Hey Media, Where’s the Balance On Cutler Coverage?

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Published: April 2, 2009

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... are in the tank for some franchises—see Len Pasquarelli’s coverage of the Redskins, for example. Shameful. Columnists guard the flow of information from key sources to make sure they get scoops once in a while in order to keep their jobs.

The way of the world, I’m afraid. 

The Denver organization must have Corelone-type tentacles though, because the coverage of the Cutler affair has been decidedly one-sided.

Group think is the only rationale to be taken from the Jay Cutler saga. Yeah, it’s high profile. All we need is Sue Ellen Ewing riding off with owner Pat Bowen to get more drama from the story. It is a big-time deal, and everyone has a take. But does every opinion have to be alike? Apparently so, but why?

The media has been all pro-Bronco, anti-Cutler in this one for no real reason. In my mind, in fact, it should be quite the opposite.

This is why—Denver tried to trade Cutler to start the ball rolling ...

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