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Twitter reacts to Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari divorce announcement

Twitter reacts to Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari divorce announcement

Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari apparently didn’t have the dream quarantine we all thought they were having in the Bahamas.

Cavallari surprised her followers on Sunday by announcing on Instagram that she and Cutler were filing for divorce after seven years of marriage.

While divorce is always a sad subject to cover, fans took to Twitter to lighten the mood a bit with some solid jokes and important observations, like this one:

A little ashamed to admit that was the first thing to go through my mind too…

Luckily one guy had a pretty genius idea so we can all continue to get our Cutty TV fix:

And while most of us will probably recover from this shocking news without too much trouble, some were hit harder than others.

But clearly it was simply never meant to be.

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10 Chicago Bears who were 'one-season wonders'

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10 Chicago Bears who were 'one-season wonders'

 

In a sports sense, what defines a “one-season wonder?”

Is it, statistically speaking, one great season followed by several mediocre ones? Or simply one solitary out-of-this-world game? Is it a fantastic rookie season followed by a never-ending sophomore slump? It could be all of those.

But “one-season wonder” may not be the pejorative term you may be thinking. It could be, literally, the one season an athlete had playing for a team—which was bookended by either a trade of a free agency pickup/release. Or, perhaps, it could be the one astronomical season in a well-defined, well-landmarked career.

For our purposes, it’s all of the above.

We’re taking a look at the top-10 Chicago Bears who had one shining (season-long) moment.

Allen Robinson fires back at LaDainian Tomlinson over consistency comments

Allen Robinson fires back at LaDainian Tomlinson over consistency comments

So, apparently the NFL Network employs former running back LaDainian Tomlinson now. And apparently LaDainian Tomlinson was asked about the Bears. And apparently LaDainian Tomlinson thinks that, for some reason, the team's wide receiver group is the biggest question mark? And that Allen Robinson – the same Allen Robinson who had at least 5 catches in 14 of the Bears' 16 games last season – needs to be more consistent? 

Anyway, I'll let you guess what Allen Robinson thinks about all this:

Couldn't have put it better myself. LT: Football Reference exists! You can look at it for free!