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  • #16
    Cutler isnt as flashy or as Outspoken or dating a super model or anything (Or country singer) so he gets looked over, then u see plays like when he bombed that one to Javon against Arizona or the toss to Royal and people start going "Oh....yeah...he's pretty good!" and then he is thrown into the table.

    I really think Manning and Brady will stay on top like Favre is in their late 30's, Cutler will be one of the young guns as long as we keep guys like Marsh, Roy, and even Darrell jackson for him to throw too, u can toss balls all day but if no one catches em...u look dumb. We cant do like Elway, after the 3 Amigos left, he had NO decent WR's for a few years in HIS prime...we need to keep the cookie jar stocked

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    • #17
      I absolutely loved the way the 3 Mikes called the game, they are a far superior grouping than Tirico, Kornheiser, and Jaws.

      There is no doubt in my mind that Cutler will be not only top 5 but top 3 at years end, he's better than Big Ben, I'm sorry but Ben is more of a care-taker QB than anything.

      I gave Cutler generous projections before the season started, but after Monday's performance I have no doubts that he throws for 4,000 yards and 30+ TD's.!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by cutler7624 View Post
        A lot of people don't like those guys but I watch that show a lot. I thought Mike/Mike/Ditka were ripping the Raiders hard there for a while. Especially Ditka. But like I said I watch them a lot so I might be a little biased
        When Ditka started giving props to the Bronc's they weren't about to get in Ditka's face . lol More like kiss his ring. But they did what they could without irritating Madman Mike Ditka.
        Those Indians could prove troublesome...General George Armstrong Custer

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        • #19
          Originally posted by KWHIT97 View Post
          I absolutely loved the way the 3 Mikes called the game, they are a far superior grouping than Tirico, Kornheiser, and Jaws.
          30+ TD's.!
          I hate those other three commentators, especially Kornheiser. What does it take to become a commentator these days? seriously...

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Taz_bb2 View Post
            In case you weren't watching the TV last Sunday...

            Brady is out for the season. Kinda hard to put up Top 5 numbers when you can't play.

            Manning looked just a hair above Leinhart (sp) and Croyle. He was stiff, off balance and it was very easy to see he was favoring his left leg, especially when he had to throw. His "stretch" run hand-off was scrapped for the easier long toss. He has a long way to come to get back to top 5 status.

            Revised Top 5:
            1: Big Ben
            2: Drew Brees
            3: Jay Cutler
            4: Brett Farve
            5: Donovan McNabb

            ANY of the top 3 can be moved around at any time and based on bias. Personally, I think Cutler is better than Brees, but after all, it IS just Week 1. By Week 5, we'll have a better idea of the Top 5 based on consistency, which is what wins Championships.
            Thank YOU for saving this thread. I was reading this and checking the dates on the posts like, "What the **** isn't Brady out for the season!?!?!"

            Anyway, I see Cutler finishing top three.

            Although I realy hate to say it and I can't stand the guy, Tony Romo may be in that equation too.
            Last edited by // / yardo; 09-11-2008, 08:36 AM.

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            • #21
              I also am betting Manning is in there. He hasn't played all pre-season, but in week 2 he may light it up again like Manning does.

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              • #22
                I would not trade Cutler for any other QB. He is starting to be as good as Big Ben and is younger, being drafted 2 years after him. As long as Cutler remains healthy and playing like this, we don't have to worry about the QB position.
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                • #23
                  MCNabb is a top 5 QB if he's healthy, but that's just too much of an if.

                  I would not put Favre in the talks of top 5 right now, even though he's still one of the better QB's in the NFL.

                  I would say Brees is, but he's slipped a little since his season 2 years ago. He's still among the leagues best.

                  I hate to say it and can't stand the guy, but IMHO Romo is the best in the league and will be for years to come.

                  There isn't another QB in the NFL that I would trade Cutler for. He's among the NFL's tops, will be for years to come, and is the best fit QB for Shanahan's offense.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by // / yardo View Post
                    Thank YOU for saving this thread. I was reading this and checking the dates on the posts like, "What the **** isn't Brady out for the season!?!?!"

                    Anyway, I see Cutler finishing top three.

                    Although I realy hate to say it and I can't stand the guy, Tony Romo may be in that equation too.
                    That's what I was thinking. Kinda hard to be in the Top 5 of anything if you don't play, unless we are talking about public opinion instead of performance. Hell, by Week 3, Jamarcus Russell will have better STATS than Brady has to date, but we all know they aren't even in the same solar system.

                    Romo, as much as I hate the traitorous fruitcake, is sitting around 6th or 7th, IMO. He's as goofy-faced as Rivers and his IQ is dropping fast thanks to Jessica, but he's got some skills.


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                    • #25
                      1. Jay Cutler(I'm serious, look at our offensive firepower)
                      2. Eli Manning(he has plax and jacobs)
                      3. Peyton Manning
                      4. Brett Favre
                      5. Tony Romo

                      Eli has the least amount of offensive weapons. He is younger and is also a better athlete than his brother, while he may look goofier.


                      Oh yeah, Aaron Rodgers is weak. The things QB2-5 have in common are this. They have a great running back, shanny needs to cut it out with the undrafted ****(poop)heads, he is getting a little cocky.

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