VIDEO: Jay Cutler Delivers Highly Apathetic Rendition Of 'Take Me Out To The Ball Game' At Wrigley Field

Watch Jay Cutler throw a single football and it's clear he's the best quarterback to don a Bears uniform since Sid Luckman first strapped on his leather helmet in 1939. In theory, this should make him bulletproof to most criticism: Cutler's mere presence is a gift, something Chicagoans learned never to take for granted when a promising start to the 2011 season was derailed by his broken thumb. The quarterback hasn't exactly endeared himself to everyone in the city, though. Jay Cutler comes off as callous, and maybe a little condescending. A popular faux-Twitter account describes the quarterback as a "dick". It's a reputation Cutler does little to fight. Please, let's never forget those pictures of him flipping off the paparazzi while walking a pocket-sized puppy.

Cutler didn't do himself any favors as he sang "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" during the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field on Saturday. This might be the most patronizing version of Harry Carey's favorite song I've ever seen. Cutler barely knows the words, seems to show no interest in singing on key, and exudes a certain sense of apathy. All told, it's really funny.

Check it out, after the jump...

A better version can be found at WGN.

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