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  • Urlacher: Jay Cutler's a p****

    http://www.sportingnews.com/blog/The..._Manhood/28993

    But things got interesting when talk turned to the rest of the NFC North.
    “Jay Cutler’s a good player,” Wade said. “Obviously it’s a much different environment going from Denver to Chicago. Chicago’s a tough guy kind of town.”
    Not entirely safe for work language occurs after the jump in what Wade says Urlacher said about Cutler …
    “I don’t want to get him (Urlacher) in trouble or anything,” Wade prefaced his story, “but Cutler’s not what they expected. Pretty much he said Jay Cutler’s a ***** for the most part.”
    CHRIS PETERSEN > STEVE SARKISIAN AND JIM MORA. CALL ME WHEN ONE MAKES A BCS BOWL.


    Originally posted by slightlyabroncosfan
    JBalla is mormon, so naturally he assumes that whenever you get one marriage done, another two or five are in the works.


  • #2
    Frankly, I'm only happy he is out of the AFC West

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    • #3
      http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...,5380020.story

      Urlacher denies it. Says Bobby Wade is just trying to start crap. That won't stop people from blowing it out of proportion.


      ` I have no problem with Jay," he said. ``I think we're all excited about Jay. That's why we made the trade. He's obviously one of the best quarterbacks in the league. I think we have a better chance to win the Super Bowl with him at quarterback.

      ``Again, I'm pretty sure Jay knows I wouldn't say that about him. It seems like something always happens before training camp, I guess. But it doesn't bother me. I've definitely had a lot worse things happen before training camp."

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      • #4
        I'm not surprised that Urlacher said that. Cutler alway kinda seemed like a cry baby in Denver.

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        • #5
          Welll.... he is.

          What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
          they get smoked.

          2010-2011 Super Bowl Champions
          Hint:Not the Bears.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ChezPower4 View Post
            I'm not surprised that Urlacher said that. Cutler alway kinda seemed like a cry baby in Denver.
            Yeah he certainly seemed that way.

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            • #7
              He may whine, but he also looks like if he's angry, he'll stomp your throat.


              Originally posted by Scott Wright
              Terrellezzzzzzzz Pryorzzzzzzzz!
              Originally posted by njx9
              do i tell you when to flip the burger?

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              • #8
                Jay Cutler's really overrated in my opinion anyway. A good starter, not a top-10 QB.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RavenOfProphecy View Post
                  Jay Cutler's really overrated in my opinion anyway. A good starter, not a top-10 QB.
                  I don't think you can name 10 QBs who are better than him. He's not an elite level QB at the moment and he's not a Super Bowl calibre QB(without a great defense) but I do think most teams would see him as an upgrade. Plus, he's 26 and the only faults he has are entirely correctable.

                  Not to say they will be corrected, as an example most of Rex Grossman's problems were correctable too. But Cutler is pretty much the prototype QB physically. Big, strong body, excellent mobility within the pocket, a brilliant pocket presence in terms of feeling the pressure and of course his cannon of an arm.

                  ****, I miss that guy.


                  Originally posted by Scott Wright
                  Terrellezzzzzzzz Pryorzzzzzzzz!
                  Originally posted by njx9
                  do i tell you when to flip the burger?

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                  • #10
                    I bet Cutler is gonna demand another trade. haha.

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                    • #11
                      ... I think this falls under the 'who gives a ****' category




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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by slightlyabroncosfan View Post
                        I don't think you can name 10 QBs who are better than him. He's not an elite level QB at the moment and he's not a Super Bowl calibre QB(without a great defense) but I do think most teams would see him as an upgrade. Plus, he's 26 and the only faults he has are entirely correctable.

                        Not to say they will be corrected, as an example most of Rex Grossman's problems were correctable too. But Cutler is pretty much the prototype QB physically. Big, strong body, excellent mobility within the pocket, a brilliant pocket presence in terms of feeling the pressure and of course his cannon of an arm.

                        ****, I miss that guy.
                        1. Tom Brady
                        2. Peyton Manning
                        3. Philip Rivers
                        4. Drew Brees
                        5. Kurt Warner
                        6. Tony Romo
                        7. Donovan McNabb
                        8. Aaron Rodgers
                        9. Matt Ryan
                        10. Eli Manning
                        11. Ben Roethlisberger
                        12. Carson Palmer
                        13. Jay Cutler

                        That's who I'd say is better. I think the top 5 is pretty self-explanatory. Romo actually has more TDs than Peyton the last two years if I recall correctly and he even missed a few games. Donovan McNabb is a proven winner who hasn't had much at WR in his career, and has still made it deep into the playoffs over and over. I thought Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan looked terrific their first seasons starting, and just generally are smart, accurate guys who can lead a team. Eli and Ben are both kind of overrated if you ask me as well, but they have the rings, so I guess I could see them at 8 and 9, too. Both are just a little too inconsistent for me, and Eli hasn't played well without Plaxico. Carson Palmer and Jay Cutler is a wash. I think Carson's playoff appearance and generally bigger body of work puts him a little ahead. I mean, Cutler could work his way up to #8 or so for me if say, he has another good year and wins a Super Bowl, but I'm not sure he's the guy I'd want leading my team.

                        EDIT: By the way, loose rankings, but you get the idea.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by RavenOfProphecy View Post
                          1. Tom Brady
                          2. Peyton Manning
                          3. Philip Rivers
                          4. Drew Brees
                          5. Kurt Warner
                          6. Tony Romo
                          7. Donovan McNabb
                          8. Aaron Rodgers
                          9. Matt Ryan
                          10. Eli Manning
                          11. Ben Roethlisberger
                          12. Carson Palmer
                          13. Jay Cutler

                          That's who I'd say is better. I think the top 5 is pretty self-explanatory. Romo actually has more TDs than Peyton the last two years if I recall correctly and he even missed a few games. Donovan McNabb is a proven winner who hasn't had much at WR in his career, and has still made it deep into the playoffs over and over. I thought Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan looked terrific their first seasons starting, and just generally are smart, accurate guys who can lead a team. Eli and Ben are both kind of overrated if you ask me as well, but they have the rings, so I guess I could see them at 8 and 9, too. Both are just a little too inconsistent for me, and Eli hasn't played well without Plaxico. Carson Palmer and Jay Cutler is a wash. I think Carson's playoff appearance and generally bigger body of work puts him a little ahead. I mean, Cutler could work his way up to #8 or so for me if say, he has another good year and wins a Super Bowl, but I'm not sure he's the guy I'd want leading my team.

                          EDIT: By the way, loose rankings, but you get the idea.
                          lol at Matt Ryan. Why not put Flacco on there?

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                          • #14
                            For what it's worth, I'd put Pennington #14, Cassel #15, Schaub #16, and then Vick #17 narrowly ahead of Hasselbeck (#18) and Flacco (#19). Very dangerous weapon and a total mismatch, plus Vick is a much better thrower than people think. His stats aren't the best, but keep in mind they kept switching the offense, trying to turn him into a pocket guy, and he played with absolutely atrocious receivers (yes, I know Roddy White was there, but he wasn't good yet) that dropped an absurd amount of passes. I think his completion percentage without all the drops would go from 55% or so to around 58-59%.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by regoob2 View Post
                              lol at Matt Ryan. Why not put Flacco on there?
                              Matt Ryan had a great season. He took a team that picked #3 and went 11-5. Yes, they had Michael Turner, but Ryan was playing behind an average line with no safety valve at tight end as a true rookie and did a great job. I'm expecting around 3,600 yards, 63% completion, and 24 touchdowns this year. Joe Flacco didn't do much of anything. I'll give him that he also made the playoffs (but with a much better team and supporting cast), but that offense was dumbed down passing-wise and I don't think they would have been much worse with Troy Smith.

                              EDIT: Looking at his stats last year though, I do guess Matt Ryan might belong around #11 in favor of Eli and Ben. I thought he threw for more touchdowns. Still, I'd rather take Ryan than Jay Cutler or Carson Palmer.

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