Jay Cutler and D'Angelo Hall Replace Montana/Rice as NFL's Best QB/Receiver Tandem Ever.
Sealing their place in history with a stellar 4 reception performance in Chicago, the tandem of Jay Cutler and D'Angelo Hall have been named the NFL's best, pushing duos like Montana / Rice and Manning / Harrison down the list.
Hall's four grabs --the second of which went for 92 yards, and gave the Redskins the lead, which they would never relinquish-- was all in a day's work for the ever-humble Hall.
"I knew what Jay (Cutler) was thinking all day long," said Hall. "Every time that ball left Jay's hands, I knew it'd soon be in mine."
NFL Commissioned Roger Goodell, who this reporter didn't realize what the hugest d--khead in history, was less congenial about the feat.
"You do realize that Jay Cutler and D'Angelo Hall play for different teams, right," said the condescending Goodell, who f--king knows everything, obviously, except for how to get through a week of games without 24 players being hospitalized with brain damage. "Hall got four interceptions, not four receptions."
"You're not too good at this, are you?" concluded Goodell, who probably should focus on getting a certain future Hall of Fame quarterback to stop texting photos of his c-ck to everyone in the universe.
Let's play What Would Moron Mike Martz Do??
1.) On plays that feature a 7-step drop, your quarterback has thrown not one, not two, but three interceptions to D'Angelo Hall. Do you...
a.) Call a running play.
b.) Call a play that features any of the players not currently being covered by D'Angelo Hall.
e.) Call a play featuring a 7-step drop, throw the ball directly at Hall, and hope the fourth time's the charm.
If you are sane, 'a' through 'd' are varying degrees of acceptable. If you are failed head coach and current Bears' Offensive Coordinator Mike Martz, you pick 'e'.