Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Greg Koch Chastises Jay Cutler For Losing His Tampon on National TV

January 25, 2011 – 7:30 am by Eric Schmoldt

Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Greg Koch was pretty excited after the Packers beat the Chicago Bears on Sunday. But he was more excited to talk about Bears quarterback Jay Cutler than he was about the fact that his former team is heading to the Super Bowl.

Koch played most of his 11 seasons with the Packers in the late 70s and early 80s, but says his argument has nothing to do with the fact that he’s an old-school guy.

Like plenty of former players on Twitter on Sunday, Koch takes Cutler to task. Unlike most of those players, Koch does so by making Jay Cutler the butt of a tampon joke.

Greg Koch joined KILT in Houston with Josh and Rich to discuss Jay Cutler losing his tampon on national TV and then to try and back up that argument despite the fact that Cutler had been diagnosed with a Grade 2 sprain of the MCL in his knee. 

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.”

His mentality on toughness:

“There’s no mentality. If you’re a professional athlete, you answer the bell until they tell you there’s no way to play. You can brace that thing.”

On the fact that the trainers told him he couldn’t play:

“Oh, bull. Let me tell you something, nobody would’ve kept Tom Brady off the field if he wanted to play. Nobody would’ve kept Peyton Manning off the field. Then you don’t just sit on the sideline and ride a bike like a little girl. … The only thing I can think of is maybe Colt McCoy’s dad visited him in the locker room at halftime to try and pump him up.”

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

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

Listen to Greg Koch on KILT in Houston here

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  1. 17 Responses to “Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Greg Koch Chastises Jay Cutler For Losing His Tampon on National TV”

  2. Tom Brady did bow out of an AFC Championship game in 2001 (the week after the Tuck Rule game) and sat while Drew Bledsoe led them back. And Brady was healthy enough to play the following week in the Super Bowl (no off week thanks to 9-11).

    Hell, Mr. “Green and Gold Nation,” Bart Starr injured his ribs early on in a 1965 playoff game and was healthy enough to hold on kicks but not healthy enough to QB. Johnny U also sat out that game.

    By T.J. Brown on Jan 25, 2011

  3. I hope this fat blob of goo tears both of his MCL’s in the worst possible way.

    By Josh on Jan 25, 2011

  4. Well I guess it’s better to have a tampon fall out than to stand up & beat your chest only to have your pants fall down & show the world your tiny little shriveled balls. You may feel manly but everyone knows the truth.

    By MSP on Jan 26, 2011

  5. Look back at that Douche Bag Koch Or should we call him cock’s record the Green Bay Packers stunk in the 70s and 80s

    By Bobby on Jan 26, 2011

  6. Who is Bob Koch? What a fat, misogynist. But fitting he’s a Packer. He personifies what true Packer fans are – fat and stupid.

    I wonder, in all his tough-guy years, what he accomplished. How many winning teams was he on?

    He even minimized a diabetic (which is what Cutler is) to just taking orange juice. What a f*cking moronic thing to say. I wonder if he knows what diabetes is.

    Can’t wait until Koch can’t walk anymore. But don’t worry – he’s a tough guy.

    And it’s funny he mentions tampons – look at that picture of him. looks like he’s wearing Dpends.

    By Mark on Jan 26, 2011

  7. Hey. This guy is an ass. Im a Packers fan too. This guy did nothing as a green Bay Packer. He’s just a fat peice of crap now. He opinion means nothing.

    By Brian on Jan 26, 2011

  8. This ass hole only played in two playoff games in 82. They lost to Dallas in the second round 37-26. The next year with him on the team, They didn’t even make the playoffs. And now this fat ass is shooting his mouth off. What an embarrassment to football!

    By John on Jan 26, 2011

  9. CUTLER PLAYED AS MUCH AS HIS BODY COULD TOLERATE,LEAVE HIM ALONE NOBODY KNOWS IF HE COULD PLAY BUT HIM !!!! GIVE HIM A BREAK ,HE IS FACING CHICAGO FANS ,LOSING THE GAME,GETTING HURT AND TAKING ALL THE HATE…….I AM A 54 YEAR GREEN AND GOLDER SEEN GREG KOCH( NO LOSS) SHUT UP AND CONCENTRATE ON BEATING PITTSBURG ,OK? GO PACKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By TIM on Jan 26, 2011

  10. Right on Tim! focus on the super bowl. This guy Koch.. or Kunt I think his name should be.. Is a fat dumb pig.. He’s washed up looking for attention. What a dick head.

    By Mike K on Jan 27, 2011

  11. Koch was a great lineman for the Packers. He tells it like it is. Cultler and his girlfriends here are all pussies.

    Why don’t you wusses stick to soccer?

    By Gravedigger on Feb 4, 2011

  12. Yeah id like to see that old fuck even in his prime take the beating cutler did this year.. Behind a decent oline we would have won that fucking game.

    By fuck gb on Feb 20, 2011

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