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  1. #1
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    Jay Ranked 11 out of 64 QB's

    Espn insiders rank our Jay Cutler 11 in the NFL over alot of decent QB's

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/inside...ory?id=3147842

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    de ja vou

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    Vince Young at #15?

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    hahaha Rivers@16. Where's Bolt-man?

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    Ramsey=62.






    After the Detroit game, I have to agree.


    I thought he was a decent backup pickup... but I was wrong, after watching the Detroit game. To be fair, I was squinting and wincing... which affects the view.
    Thanks, Reid!

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    plummer easily cracks the top 10






    ***runs away as the thread explodes***


    sig by B4B6..

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    Man they really threw patrick ramsey at the bottom the heap. i thought he did a great job converting some 3rd downs when he came into action against detroit. id rather hey ramsey than a lot of the guys above him.
    Pro McD

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    Good Post - thanks

    Here is what it says

    11. Jay Cutler
    Starter, Denver Broncos

    Easily one of the most impressive young quarterbacks in the NFL. He is a natural fit in coach Mike Shanahan's West Coast offense. He is a smart, instinctive player with a gunslinger mentality. He has a big-time arm that Shanahan loves, and he plays with a calm demeanor in the pocket. He is a young player who is only going to get better the more his plays.
    http://img167.imageshack.us/img167/9...rfanmb9uc2.gif

    http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/a...assdb/Jay2.jpg
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    I work at Vanderbilt University

    Where Jay Graduated!


    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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    Cutler could beat Palmer

    thats bull

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    Who are the top 10? There are only a couple of QBs in this league that I would wish Denver had instead of Cutler, Brady and Manning. That is just because they are the elite,which I think Cutler will be in a few years.
    Anyways here is my top 10

    1. Brady
    2. Manning(the good one)
    3. Farve
    4. Romo
    5. Big Ben
    6. Palmer
    7. Cutler
    8. McNabb,when healthy
    9. Bulger,ditto
    10.Derek Anderson
    A Mile High Salute to the greatest Broncos fan of them all.Tim"Barrelman"McKernan,you have given us so many wonderful memories seeing you in the stands of all the Denver Broncos games over the years supporting the team that we all love


    LETS WIN ONE SUNDAY FOR THE BARRELMAN! You will be missed

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    Notice off to the right in grey. For Thursday

    COMING THURSDAY: Asked to evaluate 11 young starters, a group of NFL experts singled out Denver's Jay Cutler as most likely to reach elite status. Also, Hall of Famer Steve Young assesses each young QB in a video report.

    Oh yeah thats what I like to hear. An elite qb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DancingHorsey View Post
    Vince Young at #15?
    We were having a blast with that particular choice...

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    I'm constantly amazed at people and their 'rankings'.

    WHO CARES!?!?!??!

    It doesn't make the team win games, so it's worthless.

    How many years was Manning ranked #1 and sitting at home in february? The year he DID win the SB, what was his ranking?

    Wins/losses is ALL that matters.

    If he could get his record to that of Jake's while with the broncos, that'd be a start.
    "It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate,
    tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of
    men."

    -- Samuel Adams

    Jacks RULE!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcsodak View Post
    If he could get his record to that of Jake's while with the broncos, that'd be a start.
    If he could get the defense that Jake had the Broncos would have at least 2 more wins this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcsodak View Post
    I'm constantly amazed at people and their 'rankings'.

    WHO CARES!?!?!??!

    It doesn't make the team win games, so it's worthless.

    How many years was Manning ranked #1 and sitting at home in february? The year he DID win the SB, what was his ranking?

    Wins/losses is ALL that matters.

    If he could get his record to that of Jake's while with the broncos, that'd be a start.
    Spoken like the true visionary
    As the great divide in America continues we are causing harm to our future generations by avoiding what needs to be done.

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