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    Go Cutler Go!

    The offensive unit that enjoyed the most success in the "move-the-ball" drills was once again the Jay Cutler-led third-team offense, which marched to a touchdown against the No. 3 defense. The drive opened with what first appeared to be a 70-yard swing pass touchdown from Cutler to Brandon Miree, but the play was brought back to the offense's 37-yard-line for a 7-yard gain. (From this reporter's eyes, Miree's foot appeared to hit the sideline at around that spot.) That didn't faze the offense, which would convert four consecutive third downs. Cedric Cobbs converted two via a 4-yard third-and-1 run and a 10-yard catch-and-run on third-and-10. The others came via offsides and pass-interference penalties. Mike Bell concluded the march -- and the entire practice itself -- with a 1-yard plunge.


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    "The offensive unit that enjoyed the most success in the "move-the-ball" drills was once again the Jay Cutler-led third-team offense, which marched to a touchdown against the No. 3 defense"
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    He was a large reason that it worked. Made good decisions and he is thinking less and less and just playing, though I gotta say they let him have a freebie when Partick Chukwurah tagged him just before he threw the ball on a rollout. Should have been a sack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cutlerfan
    The offensive unit that enjoyed the most success in the "move-the-ball" drills was once again the Jay Cutler-led third-team offense, which marched to a touchdown against the No. 3 defense. The drive opened with what first appeared to be a 70-yard swing pass touchdown from Cutler to Brandon Miree, but the play was brought back to the offense's 37-yard-line for a 7-yard gain. (From this reporter's eyes, Miree's foot appeared to hit the sideline at around that spot.) That didn't faze the offense, which would convert four consecutive third downs. Cedric Cobbs converted two via a 4-yard third-and-1 run and a 10-yard catch-and-run on third-and-10. The others came via offsides and pass-interference penalties. Mike Bell concluded the march -- and the entire practice itself -- with a 1-yard plunge.


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    "The offensive unit that enjoyed the most success in the "move-the-ball" drills was once again the Jay Cutler-led third-team offense, which marched to a touchdown against the No. 3 defense"
    I read this and even thought about posting it but I didn't I figured it would draw flack. Anyway, its encouraging because it showing that Cutler is picking up the offense. So nay sayer are going to chime in "well its against the thrid string defense" which is true. But nevertheless Jay is making progress and that's a good for the team.

    Disclaimer: The above comments in no way shape or form advocate Cutler starting by week three of the season. Sorry Mntman I just don't see it happening.
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    Did Cobbs look any better today?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnedator
    Did Cobbs look any better today?
    Sort of. He was the best at picking up some blitzes. You know who looked better? Tatum Bell. He made some decent cutbacks, and was running well until he coughed up the ball at the goalline.
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    From the Orange Mane reports:

    NOT TOO HOT

    Cobbs - He fumbled a couple times (Tatum did once too). He still hasnt shown anything out there.
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    Shortly it will be Cutler running touchdown drives with the 2nd team. I don't think there's much doubt about that anymore.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by vandyman53
    Shortly it will be Cutler running touchdown drives with the 2nd team. I don't think there's much doubt about that anymore.

    Your probably right...especially since he has had ONE good drive....


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    Quote Originally Posted by watchthemiddle
    Your probably right...especially since he has had ONE good drive....

    Did he do the samething yesterday as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by watchthemiddle
    Your probably right...especially since he has had ONE good drive....

    NO, actually that was #2 today. If your trying to compare Bradlee Van Pelt to Jay Cutler...there is really none. Except they both try and work hard. One just has the tools and the other one doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SM19
    The real good news is that if he can move the ball against our third-string defense, he's already ready to play against the Raiders!
    Lol. But don't tell WTM he'll get upset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaylore
    He was a large reason that it worked. Made good decisions and he is thinking less and less and just playing, though I gotta say they let him have a freebie when Partick Chukwurah tagged him just before he threw the ball on a rollout. Should have been a sack.

    I like what Jay said yesterday.

    "In 11-on-11, I was able to just drop back, have some fun and play football," Cutler said

    When he gets the system he is going to shine.

    Kaylore - If you are at camp I would love to hear your perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchthemiddle
    Your probably right...especially since he has had ONE good drive....

    I am being nice but Jay has had two TD drives in two days. That is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vandyman53
    NO, actually that was #2 today. If your trying to compare Bradlee Van Pelt to Jay Cutler...there is really none. Except they both try and work hard. One just has the tools and the other one doesn't.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaylore
    He was a large reason that it worked. Made good decisions and he is thinking less and less and just playing, though I gotta say they let him have a freebie when Partick Chukwurah tagged him just before he threw the ball on a rollout. Should have been a sack.
    --- Good thing that they are playing tag !

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