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Bears Trade Kyle Orton and 2 First round Picks for Rex Grossman?

April 2, 2009 by MadisonMadnuff · 4 Comments 

jay cutler Bears Trade Kyle Orton and 2 First round Picks for Rex Grossman?

Bears Trade Kyle Orton and 2 First round Picks for Rex Grossemen?

OK that is not what happened but essentially Jay cutler and Rex are what I call “same guys” If you need an example, (Nick Nolte, Gary Busie (same guy)), (Lavernius Coles, Santana Moss (Same guy), (Phill Simms, Bommer Esaision(Same guy)). Meaning that they a different people but in fact look similar and have pretty much the exact same set of skills. Rex was touted for his arm strength and ability to continue a play, just like Cutler. The problem it is not the quarterbacks in Chicago it is the play calling, now the team has another Rex Grossman, who clearly did not work in their system and essentially are going to ruin Jay Cutlers career. If Rex Grossman was in Denver he would have played well to…..think about it Brian Griese, and Jake the Snake, both played well under Shannohan’s genius offensive designs. Chicago has made a huge mistake by giving up their top picks for another Rex Grossman, mark it down now this move will lead to Lovie Smith losing his job sooner or later. Now I am not saying that Jay cutler isn’t good believe me he is, but he isn’t great and the way the Chicago offense is currently set up you can’t succeed unless you are great. For this trade to work Chicago is going to need to change their offense to fit Jay cutler which is a spread balance attack, but Chicago has one problem; they can’t go spread because they have no receivers. Also due to the trade they won’t have a chance to pick up a top Wideout in the draft for two years. Great job Chicago (sarcasm)

Where Will Jay Cutler Go from Here?

March 16, 2009 by AlexV · 12 Comments 

Jay Cutler could be making many fans of some other lucky team smile sometime soon.

Jay Cutler could be making many fans of some other lucky team smile sometime soon.

Yesterday it was reported that the Pro Bowl Quarterback of the Denver Broncos, Jay Cutler, had officially requested a trade. Today, we the people, began contemplating where he might end up if his request is honored. I’m sure there are many fans out there whose team could use a guy in Jay Cutler who played like the potential franchise-type quarterback that many analysts foresaw. The scoop is that new head coach Josh McDaniels, who was offensive coordinator for the Patriots, wanted to trade Cutler for Matt Cassel since he was familiar with his system already. This has since angered the young Cutler and he now wants to go… but where?!

To start off an easy process of elimination, every team in the AFC is out since teams don’t usually like to send star players away to in-conference franchises. And although Cassel was finally traded to another AFC team, like his former Patriots, in the Chiefs, that was more of an “I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine” deal.

This was the widespread thought when that deal went down, because Scott Pioli, the former general manager of the Patriots moved onto Kansas City to try and resurrect that ball club.

So the AFC is out!

In the NFC East, Dallas has Tony Romo, NY has Eli Manning, and Philadelphia has Donovan McNabb. So far, Jason Campbell of the Washington Redskins still has a lot to prove, while Cutler seems way more promising than him thus far when both their careers are compared.

In the NFC North, the Packers have Aaron Rodgers, and the Vikings made moves to throw their young QB Tarvaris Jackson into a competition with newly acquired Sage Rosenfels from Houston. I don’t think that the Lions could attract an odor, so the Bears are definitely a hot spot. They’ve had no success with Rex Grossman, and minimal with Kyle Orton.

In the NFC South, the Saints boast Drew Brees, and the Falcons have a young star in rookie of the year Matt Ryan. The Panthers would have looked to have some great trade bait with the disgruntled Julius Peppers, but now it looks like he may be a Patriot soon. However, with Jake Delhomme being their current signal caller you still can’t count them out. Then there’s the Buccaneers who got rid of veteran Jeff Garcia.

After that, in the NFC West, the Seahawks have Matt Hasselbeck who is not past his better days yet, and Kurt Warner is obviously safe as the Cardinals QB. Cross those two teams out and you have the 49ers with the disappointing results of Alex Smith’s progress, and the St. Louis Rams, who should have started thinking about dropping Marc Bulger quite some time ago.

So there you have it. The top candidates to have Jay Cutler for President!