capitalized the letters “I,” “N,” and “T” — which spell INT, which is short for interception, which is what Cutler was widely mocked for throwing so often as quarterback of both the Bears and Denver Broncos. 

Ohhhhh … BURN!

Or at least Crabtree thought so, replying to himself to call the tweet his “Mona Lisa.”

Crabtree loved his tweet so much, in fact, that he added not one but two celebratory post-burn tweets. If that first one was like spiking the ball after a score, this next one is a full-on touchdown dance. 

At least we still have Smokin’ Jay Cutler, the greatest blog to ever blog.

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