Bucktown house features subtle dig at Jay Cutler

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A house in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood features a sign on its balcony sharing a disapproving message about Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.

The sign, that appears to be not much bigger than a piece of computer paper, features two words — “CUTLER STINKS.”

Ridicule aimed at Cutler by Bears fans is nothing new. In a recent report, Cutler was said to have a “negative Q score.”

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The non-boastful sign speaks to how commonplace the notion that “Cutler stinks” is around Chicago. No need for a big, bold sign because the opinion of this homeowner is one shared by plenty of other Chicagoans.

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