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How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL?

Postby sanka » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:35 pm

What kind of voodoo is he using?
He has been in the league for 10+ years and he hasn't done **** yet....the media keep giving him a pass ....this clown qbing is as stale as blue cheese.

All i keep hearing is that he has a strong arm...blah blah blah

If Cutler's ****ing like his Quarterbacking ...I bet he couldn't hit a gspot on a 12 pound ***** :lol: :lol:
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby MJW » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:43 pm

sanka wrote:What kind of voodoo is he using?
He has been in the league for 10+ years and he hasn't done **** yet....the media keep giving him a pass ....this clown qbing is as stale as blue cheese.

All i keep hearing is that he has a strong arm...blah blah blah

If Cutler's ****ing like his Quarterbacking ...I bet he couldn't hit a gspot on a 12 pound ***** :lol: :lol:


The Media is giving him a pass? He's probably the most scrutinized starting QB in the league and has been for almost a decade.

To answer your question, he parlayed some good short-term numbers and some desperation by the Bears into a very onerous contract that's been very difficult to get out from under. Then the Bears hired John Fox, who (left to his own devices) his one of the least QB-centric coaches in the league. He built an NFC powerhouse with Jake Delhomme for crying out loud. So replacing Cutler hasn't been a high priority for him yet.

Also, he wasn't bad last year in a conservative attack, though with Adam Gase gone we'll see if that lasts.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Caradoc » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:47 pm

Jeff George 2.0
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby MJW » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:51 pm

Caradoc wrote:Jeff George 2.0


He's better than George ever was, though George had the strongest arm I've ever seen. I don't think Cutler is a bad quarterback. But between being a first rounder, being traded for TWO First Rounders, and getting paid franchise QB money, you expect more than he's ever been capable of.

In a perfect world, Jay Cutler is someone like Derek Anderson, spending a decade as a rock-solid backup.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:05 pm

MJW wrote:
sanka wrote:What kind of voodoo is he using?
He has been in the league for 10+ years and he hasn't done **** yet....the media keep giving him a pass ....this clown qbing is as stale as blue cheese.

All i keep hearing is that he has a strong arm...blah blah blah

If Cutler's ****ing like his Quarterbacking ...I bet he couldn't hit a gspot on a 12 pound ***** :lol: :lol:


The Media is giving him a pass? He's probably the most scrutinized starting QB in the league and has been for almost a decade.

To answer your question, he parlayed some good short-term numbers and some desperation by the Bears into a very onerous contract that's been very difficult to get out from under. Then the Bears hired John Fox, who (left to his own devices) his one of the least QB-centric coaches in the league. He built an NFC powerhouse with Jake Delhomme for crying out loud. So replacing Cutler hasn't been a high priority for him yet.

Also, he wasn't bad last year in a conservative attack, though with Adam Gase gone we'll see if that lasts.


Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft....and not to put all their eggs in one basket.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Bootz2004 » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:12 pm

I don't think he's that bad either. You can do a lot worse.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Bootz2004 » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:15 pm

sanka wrote:
MJW wrote:
The Media is giving him a pass? He's probably the most scrutinized starting QB in the league and has been for almost a decade.

To answer your question, he parlayed some good short-term numbers and some desperation by the Bears into a very onerous contract that's been very difficult to get out from under. Then the Bears hired John Fox, who (left to his own devices) his one of the least QB-centric coaches in the league. He built an NFC powerhouse with Jake Delhomme for crying out loud. So replacing Cutler hasn't been a high priority for him yet.

Also, he wasn't bad last year in a conservative attack, though with Adam Gase gone we'll see if that lasts.


Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft.


And perhaps that is the problem, Sanka. Remember when Alex Smith was a bust? He literally had a new OC every season his 1st 5-6 seasons in the league. Stability is an underrated concept in the NFL.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby MJW » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:27 pm

sanka wrote:
MJW wrote:
The Media is giving him a pass? He's probably the most scrutinized starting QB in the league and has been for almost a decade.

To answer your question, he parlayed some good short-term numbers and some desperation by the Bears into a very onerous contract that's been very difficult to get out from under. Then the Bears hired John Fox, who (left to his own devices) his one of the least QB-centric coaches in the league. He built an NFC powerhouse with Jake Delhomme for crying out loud. So replacing Cutler hasn't been a high priority for him yet.

Also, he wasn't bad last year in a conservative attack, though with Adam Gase gone we'll see if that lasts.


Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft....and not to put all their eggs in one basket.


WHERE DO YOU SEE AN EXCUSE IN MY POST YOU MOUTHBREATHER? Do you even read the posts you respond to?
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Nano » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:35 pm

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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby theBKwhopper » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:50 pm

MJW wrote:
sanka wrote:
Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft....and not to put all their eggs in one basket.


WHERE DO YOU SEE AN EXCUSE IN MY POST YOU MOUTHBREATHER? Do you even read the posts you respond to?

Hahahaha "Mouth breather." Nice.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby MJW » Sat Sep 17, 2016 12:15 am

theBKwhopper wrote:
MJW wrote:
WHERE DO YOU SEE AN EXCUSE IN MY POST YOU MOUTHBREATHER? Do you even read the posts you respond to?

Hahahaha "Mouth breather." Nice.


This kid is tiresome.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Swashy » Sat Sep 17, 2016 12:42 am

sanka wrote:
MJW wrote:
The Media is giving him a pass? He's probably the most scrutinized starting QB in the league and has been for almost a decade.

To answer your question, he parlayed some good short-term numbers and some desperation by the Bears into a very onerous contract that's been very difficult to get out from under. Then the Bears hired John Fox, who (left to his own devices) his one of the least QB-centric coaches in the league. He built an NFC powerhouse with Jake Delhomme for crying out loud. So replacing Cutler hasn't been a high priority for him yet.

Also, he wasn't bad last year in a conservative attack, though with Adam Gase gone we'll see if that lasts.


Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft....and not to put all their eggs in one basket.


Given the fact he's had so many HC's/OC's lately don't you think that would be a major inhibitor towards his success? Every time the Bears REALLY hit their stride Cutler would go down with a major injury and it happened at a time when the Bears had come off a NFC Championship game and were poised to continue their Super Bowl push. But chalk that up to Chicago's inability to provide Culter with a better offensive line. They paid the price for it by getting their QB killed over and over again for 3 years straight. After a certain point it became unacceptable and Lovie took the fall for it. Once he was gone the Bears have been a carousel of nonsense.

If you HAVE to knock Cutler it's that his career playoff victory came against the notorious 7-9 Seahawks. But I'll be damned if the guy could ever get to the playoffs again once in a string of 8-8, 10-6, 8-8 seasons that all should've seen the Bears win 11+ games. But it never happened because he would be killed and miss most of the last half of the season due to anything from lower body injury to concussions.

People are entitled to say whatever they want about Culter but I'll be damned if anyone else in this league has taken the beating he has.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Sat Sep 17, 2016 2:17 am

Bootz2004 wrote:
sanka wrote:
Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft.


And perhaps that is the problem, Sanka. Remember when Alex Smith was a bust? He literally had a new OC every season his 1st 5-6 seasons in the league. Stability is an underrated concept in the NFL.


No it is not the problem...lets just admit the guy is what he is...

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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Sat Sep 17, 2016 2:21 am

MJW wrote:
sanka wrote:
Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft....and not to put all their eggs in one basket.


WHERE DO YOU SEE AN EXCUSE IN MY POST YOU MOUTHBREATHER? Do you even read the posts you respond to?


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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Sat Sep 17, 2016 2:29 am

Swashy wrote:
sanka wrote:
Are you finished with your excuses? There is no qb in the league that has had more head coaches and offensive coordinators than Cutler.

Maryjane we saw this movie before....just last season...we all know how it will end ....at least the Cowboys learnt their lesson investing in a young Qb in the draft....and not to put all their eggs in one basket.


Given the fact he's had so many HC's/OC's lately don't you think that would be a major inhibitor towards his success? Every time the Bears REALLY hit their stride Cutler would go down with a major injury and it happened at a time when the Bears had come off a NFC Championship game and were poised to continue their Super Bowl push. But chalk that up to Chicago's inability to provide Culter with a better offensive line. They paid the price for it by getting their QB killed over and over again for 3 years straight. After a certain point it became unacceptable and Lovie took the fall for it. Once he was gone the Bears have been a carousel of nonsense.

If you HAVE to knock Cutler it's that his career playoff victory came against the notorious 7-9 Seahawks. But I'll be damned if the guy could ever get to the playoffs again once in a string of 8-8, 10-6, 8-8 seasons that all should've seen the Bears win 11+ games. But it never happened because he would be killed and miss most of the last half of the season due to anything from lower body injury to concussions.

People are entitled to say whatever they want about Culter but I'll be damned if anyone else in this league has taken the beating he has.


The numbers do not lie....

10 Seasons. 0 Pro-Bowls.
10 Seasons. 0 Super Bowls.
10 Seasons. 0 SB Appearances.
10 Seasons. 1 Playoff win as you mentioned above.
10 Seasons. 5 Head Coaches.
10 Seasons. ≈ 6-7 Offensive Coordinators.
10 Seasons. 0 Top-100 player ranking votes.
-10 Seasons. Less than .500 Record...67-68 record

How long are you going to keep making excuses for this sorry ass of a QB....Every player that has left the Bears always have some bullshit to say about Cutler.. :lol: :lol: 
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Tue Sep 20, 2016 1:46 am

Cutler on the sideline during the Eagles game.....

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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Wesmon » Tue Sep 20, 2016 3:03 am

I'd just like to use this opportunity to point out that I picked John Fox as the first coach fired this season in the thread we had about which coach will be fired first. Jay Cutler is a legend when it comes to killing coaches.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Corsair » Tue Sep 20, 2016 3:38 am

Corsair wrote:
Wesmon wrote:Jay Cutler is a coach killer

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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Jason Bourne » Tue Sep 20, 2016 6:04 am

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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Wenchy » Tue Sep 20, 2016 8:33 am

He shouldn't be a starting QB, if for no other reason than his infuriatingly weak chin.

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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Buccs99 » Tue Sep 20, 2016 8:40 am

Bears havent been a good organization in 10 years. Coaching Carousel. Cutler is an average qb getting paid a **** ton of money. Bad upper office who cant seem to grasp the fact they made a mistake and have decided to draft around this guy rather than replacing him.


the whole thing is at fault, including Cutler.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Patrick McIrish » Tue Sep 20, 2016 11:26 am

I finally agree with Sanka on something........

Cutler's a friggin' joke!

Been 12 years in the league, made the playoffs once. And in the NFC title game got hit a few times and sat out with a "sore ankle". :lol:

Dude is soft, a turnover machine, and doesn't really give a **** either way. He's the polar opposite of a Winston on his will to win.

BTW some of the vets might remember this but we were mentioned as taking him when he left Denver......

That was one most the forum got right. We were almost all against taking Cutler down here in Tampa.

I haven't regretted that decision yet.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Nano » Tue Sep 20, 2016 12:33 pm

Speaking of Cutler....he's hurt. Could miss anywhere from 4 weeks to 4 months(depending on if they decide surgery)
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Wed Sep 21, 2016 12:58 am

Nano wrote:Speaking of Cutler....he's hurt. Could miss anywhere from 4 weeks to 4 months(depending on if they decide surgery)

Probably the best news Chicago sports fans have heard since Jordan unretire for the second 3-peat
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby MJW » Fri Sep 23, 2016 1:30 am

sanka wrote:
Nano wrote:Speaking of Cutler....he's hurt. Could miss anywhere from 4 weeks to 4 months(depending on if they decide surgery)

Probably the best news Chicago sports fans have heard since Jordan unretire for the second 3-peat


Are you saying that they'll be better with Brian Hoyer?
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Patrick McIrish » Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:05 am

MJW wrote:Are you saying that they'll be better with Brian Hoyer?



I'd say yes. Just about anyone would be an upgrade.

And before you throw a lot of numbers my way I just don't think Cutler is much of an inspiration to anyone other than his agent.

That kind of body language, "leadership", not to mention his contract, all those things are a big drag to the Bears organization.

An injury that forces the Bears to move on would be the best thing for them in the long run, they obviously lack the smarts to see it.
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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:23 am

Patrick McIrish wrote:
MJW wrote:Are you saying that they'll be better with Brian Hoyer?



I'd say yes. Just about anyone would be an upgrade.

And before you throw a lot of numbers my way I just don't think Cutler is much of an inspiration to anyone other than his agent.

That kind of body language, "leadership", not to mention his contract, all those things are a big drag to the Bears organization.

An injury that forces the Bears to move on would be the best thing for them in the long run, they obviously lack the smarts to see it.


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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby Patrick McIrish » Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:25 am

You buy it and I'm all in. 8-)


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Re: How isJay Cutler still a starting Quarterback in the NFL

Postby sanka » Sun Aug 06, 2017 4:05 pm

NFL is a joke...why are people so over sensitive today?
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