First off I want to apologize to anyone that has really put any stock in the Chicago Bears being any better with Jay Cutler at the helm in the 2010 season, because there is no way that Cutler makes any team better. Good, winning QB’s don’t throw 20 pics a season. Its now looking like the Denver Broncos made one of the smartest moves of the decade by trading away what everyone thought was a great QB in Cutler for, what everyone thought was just a game managing QB in Orton. In reality the Broncos got rid of a turn over machine in Cutler, and picked up what’s turning out to be a wonderful QB. Just watch because the proof is in the puddin, Kyle Orton can chuck the ball all over the yard and rarely turns it over, while on the other hand Jay Cutler can barely tie his own shoes on the sideline.
Everyone, including myself thought when Jay was coming out of Vanderbilt that he was really going to be a special player. For the first few years of his career it seemed that there was a high ceiling on him as well, and that all he needed to do was cut back on the INT’s and he would be just fine. Well five years in and nothing has changed, if anything he’s just gotten worse. He throws more pics now and less TD’s. A lot of times in sports having a cocky attitude can be a wonderful attribute for a player, it can mean they’re confident in there ability and they don’t second guess themselves. Well in Jay Cutlers case it’s a horrible attribute, he believes that he is way better than he really is, he thinks he can squeeze the ball in impossible spots when in reality he couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn. Having a HUGE arm doesn’t mean squat when your horribly inaccurate. The guy also just makes awful decisions on the field, when he gets in trouble he just throws the ball up for anyone to grab, or he throws the ball into triple coverage when there’s two open men on the other side of the field. Jay Cutler is flat out the WORST QB IN FOOTBALL, no other QB makes as many mental and physical mistakes as him, and no other QB cost’s his team the game more than Cutler. Y0u well never utter or hear the words, “oh if it wasnt for Cutler we would have won” because it well never ring true. Just look at his stats they speak for themselvesÂ http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=9597
The saddest thing about the whole situation is that the Chicago Bears are just loaded up with talent, both on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. If they just had a decent QB to manage the game and not make many mistakes (Kyle Orton) then they would really be able to make a serious push in the NFC. Well unless they have the onions to sit Jay, there season will just slowly slip away. Even though there record is good now, the defense cant hold the team up forever, they’re just not that good.