Jay Cutler’s Defining Moment: Pouters Never Win

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Published: March 18, 2009


... of foot, and a quick witted improviser, Cutler was about to be paired with the mind that put Matt Cassel on the map, the guy that fashioned the rebirth of Randy Moss and the emergence of Wes Welker. 

Then he cried. Note to Jay Cutler. There is no crying in football. Cutler had his feelings hurt because his new coach wanted competition at the QB position. 

I don't remember Joe Montana holding out when the Niners brought in Steve Young. 

So here's Jay Cutler. He has Josh McDaniels signed on. He has a 100-catch receiver in Brandon Marshall. He has Denver's version of Wes Welker in Eddie Royal. He has Tony Scheffler as a pass-catching tight end. He has a solid running back corps as well. 

He gets faced with competition and he bolts. I wonder what he'd do faced with playoff pressure? 

The last time the Broncos tasted the playoffs, Jake Plummer was at the helm.  Vanderbilt went to a bowl game in 2008, but not during Cutler's s...

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