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    How do you like these Apples? Just look at how good Cutler is after 16 games

    http://www.rockymountainnews.com/new...01/a-sweet-16/

    The first 16 games: crunching the numbers

    The performance in the first 16 games played of every quarterback who entered the NFL since 2000. Note: Statistics include all games in which a quarterback appeared, even if he did not attempt a pass or played only on special teams. Games started and the record in those games are noted. Players are listed in order of passing yards.

    Player, team Year Starts Record Att. Comp. Pct. Yards Yards/Att. TD INT Rating

    Marc Bulger, St. Louis 2002-03 16 13-3 545 347 63.7 4,262 7.82 28 19 90.3

    Carson Palmer, Cincinnati 2004-05 16 9-7 529 332 62.8 3,683 6.96 26 20 84.0

    Derek Anderson, Cleveland 2006-07 13 7-6 482 278 57.7 3,551 7.37 27 19 83.1

    Jay Cutler, Broncos 2006-07 16 7-9 437 275 62.9 3,385 7.75 22 15 89.3

    Drew Brees, San Diego 2001-02 15 8-7 504 308 61.1 3,173 6.30 15 15 76.8
    Patrick Ramsey, Washington 2002-03 12 5-7 463 246 53.1 3,169 6.84 17 14 74.5
    Rex Grossman, Chicago 2003-06 15 11-4 455 253 55.6 3,152 6.93 18 16 75.8
    Matt Leinart, Arizona 2006-07 15 6-9 476 267 56.1 3,094 6.50 13 15 71.9
    Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh 2004-05 15 15-0 327 219 67.0 3,093 9.46 21 11 104.7
    Jason Campbell, Washington 2006-07 16 7-9 468 266 56.8 3,032 6.48 19 13 78.4
    Byron Leftwich, Jacksonville 2003-04 14 6-8 454 257 56.6 2,966 6.53 15 18 71.0
    Chris Weinke, Carolina 2001-02 15 1-14 541 293 54.2 2,931 5.42 11 19 61.9
    Tom Brady, New England 2000-01 14 11-3 416 265 63.7 2,849 6.85 18 12 86.1
    Quincy Carter, Dallas 2001-03 16 6-10 429 230 53.6 2,805 6.54 13 16 68.6
    Philip Rivers, San Diego 2004-06 12 10-2 390 249 63.8 2,748 7.05 17 7 91.7
    Billy Volek, Tennessee 2001-04 7 2-5 381 238 62.5 2,745 7.20 21 9 92.7
    Charlie Frye, Cleveland 2005-06 14 5-9 453 279 61.6 2,737 6.04 13 17 72.5
    Joey Harrington, Atlanta 2002-03 14 4-10 514 258 50.2 2,730 5.31 16 19 61.0
    A.J. Feeley, Philadelphia/Miami 2001-04 11 5-6 446 240 53.8 2,673 5.99 17 21 65.0
    Eli Manning, New York Giants 2004-05 14 6-8 422 210 49.8 2,603 6.17 19 14 70.4
    David Carr, Houston 2002 16 4-12 444 233 52.5 2,592 5.84 9 15 62.8
    Chad Pennington, New York Jets 2000-02 9 6-3 334 225 67.4 2,591 7.76 16 6 99.0
    Chris Simms, Tampa Bay 2003-05 12 7-5 386 233 60.4 2,502 6.48 11 10 78.1
    Michael Vick, Atlanta 2001-02 11 6-4-1 341 181 53.1 2,334 6.84 9 5 77.5
    Alex Smith, San Francisco 2005-06 14 4-10 373 207 55.5 2,295 6.15 10 17 63.9
    Vince Young, Tennessee 2006-07 14 9-5 375 195 52.0 2,277 6.07 12 14 65.8
    Josh McCown, Arizona 2002-04 9 3-6 356 206 57.9 2,223 6.24 9 12 70.7
    J.P. Losman, Buffalo 2004-06 11 2-9 312 164 52.6 1,947 6.24 10 10 69.2
    Kyle Boller, Baltimore 2003-04 14 8-6 333 178 53.5 1,910 5.74 9 14 62.0
    Brooks Bollinger, Minnesota/N.Y. Jets 2004-07 9 2-7 307 178 58.0 1,884 6.14 7 7 74.1
    Bruce Gradkowski, Tampa Bay 2006-07 11 3-8 352 190 54.0 1,791 5.09 9 10 65.0
    David Garrard, Jacksonville 2002-05 7 4-3 282 158 56.0 1,680 5.96 8 4 77.1
    Mike McMahon, Detroit 2001-02 7 1-6 262 115 43.9 1,545 5.90 10 10 60.1
    Doug Johnson, Atlanta 2000-03 5 2-3 192 108 56.3 1,302 6.78 9 9 73.3
    Seneca Wallace, Seattle 2005-07 4 2-2 167 95 56.9 1,100 6.59 9 8 74.9
    Tim Rattay, San Francisco 2000-03 3 2-1 163 101 62.0 1,090 6.69 9 2 94.9
    Sage Rosenfels, Miami/Houston 2001-06 2 0-2 148 81 54.7 1,041 7.03 9 7 77.6
    Tony Romo, Dallas 2004-06 3 1-2 138 64 46.3 816 5.91 6 4 67.8
    Matt Schaub, Houston 2004-05 2 0-2 119 56 47.1 667 5.61 4 4 61.9

    How Cutler ranks

    Jay Cutler finished his 16th game - one full season - as Broncos starting quarterback with a 62.9 completion percentage for 3,385 yards, 22 touchdowns, 15 interceptions and an 89.3 passer rating. A look at how his numbers stack up against his contemporaries who entered the NFL since 2000:
    Category Cutler Rank
    Starts 16 tie 1st
    Attempts 437 15th
    Completions 275 7th
    Comp pct.* 62.9 6th
    Passing yards 3,385 4th
    Passing yds/att.* 7.75 4th
    Passing TDs 22 4th
    Interceptions* 15 tie 17th
    Passer rating* 89.3 6th
    * Minimum 300 pass attempts.

    I know this does not count last weeks game but people who are ready to give up on Cutler after last week is just silly!
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    Exclamation Questioning Cutler!

    Questioning Cutler is idiotic. Give the guy his due and wait. We hit jackpot with Cutler compared to a guy like Alex Smith, Any of the Dolphins QB's post Marino, I would even say Leinart.

    I question the motives of those who are calling him out.

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    So what's his win/loss record then? Surely all these great stats come with a lot of wins.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interpol View Post
    So what's his win/loss record then? Surely all these great stats come with a lot of wins.....
    You win and lose as a TEAM. People who say Cutler isn't the answer are just plain dumb. Cutler is amazing now and is only going to get better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roushmartin6 View Post
    You win and lose as a TEAM. People who say Cutler isn't the answer are just plain dumb. Cutler is amazing now and is only going to get better.
    Oh, but when we win it's because of Cutler, but when we lose it's a team thing.

    Ok I think I get it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interpol View Post
    Oh, but when we win it's because of Cutler, but when we lose it's a team thing.

    Ok I think I get it now.
    Nope, Cutler can't throw a 15 yard pass to himself or block defenders so he can throw the ball and he definately can't play defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interpol View Post
    So what's his win/loss record then? Surely all these great stats come with a lot of wins.....
    You, right now lets take it outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interpol View Post
    So what's his win/loss record then? Surely all these great stats come with a lot of wins.....
    Peyton Manning was 3-13 after his first full season. Maybe Indianapolis should have traded him for a QB that actually won.

    Oh wait.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by silkamilkamonic View Post
    Peyton Manning was 3-13 after his first full season. Maybe Indianapolis should have traded him for a QB that actually won.

    Oh wait.......
    Well said!! Peyton also threw for 28 Picks that same year.

    What about Troy Aikman? His first year they won 1 game!

    He went on to win three Super Bowls for that team.
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    I tell you I love Elway! He was my hero growing up. I loved the way he threw the ball with velocity! I love that in a QB. This is why I am a Cutlerfan!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roushmartin6 View Post
    You win and lose as a TEAM. People who say Cutler isn't the answer are just plain dumb. Cutler is amazing now and is only going to get better.

    "amazing".....is definitely a stretch.

    The guy has thrown as many interceptions as touchdowns(actualy 1 more td than int) this year....and his 8 fumbles concern me as well.......not to mention his team's won-loss record........amazing??

    Give him 2 or 3 years.....and we'll hope for the best

    Patience...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interpol View Post
    So what's his win/loss record then? Surely all these great stats come with a lot of wins.....


    Folks, here is your winner for “ignorant post of the year”!

    Give the man a cookie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowderAddict View Post


    Folks, here is your winner for “ignorant post of the year”!

    Give the man a cookie!
    Sorry, he won't be able to respond. I'm afraid I roughed him up a little too much. But, are you sure you want to give him that award? We've had a lot of people work REALLY hard to get that award.

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    those stats are nice, and some wins would be nice too, I would hate for Jay to be the next Marino.

    hopefully the wins are on the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncophan View Post

    The guy has thrown as many interceptions as touchdowns(actualy 1 more td than int) this year
    How does does 22 TD’s = 17 INT’s (15 for first 16 games as being discussed)?

    Profootballweekly.com said that Jay's numbers over his first 16 games is almost unheard of, even among QB's considered "elite".

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowderAddict View Post
    How does does 22 TD’s = 17 INT’s (15 for first 16 games as being discussed)?

    Profootballweekly.com said that Jay's numbers over his first 16 games is almost unheard of, even among QB's considered "elite".

    My bad....I am looking at the whole season.....not last year..

    Well.....ther you have it folks.....If Profootballweekly.com said it.....it must be true...
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