Why Jay Cutler Will Fall Flat on His Face

By NFLSportChannel
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Published: April 4, 2009

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... Bears commenced. Chicago gets their first "franchise" QB since Jim McMahon was taking them to the Superbowl once upon a 1985.

I still don't understand the reasoning behind labeling Cutler a franchise QB when he has a losing record as a starter (17-20) and has exactly zero playoff appearances. What makes me smirk is that the Broncos not only made out with three high draft choices. They get a QB who is 21-12 as a starter, who has proven he can win, with Kyle Orton.

Cutler, say goodbye to your young, stud offensive line who only gave up 11 sacks in 2008. Say goodbye to that magical running game they brew up there in the Mile High City. Say goodbye to Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal, perhaps the top young duo of WR's in the league, along with slot WR Brandon Stokely, make a very forrmindable trio.

Say goodbye to an offense ranked second in yards, third in passing, 12th in rushing. At least he is leaving the 30th ranked defense in points allowed, and 26th in pa...

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