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  • Who does this sound like?

    NFL.com write-up on Stafford... Could be a write-up for Cutler?

    Analysis

    Positives: Perhaps a bit shorter than preferred, but has excellent bulk and strength for the position. ... Durable performer who never missed a college game due to injury, despite a leaky offensive line. ... Efficient footwork and depth on his drop from center. ... Quick to scan the field and go through his progressions. ... Elite arm strength. ... Can make all the throws and shows power and toughness getting the ball deep even when defenders are closing and making contact. ... Consistent with excellent accuracy to all levels of the field. ... Consistent placing the deep out on the far shoulder of his receiver, away from the defender. ... Has good deep accuracy and trajectory. ... Lofts the ball high enough to allow his receiver to run under it. ... Aggressive, but has developed into a smarter passer over his career and will take what the defense gives him by dropping to his second and third options. ... Learning to look off the safety. ... Underrated core strength. ... Keeps his eyes downfield and will step up in the pocket and is willing to take a hit to complete the pass. ... Surprisingly nimble in the pocket and can avoid the rush. ... Underrated straight-line speed and will take what the defense gives him. ... Takes his own success and that of the team very seriously. ... Extremely competitive. ... Team captain. ... Undefeated in bowl games.

    Negatives: Can get fundamentally lazy... ... Though he has an efficient overall release, should be able to speed it up for underneath screens passes to take better advantage of the surprise to the defense. ... Sloppy footwork. ... Will get lazy and throw off his back foot, which could lead to turnovers in the NFL... ... Willing to throw into tight spots, though more often than not he places the ball where it needs to be... ... Not great accuracy on crossing routes. ... Too often leads his receivers too far or forces them to reach back, slowing their momentum and limiting their ability to generate yardage after the catch.
    Superbowl 50 Champs!

  • #2
    "Has good deep accuracy"

    considering the past year, this doesn't apply to cutler. I guess most of the scouting report does apply to cutler though.
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    • #3
      Funny...I didnt see, "Cries like a little *****," on his negatives.
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      • #4
        But why would we want a guy that is like jay Cutler when we have Cutler? I think that someone needs to explain that one to me
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        • #5
          Originally posted by japfaff View Post
          But why would we want a guy that is like jay Cutler when we have Cutler? I think that someone needs to explain that one to me
          cause you can mold stafford into the qb you want him to be where as Cutler (in McDaniels opinion) won't change his ways.
          Bronco fan 33 years and counting, GO BRONCOS!

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          • #6
            I would rather take a chance at molding Sanchez than I would Stafford.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gbt31 View Post
              I would rather take a chance at molding Sanchez than I would Stafford.
              I think I would too.
              Bronco fan 33 years and counting, GO BRONCOS!

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              • #8
                I will take a pass on both....then take a shot at one of the big three to come out next year.... I would love Bradford
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                • #9
                  Big 3? Tebow is not an NFL QB. He is like the Tyler Hansboro of College Football.
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