The Jay Cutler Saga: In Need of an Alternate Ending


Published: April 3, 2009


... they want. With salaries the way they are, they simply have too much power. But that didn't stop me from hoping.

I was hoping Denver would sign David Klingler and make Cutler the third-string quarterback, or maybe the starting punter. I was hoping he'd be traded to the Toronto Argonauts, or perhaps, the Detroit Lions.

Admit it: After all his bitching and moaning, it would be fun to watch Cutler squirm in mediocrity.

Oh wait, that's exactly what he's already done in amassing a 17-20 career record in the NFL.

Yeah, you read that correctly. Seventeen wins, 20 losses. I admit it's been awhile since I enrolled in calculus, but by my math that's a losing record.

So how is it, exactly, that Cutler obtained this superhuman status. Yeah, he made a Pro Bowl. But he's also failed to prove he can win consistently and cried like a five-year old the minute his name popped up in trade rumors.

He has a rocket arm and all the physical gifts. I get it. But so ...

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