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In Which A Former Packers Great Makes 1st Tampon Reference Regarding Jay Cutler

I’m surprised it took this long, but we can all now thank former Green Bay Packers great Greg Koch for his further piling on all things involving the integrity of Jay Cutler and his manhood by throwing out a nifty little tampon reference. Koch, who played for the Packers for nine seasons (1977-1985) and was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 2010, invoked the tampon when discussing whether Jay Cutler should have continued playing despite his knee injury during an appearance on KILT radio (note to self: do not transpose middle letters in that station’s call letters).

Via Sports Radio Interviews:

On quarterback play being the difference:

“As I mentioned last week and on Saturday’s show, the factor that was going to come down to that game was the X-factor, the Cutler factor, and man, I just never thought that his tampon would fall out on national TV.”

Yowsers. Koch apparently has no qualms about going below the belt as it pertains to digs implying male menstruation, which I suppose is his right. Whether or not you agree with Koch’s assessment of Cutler and that the Bears QB has periods, you have to give the guy credit for the following zinger:

But going so far as making him the butt of a tampon joke?:

“I told you it’s a no-strings-attached league.”

And boom goes the dynamite! Wow.

Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Greg Koch Chastises Jay Cutler For Losing His Tampon on National TV [Sports Radio Interviews]