Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

jay-cutler-is-the-worst-quarterback-starting-in-the-nfl

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • jay-cutler-is-the-worst-quarterback-starting-in-the-nfl

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...ing-in-the-nfl

    I love to gloat....he he he....


    First things first.

    Everybody, who criticized Josh McDaniels, one year ago, for trading Jay Cutler should send a handwritten apology.

    Here's mine.

    McDaniels should, in fact, be lauded for one of the most one-sided deals in NFL history—two first round picks, a third round pick, and Kyle Orton for 33 interceptions in preseason and regular season.

    The fact that he had a lot of interceptions is not as significant as how those interceptions came about. Underthrown, overthrown, thrown straight to defenders, trying to fit into extremely tight spots. These kind of passes are never the receiver's fault. Or the offensive line's. Or the coordinator's. Or the head coach's.


    Accuracy and Decision-Making

    Good and great quarterbacks have the following skills: Accuracy, decision-making, quick release, quick feet, timing, strong arm, play-making under pressure, leadership, courage.

    Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Drew Brees have all these qualities. Joe Montana, John Elway, Dan Marino, and Troy Aikman had all these qualities.

    But what are their most important qualities? Accuracy and decision-making. You can have all the other skills, but both of these two, make a good quarterback. Think of any good quarterback, right now. What made Kurt Warner good? Philip Rivers? Matt Ryan?

    The thing is, these two qualities cannot be taught.


    Evaluating His Skills

    After 24 games with the Bears, one thing is clear: Jay Cutler is the worst decision maker in football. Bar none.

    He has three skills: A strong arm, a quick release, and quick feet. These qualities fooled most people into thinking he was a good quarterback. However, he has shown poor accuracy, terrible decision-making, terrible leadership, terrible under pressure, terrible timing.

    There is no point in deceiving yourselves Bears fans. This quarterback is not going to be a great quarterback. He isn't even a good quarterback. The jury is out on if he is can be an average quarterback. He has made his one and only Pro Bowl appearance.

    He's the best bad quarterback of this generation.


    The Future of the Chicago Bears

    Lovie Smith is going to get fired because of this guy. Just like Mike Shanahan. The sad thing is, Lovie Smith is actually a great coach. Jerry Angelo was going to get fired, so he mortgaged the future to get a "Pro Bowl quarterback" because he was a bad drafter.

    Cutler will be traded or released after the end of the 2011 season and rightfully take his place in the cultural lexicon as the new Jeff George.

    But there is a bright spot for Chicago Bears fans. Dan Lefevour. This rookie has all the qualities, except an exceptionally strong arm.


    Tim Tebow and Jay Cutler

    Does the decision to trade Jay Cutler mean McDaniels is going to be a great coach? Only time will tell. One thing is clear: he understands quarterbacks.

    It also answers the question of if Tim Tebow is going to be a success. Tebow has great accuracy, great decision making, legendary leadership and courage, quick feet, and a strong arm. The only question is the slow release.

    Can Jay Cutler's million dollar arm and release and 10 cent head be better than Tim Tebow's leadership, courage, accuracy, decision-making, and timing? History has shown that the answer will be a no.
    sigpic

    #TEBOWDOMINATES...Love Orange and Blue Gators and Broncos!

    Jake Plummer will always be my #1 Quarterback!!!!!


  • #2
    Now that Leinart is riding the pine, I might agree...On second thought, I'd take Jay over anything they have in Buffalo, but thats about it....Poor Buffalo..

    Comment


    • #3
      he is a good thrower, but a terrible quarterback

      actually, even his throwing is starting to be pretty pathetic. throwing balls in the dirt, and even completed passes are too high, requiring his WRs to go up and get them.

      Comment


      • #4
        haha, I love it!

        Josh McDaniels absolutely ROBBED the Bears

        not only the picks, we got the better QB

        Comment


        • #5
          But he can throw the ball a country mile! what do you mean he's not good?!?!


          :orton:

          Comment


          • #6
            Cutler made his bed

            Originally posted by JakeGirl View Post
            http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...ing-in-the-nfl

            I love to gloat....he he he....


            First things first.

            Everybody, who criticized Josh McDaniels, one year ago, for trading Jay Cutler should send a handwritten apology.

            Here's mine.

            McDaniels should, in fact, be lauded for one of the most one-sided deals in NFL history—two first round picks, a third round pick, and Kyle Orton for 33 interceptions in preseason and regular season.

            The fact that he had a lot of interceptions is not as significant as how those interceptions came about. Underthrown, overthrown, thrown straight to defenders, trying to fit into extremely tight spots. These kind of passes are never the receiver's fault. Or the offensive line's. Or the coordinator's. Or the head coach's.


            Accuracy and Decision-Making

            Good and great quarterbacks have the following skills: Accuracy, decision-making, quick release, quick feet, timing, strong arm, play-making under pressure, leadership, courage.

            Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Drew Brees have all these qualities. Joe Montana, John Elway, Dan Marino, and Troy Aikman had all these qualities.

            But what are their most important qualities? Accuracy and decision-making. You can have all the other skills, but both of these two, make a good quarterback. Think of any good quarterback, right now. What made Kurt Warner good? Philip Rivers? Matt Ryan?

            The thing is, these two qualities cannot be taught.


            Evaluating His Skills

            After 24 games with the Bears, one thing is clear: Jay Cutler is the worst decision maker in football. Bar none.

            He has three skills: A strong arm, a quick release, and quick feet. These qualities fooled most people into thinking he was a good quarterback. However, he has shown poor accuracy, terrible decision-making, terrible leadership, terrible under pressure, terrible timing.

            There is no point in deceiving yourselves Bears fans. This quarterback is not going to be a great quarterback. He isn't even a good quarterback. The jury is out on if he is can be an average quarterback. He has made his one and only Pro Bowl appearance.

            He's the best bad quarterback of this generation.


            The Future of the Chicago Bears

            Lovie Smith is going to get fired because of this guy. Just like Mike Shanahan. The sad thing is, Lovie Smith is actually a great coach. Jerry Angelo was going to get fired, so he mortgaged the future to get a "Pro Bowl quarterback" because he was a bad drafter.

            Cutler will be traded or released after the end of the 2011 season and rightfully take his place in the cultural lexicon as the new Jeff George.

            But there is a bright spot for Chicago Bears fans. Dan Lefevour. This rookie has all the qualities, except an exceptionally strong arm.


            Tim Tebow and Jay Cutler

            Does the decision to trade Jay Cutler mean McDaniels is going to be a great coach? Only time will tell. One thing is clear: he understands quarterbacks.

            It also answers the question of if Tim Tebow is going to be a success. Tebow has great accuracy, great decision making, legendary leadership and courage, quick feet, and a strong arm. The only question is the slow release.

            Can Jay Cutler's million dollar arm and release and 10 cent head be better than Tim Tebow's leadership, courage, accuracy, decision-making, and timing? History has shown that the answer will be a no.
            He got just what he deserved, how he could he not know what he had in Denver, he had a O line that helped take him to the only pro bowl he will ever go to plus the receiving corp we had at that time. Just does not make sense. What was he thinking? just glad to see the cry baby gone. Good riddance' it could not have happened to a better chump.

            Comment


            • #7
              Jay Cutler is very overrated but he is not the worst starting QB in the NFL. At least not yet, let's see if his game keeps deteriorating in Chicago. He's on the right track, though.
              sigpic

              Comment


              • #8
                Jay Cutler: because looking bad has never looked so good.

                Comment


                • #9
                  You're forgetting about Trent Edwards, Mark Sanchez, David Garrard, Matt Leinart/Derek Anderson, whoever starts the season for the Steelers, Vince Young, and Matt Cassell.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Yeah Orton is so good McD had to draft a QB to replace him. Orton doesn't have a long term deal. Why not? He's soooo great!

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Ya if Cutler does what he did last year and continues to be a poor leader and a blame passer you can consider him cut with Lovie and JA probably fired for it. :orton: FTW
                      sigpic

                      Adopted by: Andrewmlb :thumb:
                      Sig by: MHS

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        He's better than Orton

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JakeGirl View Post
                          http://bleacherreport.com/articles/4...ing-in-the-nfl

                          I love to gloat....he he he....


                          First things first.

                          Everybody, who criticized Josh McDaniels, one year ago, for trading Jay Cutler should send a handwritten apology.

                          Here's mine.

                          McDaniels should, in fact, be lauded for one of the most one-sided deals in NFL history—two first round picks, a third round pick, and Kyle Orton for 33 interceptions in preseason and regular season.

                          The fact that he had a lot of interceptions is not as significant as how those interceptions came about. Underthrown, overthrown, thrown straight to defenders, trying to fit into extremely tight spots. These kind of passes are never the receiver's fault. Or the offensive line's. Or the coordinator's. Or the head coach's.


                          Accuracy and Decision-Making

                          Good and great quarterbacks have the following skills: Accuracy, decision-making, quick release, quick feet, timing, strong arm, play-making under pressure, leadership, courage.

                          Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Drew Brees have all these qualities. Joe Montana, John Elway, Dan Marino, and Troy Aikman had all these qualities.

                          But what are their most important qualities? Accuracy and decision-making. You can have all the other skills, but both of these two, make a good quarterback. Think of any good quarterback, right now. What made Kurt Warner good? Philip Rivers? Matt Ryan?

                          The thing is, these two qualities cannot be taught.


                          Evaluating His Skills

                          After 24 games with the Bears, one thing is clear: Jay Cutler is the worst decision maker in football. Bar none.

                          He has three skills: A strong arm, a quick release, and quick feet. These qualities fooled most people into thinking he was a good quarterback. However, he has shown poor accuracy, terrible decision-making, terrible leadership, terrible under pressure, terrible timing.

                          There is no point in deceiving yourselves Bears fans. This quarterback is not going to be a great quarterback. He isn't even a good quarterback. The jury is out on if he is can be an average quarterback. He has made his one and only Pro Bowl appearance.

                          He's the best bad quarterback of this generation.


                          The Future of the Chicago Bears

                          Lovie Smith is going to get fired because of this guy. Just like Mike Shanahan. The sad thing is, Lovie Smith is actually a great coach. Jerry Angelo was going to get fired, so he mortgaged the future to get a "Pro Bowl quarterback" because he was a bad drafter.

                          Cutler will be traded or released after the end of the 2011 season and rightfully take his place in the cultural lexicon as the new Jeff George.

                          But there is a bright spot for Chicago Bears fans. Dan Lefevour. This rookie has all the qualities, except an exceptionally strong arm.


                          Tim Tebow and Jay Cutler

                          Does the decision to trade Jay Cutler mean McDaniels is going to be a great coach? Only time will tell. One thing is clear: he understands quarterbacks.

                          It also answers the question of if Tim Tebow is going to be a success. Tebow has great accuracy, great decision making, legendary leadership and courage, quick feet, and a strong arm. The only question is the slow release.

                          Can Jay Cutler's million dollar arm and release and 10 cent head be better than Tim Tebow's leadership, courage, accuracy, decision-making, and timing? History has shown that the answer will be a no.
                          Last time I checked the kid is still pretty young, he's learning his 3rd Offensive System in 4 seasons?

                          People love to chime in about Cutler now that he's gone as if they never thought he was the Savior while he was here.

                          Also, last time I checked the Bears were a pretty bad team last year, all around, period. The Defense was far from what it was in years past, their offensive line was atrocious, their #1 WR was a DB, their other WR's were rookies, and their Special Teams which in years past was one of the best IF NOT thee Best wasn't anything special as well.

                          Has anybody gone back and watched to see how many of Cutler's interceptions last year hit one of his no-name WR's in the hands first and then got picked?? Happened quite a bit.

                          I know this post won't sit well with many because around here the cool thing to do is bash Jay and act like you never thought that he was a special talent.

                          He has 1 bad year, on a BAD team and all of a sudden he is Jeff George??

                          I just dont get the thought process. Jay did so much for the city of Denver in the short time that he was there. He played his ass off for our team while going through serious undiagnosed medical problems. We all watched him lead the #2 Offense in the NFL in 2008 and yet he isn't a winner because he had a Defense that was one of the worst in the game and every Sunday he was forced to win a shoot out or not win at all.

                          I just find all the hatred for Cutler funny.


                          To each their own I guess.
                          Last edited by thatkidhunt; 08-30-2010, 03:30 PM.
                          sigpic

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            It's amazing how attitudes change in one years time!

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Just to clarify, she's gloating because she's a Plummer fan.
                              Administrator

                              Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

                              Lupus Awareness Month

                              "a semicolon is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life ; "

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X