Bears fans’ frustrations set to music in hilarious parody video, Jay Cutler I’m Giving Up On You

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It’s been a tough season for Chicago Bears’ fans and the sadness runs deep for some – like the masterminds behind a parody video posted to YouTube.
Firago Music, a “dance rock band from Chicago,” according to their site, star in the video that is a send up of A Great Big World’s hit single “Say Something.”
“Jay Cutler, I’m giving up on you,” they sing while wear Bears fan gear and dressing like Coach Ditka, Cutler’s wife Kristin Cavallari and the quarterback himself. “All of the millions we gave to you.”
Watch and see if you feel the same way.
From the YouTube video description, “A parody of A Great Big World’s Say Something dedicated to Chicago’s infamous quarterback. Filmed on location in Chicago.”

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6 comments

  • Michael Winans

    It’s time for Virginia McKaskey’s to turn over the reigns to someone who understands big business in the world of major league football. It starts at the top to and the continual lack of coaches and quality players not signed will continue for this team to break all records for being one of the worst team in the league. Stop throwing money at a quarterback or coaches when you have no exit strategy for continual poor performance.
    On a side note, this video was great. You should be cutting a record.

  • sheri simpson

    I have started my email Da Bears campaign, to get rid Trestman and Cutler, and bring Harbaugh home and maybe he can bring Kaepernick with him. If not, lets try for RGIII. After 55 years of being a fan, I would love to go to Superbowl one more time before I die! Email Da Bears!