Jay Cutler Excellent At Adjudicating Women's Clothing Disputes

Jay Cutler became a father last week, and is in the middle of preparations to quarterback a Chicago Bears team of which much is expected this 2012 season. Somehow, Cutler found time in his busy summer to mediate a who-took-what clothing dispute between a trio of attractive female roommates, who all happened to be captured on film fighting over who is wearing whose Bears gear.

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The commercial, for NFL Women's Apparel, portrays Jay Cutler as a sort-of-father figure, telling the roommates they shouldn't steal Cindy's clothes, but yes avaricious roommate, you do wear Cindy's NFL-licensed clothing in a unique manner that looks good. Why Cutler is doing all of this in a (unbuttoned) suit from Soldier Field's locker room, through some sort of digital three-camera telepathy, is unclear. His "you dropped that pass?" face does work well as the look for a disapproving patriarch; it will be a look that baby boy Carson Jack gets to know well.

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None of this really matters, though, because the commercial's punchline is a large man in tight-fitting clothes. No NFL commercial should be without an offensive lineman.

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