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  • Bronco51
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    He just threw another pick in the end zone. No, I don't miss him one bit.

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  • Frankenpost
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    This video is more accuarate- Jay Cutler vrs Denver

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  • Broncoboy6
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    Jay wouldn't even take a call from Mr. Bowlen, I highly doubt that he would take a play call from Coach Mcdaniels.

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  • Brakshow
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    Originally posted by Bubby Brister View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJF68...ure=grec_index

    how good jay could have been under Mcdanials regardless if you like him or not Jay athletically as a Qb is very impressive watching him avoid pressure reset the vip it into spots makes me think with Mcdanials coaching he would have been amazing
    I tell you what, 2008 was a fun season for me. We had such an exciting to watch offense I had seen since 97/98 (Not to mention the most amazing win over the Chargers ever).

    The defense was downright putrid though. When the other team got the ball, no matter where it was, I knew they'd score somehow.

    Regardless of who the players were, I'm still going to give fun teams their respect. 2008 was a fun team for me.

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  • Bubby Brister
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    Originally posted by Kilroy View Post
    not good enough, kinda like Cutlers career thus far
    Kyle has not been special for us and watching him against SF showed why I preferred Jay. Watch the phantom sack against SF then watch that first clip 7 seconds in that is the kind of thing Kyle could never do the upside on Jay is a lot higher. Orton isn't bad ,but does not have that upside. Also both of them have been average as far was wins go ,but lets be honest they have had total garbage to work with though Cutler with us had the coaching advantage.

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  • Kilroy
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    Originally posted by Mac Dre View Post
    Well I guess you can say it's a team game. Considering the only thing good then, was Jay and the passing game.
    not good enough, kinda like Cutlers career thus far

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  • chazoe60
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    Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69 View Post
    Cutlers being an athlete isn't in question, it's his decision issues that hurts him.

    He panics under pressure.
    As does our current QB. I don't want either of them, Jay or Kyle, to be honest.

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  • Kilroy
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    Originally posted by Peerless View Post
    Kyle Orton as a Bronco:

    0 playoff wins

    0 playoff appearances

    0 winning seasons

    Dude is hella lights out.
    touche'

    I didn't mention Orton though.... hmmmmmm

    even though you only wanna see Orton as a Bronco:

    Orton was 10-5 with the Bears in 2005

    +1 winning season

    +1 better than Jay "int machine" Cutler

    +1 is still + 1 even though I don't think either one of them, Cutler or Orton, are as good as people make them out to be.
    Last edited by Kilroy; 11-13-2010, 08:30 AM.

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  • Frankenpost
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    Originally posted by BroncoManiac_69 View Post
    Cutlers being an athlete isn't in question, it's his decision issues that hurts him.

    He panics under pressure.
    Yeah....But when he gets protection, well imangine him playing our D.

    Jay Cutler vrs Denver

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  • BroncoManiac_69
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    Cutlers being an athlete isn't in question, it's his decision issues that hurts him.

    He panics under pressure.

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  • BroncoFanDK
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    Originally posted by Kilroy View Post
    Career 84.1 passer rating...

    0 playoff wins...

    0 playoff appearances...

    0 winning seasons...

    dude is lights out what can we say

    It is not that Cutler is not great in some games - in some games he is one of the best. The problem is that he has so many games where he is really bad and where he is the prime reason for loosing.

    When he is hot he can make up for poor defensive play as he did in most of the 2008 wins here, but when he is bad - no other players can make up for this - like he has shown here and now shows frequently in Chicago.

    That trade was great

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  • LSIGRAD09
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    I do miss all those long balls. Though in all honestly, it is not Orton's fault, considering we run so many short passes, screens, crosses, slants and all that, but man, I would love to see more big plays! Hopefully beginning Sunday!

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  • Peerless
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    Originally posted by Kilroy View Post
    Career 84.1 passer rating...

    0 playoff wins...

    0 playoff appearances...

    0 winning seasons...

    dude is lights out what can we say

    Kyle Orton as a Bronco:

    0 playoff wins

    0 playoff appearances

    0 winning seasons

    Dude is hella lights out.

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  • Mac Dre
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    Originally posted by Kilroy View Post
    Career 84.1 passer rating...

    0 playoff wins...

    0 playoff appearances...

    0 winning seasons...

    dude is lights out what can we say


    Well I guess you can say it's a team game. Considering the only thing good then, was Jay and the passing game.

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  • COBronc78
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    Originally posted by $Broncos$ View Post
    thanks for your input and wording...
    Not sure what you're trying to prove with that, but thanks? Great argument by the way

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