Did Josh see this coming and did he know more about Cutler than we did?

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    Did Josh see this coming and did he know more about Cutler than we did?

    Last year Cutler looked like he was on the verge of being a premier QB. Last night he looked like a rookie QB. Did Josh think that he didn't have the brain or maturity to run the complicated NE type offense? It looked like it last night. Chalk it up to a new scheme or whatever, but Cutler would have had to learn one in Denver too. Or was the Bears defense that good? ( they sure looked good)
     
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    Josh knew Cutler was undisciplined. He tried to be like Favre or Roethlisberger, taking risks to make big plays out of busted ones. In Chicago he doesn't have guys like Marshall to bail him out with spectacular catches. I don't think Cutler is stupid, just stubborn. Josh's offense calls for the QB to be more conservative and not ad lib so much. Jay was a bad fit and Josh knew it. The fans were all upset because they saw Cutlers stats and little else. But those stats didn't translate into wins, and his style hurt the team down the stretch and against good defenses. The Bears will be lucky to go 8-8 with Cutler at QB this year, unless the defense can play like Buddy Ryan's 46 did back in 85!
     
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    [QUOTE]Last year Cutler looked like he was on the verge of being a premier QB. Last night he looked like a rookie QB. Did Josh think that he didn't have the brain or maturity to run the complicated NE type offense? It looked like it last night. Chalk it up to a new scheme or whatever, but Cutler would have had to learn one in Denver too. Or was the Bears defense that good? ( they sure looked good)
    Posted by crasian[/QUOTE]

    Cutler is a whiny baby with a good arm. He wants to be the next Brett Favre, not Joe Montana. And for some incredible reason, the NFL publicity machine keeps throwing Mr. Interception, with his one SuperBowl in 16 years despite being on some dominant teams, as the role model for young QBs.
    Personality and leadership are crucial at the QB position. Does Cutler really have this?
     
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    Re: Did Josh see the this know more about Cutler than we did?

    Josh is a good evaluator and Cutler never worried me when the Pat's played him.  Cutler isn't going to look this bad for long though. Orton is no Brady but I think Josh saw in him a guy that would listen and not go off script. 
    Vikings win the Black and blue as long as Favre doesn't turn into the old Favre. He needs to hand off a lot like they did and throw high % passes and just go down field once in a while to keep defense honest. If they do this 12-4 or so is what I see from them.
     
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    [QUOTE]Josh knew Cutler was undisciplined. He tried to be like Favre or Roethlisberger, taking risks to make big plays out of busted ones. In Chicago he doesn't have guys like Marshall to bail him out with spectacular catches. I don't think Cutler is stupid, just stubborn. Josh's offense calls for the QB to be more conservative and not ad lib so much. Jay was a bad fit and Josh knew it. The fans were all upset because they saw Cutlers stats and little else. But those stats didn't translate into wins, and his style hurt the team down the stretch and against good defenses. The Bears will be lucky to go 8-8 with Cutler at QB this year, unless the defense can play like Buddy Ryan's 46 did back in 85!
    Posted by bubthegrub2[/QUOTE]

    +1

    Thanks, for that. Laughing
     
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    Cutler is over rated. Stats mean jack in this league and he couldnt score TDs last year at all. Josh knew he wasnt his guy and he made a move and Cutler cried till he was thrown out of town. And now the Bears are 0-1 and the Broncos are 1-0
     
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    [QUOTE]Cutler is over rated. Stats mean jack in this league and he couldnt score TDs last year at all. Josh knew he wasnt his guy and he made a move and Cutler cried till he was thrown out of town. And now the Bears are 0-1 and the Broncos are 1-0
    Posted by MVPkilla[/QUOTE]

    I agree Tas - McDaniels wanted an underthrowing QB to tip balls to his wide open receivers and he got just that in Orton.  Take away Orton's last throw - which would have been intercepted by a Packer DB - and he was about 50% for a buck 40. 

    And I like Orton.  That said, Cutler needs to settle down. 
     
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    A Packer DB? Didnt the Broncos beat the Bangels? Also in the world of sports a win is a win. Orton is undeafeated right now and Cutler looks like a bum.
     
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    Cutler could have/should have had at least 7 ints last night.

     
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    Re: Did Josh see this coming and did he know more about Cutler than we did?

    Cutler is a natural talent, but an extremely unrefined QB.  He played TE when he arrived at Vanderbilt, and does not have a high football IQ.

    The best possibility is a Favre/Roethlisberger type of QB who's natural ability can make up for shortcomings, but he does not have the technique or intelligence, alone, to win championships.  But, he's got the arm to win a lot of games.
     
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