You know what I’m talking about when I refer to “Jay face,’’ right? That pouty look that
Yeah, THAT “Jay face,’’ the one that looks like mommy said, “No
It seems that
"I'd love to meet him, talk to him,'' Kutcher told Esquire. "Because I think he doesn't do himself any service with his attitude. I don't think it's a bad attitude. I just think it's the way he projects what he's feeling. I don't think it's a matter of him thinking the wrong thing in the absence of the right thing. And I think there's a way to project it, a certain way, and you know, I would just like to get with him and work. He's really (bleeping) hard on himself. And I think I get that.''
Hey, if the Bears hired
Sure, it sounds outlandish, and we're not talking Robert De Niro offering lessons here, which puts this farther into the galaxy of nutty ideas. Some of Kutcher's most famous roles, starting with his doper persona on "That '70s Show,'' might sucker you into believing he's a human Rice Krispy Treat --- nice-looking on the outside, nothing substantive inside. Don't fall for it. It's apparently not true, as detailed in the Esquire story.
Kutcher is all about new technology and has a history of funneling venture capital into what might be the next great idea. It seems as if Kutcher’s next role as Apple genius
Football wonks are tightly wound. They suffer from world-class paranoia. An acting tutor would be treated like kryptonite. And then
Look, football is a poker game in terms of strategy, so it makes sense that presenting a poker face would help. It certainly couldn't hurt to eliminate the tells that reflect anger or frustration. Nothing else has worked here with Cutler. Nothing that has met the championship expectations, anyway. And when it has failed, it looks worse because Cutler flashes that pouty face.
Other quarterbacks do it, sure.
Cutler doesn't get that benefit. He shouldn't. He hasn't earned it. Gotta win. Cutler's expressions and body language look bratty. We know he needs to work on his mechanics, so it might figure he also needs help when it comes to the discipline in leadership.