The NFL will be a little less interesting now.

With the departure of the paradox that is former Bears QB Jay Cutler, things just won't quite be the same.

While many fans, particularly in Chicago, haven't shed many tears at his unceremonious exit, there are those who will miss the mercurial signal caller.

As it turns out, Clay Matthews is one such person.

The Packers linebacker has a propensity for finding the QB, and it appears Cutler was easier to find than most.

As usual, The Daily Player expounds on the subject. Just click here.

In a related matter, Fanorama reminds you that if you're gonna crush beer and soda cans, please recycle. Somewhere, a polar bear will thank you.

And while you're holding that can, keep it cool and your mitts warm with one of our handy-dandy BBQ koozies from our Game Day collection. Here are a few samples:

Fanorama Game Day collection koozies

These cool little units go for $9.95 each, so grab a handful of them and make your next event a comfy one with a touch of attitude.

Impress your guests. And as these are a limited edition, don't feel shame by taking a deposit when you hand them out. Once they go, you'll never know when you'll see them again.

Unless, maybe, you go to your guests' BBQs.





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