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Sizing up who could be in the Cutler Sweepstakes

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Who could be in the running for Jay Cutler?

It might be easier to put together a list of teams that will definitely not be in play for the quarterback after Denver owner Pat Bowlen announced Tuesday night the Broncos are working to trade the disgruntled quarterback.

Yes, when Josh McDaniels said Cutler was his quarterback last week from the owners meetings in California, he was really saying, ``We need a little bit more.'' The Broncos removed all ambiguity from the situation and now the suitors should start to line up.

The Bears are reported to have already contacted Denver to let them know they're in. Let's explore some other teams and what their interest level could be, staring in the NFC North.


Detroit
. The reason the Broncos' job was the best one available at the start of the offseason was because Denver had, at least at the time, a quarterback you could build a franchise around in Cutler. Move him to Motown and all of a sudden new coach Jim Schwartz has a passer the Lions can build around because for as long as the Bears have been trying to replace Sid Luckman, the Lions have been working to replace Bobby Layne. Remember, the Bears had Layne at one time too. They couldn't get the quarterback thing right back then either.

Minnesota. All of the decision makers might not be on the same page here as coach Brad Childress seems stuck on Tarvaris Jackson. You know, sort of the way the Bears used to be stuck on Rex Grossman. Cutler would make them the NFC favorite in many circles.

Tampa Bay
. This is where Cutler was ticketed in the three-way trade that never happened. The Bucs are desperate to get a quarterback with Luke McCown slated as their starter. They were willing to trade for him once. Chances are they'll be in it again.

San Francisco. The 49ers need a quarterback in a serious way. The addition of Cutler would make the sting of that Alex Smith flop go away a little easier.

Carolina. Yes, they have had some recent contract talks with Jake Delhomme but don't rule them out. The Panthers could offer Julius Peppers but Denver might not want to trade for a player that it would have to hand a huge contract to for his services. That is what Peppers is seeking.

St. Louis. Depending on how they feel about Marc Bulger, there is a need.

Washington. Never count them out of any bold move.

On the AFC side of things:

New York Jets. The Jets were one of the first teams not in the failed three-way deal that it was announced wanted in on the action. Makes sense with new coach Rex Ryan otherwise having to choose between Kellen Clemens, Brett Ratliff and Erik Ainge.

Cleveland. Sometimes the old saying is when you have two quarterbacks, you really have none. The Browns have Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson and could package one (or both?) in a deal.

Jacksonville. That David Garrard thing isn't advancing like some hoped it would.

There is a good group of teams to look at right there. The list very well could be incomplete. With the draft fast approaching and nearly three weeks away, the Broncos want to make a move so they know what they're working with in terms of selections. This might not go down right away, but the process has started for sure.

Make your package for Cutler.

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The auction on this one is going to get out of our pocketbook range in a big hurry. I think it will end up being 2 #1s and a QB who has started. It may have to be a 3 way deal, but I see Cleveland, Detroit, and St. Louis as the most likely destinations, because they are the three teams in the worst shape as organizations, and McDaniels learned enough from Belichick to be spiteful and petty about this thing. San Fran would be an interesting spin, but I see Samurai Mike as not interested in Cutler, as he has already put himself before the team once.

The Jets could be a dark horse because of Clemens, but I would be surprised to see them go to a team that had a winning record last year.

Jerry, this is your chance to make a name for yourself as someone with guts, not some tightwad puppet of the Halas family of merry clowns!! It's time to pony up, NOW!!! Show us fans you are a man of your word by truly "fixing" our QB mess. The sooner the better!!Just read my name, it says it all!!!!!!!!!

Trade this years first, next years first and Orton. How often does this situation occur where one of (if not the best) the leagues best young quarterbacks become available? Cutler could be the Bears QB for the next 10 years. As far as giving up the two first rounders, isn't Cutler as good as anybody the Bears could get with one of these picks? And wouldn't Pace be the equivalent of the first round selection most experts have the Bears picking this year (i.e. Britton)? I don't think this is a deal the Bears can let slide by without giving it their best effort. Maybe the deal is already in the works.

Don't do it! Sign Pace and Lucas, Draft Josh Freeman #1, Brian Robiskie #2, then defense, defense, and more defense and we'll be Superbowl bound!

I like the fella. He would certainly be a great asset to the team and certainly one to build around. But until we also get some reliable receivers, our QB situation will always suck. I want a QB that can pass accurately and consistanly, such as Cutler, but for this to occur that QB must have a reliable WR(s). How do you think Brady would have functioned without Moss and Welker? Good, sure, but not as good as with them. If we get Cutler (Lord willing) we need a Moss and a Welker, and then we can strike fear in to the eyes of the competition. I want to see the Viqueens D cry whenever our O hits that field. I want the Cryons to quiver when our running game stomps their den. And I certainly want the Limburger rats to rot in our presence. But until we get that well oiled machine, we fans will have to continue our hopes and prayers that we will not lose. Get Cutler, get a killer vet WR and start packing beasts on the OL and we will be dangerous!

Go Bears!!!!

Jerry Angelo- If you don't trade away this years 1st round, 3rd round, next year's first round, and Orton for 26 year old pro bowl quarter back who can out throw your current QB by 45 yards YOU DON"T KNOW FOOTBALL! Even Peyton Manning has to throw the ball further than 15 yards to win games! Get Hester the ball 50 yards downfield! ORTON CAN"T!!!

Bears won't do squat...

Pauly has it occured to you that the reason they are after Pace is because of Cutler.

By the way I am gonna have to repeat myself cause I am enjoying this, the Bears officially want Orlando at LT. Which is exactly what one Mr.Creighton said they wanted. Williams is getting bumped to RT if they get him. Called another one boys.

I also mentioned last week that the Cutler issues was just getting started. That said I think the Jets, Browns, Detroit and Tampa are the big contenders. Phillips won't let Angelo go to deep into the team draft pocket so to speak. The Jets GM is on the hot seat and desperate, Detroit has the Best picks, Tampa already offered 2 first rounders so we all know what the buy in is, and the Browns can offer 2 high first rounders and Quinn.

If I was the Bears I would Offer 2 first rounders, Orton, Izzy a natural 5 tech who would be better in a 3-4 and a player they need, Anderson who may be better as a 3-4 rush OLB than he is comming off the edge and a third rounder. I think that is the size of the deal that you will see a team give the Broncos. Some of you may want to write that down so you can watch and learn. I think having a big name to trade would help a lot in minds of the denver fans. Like if the Browns give them 2 first rounders Quinn and 3rd. That helps because the Broncos know in Quinn they have a brand name so to speak. In Orton they just get the Beard.

F### Freeman I want a real QB not a project.

pauly how can you say we would be superbowl bound if we sign an over the hill OL, and a couple of draft picks you have yet to prove themselves in the nfl? its all a gamble in the draft, you never know what youre going to get, but if you sign someone who HAS proven himself then your chances are alot better! the bears cant count on orton to take them to the superbowl. i dont know if it was his ankle that hurt his down the field passes, but he sucked at them, and if it was his ankle, then why the hell was he in in the first place? grossman could have done as good as orton, because orton sucked the second half of the season! i would keep orton to be the no.2 QB, but he isnt a no.1! oh yeah, i been reading about all the players on here that everyone gripes about and have never seen anyone gripe about adrian peterson. why is that? do you realize he lost two of the bears games all by his self? if he wouldnt have been a fool and gotten 2 count them 2 personal fouls at the end of those games the defense wouldve had better field position to defend. maybe he will have better self control and not lose games for the bears!!!

As already mentioned, the Bears CANNOT let this opportunity get away. The QB job in Chicago has been a joke for the past some years and that needs to be the priority above all other team decisions. Cutler is about the best young quarterback in the league and will be for many years to come. I can't believe Denver is giving in, this kind of thing rarely happens and the Bears could capitalize on a great acquisition.

do people really want this crybaby cutler that bad? good lord. i'd rather stick with neckbeard for at least one more year(better overall winning record than cutler in case anyone was wondering) and keep all our draft picks.

Do it.

Cutler is the real deal. Give them two years of first round picks and Orton, or next years 1st (32nd after winning the Super Bowl), Urlacher, and Orton. I don't care who it is on the current roster, send them to Denver. I'm not saying that the Bears allow Denver to rape them blind by pulling a New Orleans Ditka (all picks for Ricky Williams), but they have to do something creative here. Big cost for big rewards.

This guy is tough: played through diabetes without knowing what the problem was. He works well with the team: I don't blame him for calling out McDaniels and Bolen on their empty promises, how can a franchise quarterback build a relationship of trust on that foundation?

He's a dyed in the wool Bears fan.

It's your move JA.

They say Cutler is our man.
If Orton can't do it, Cutler sure can.
This is Cutler, and it's no wonder
I run like lightnin', pass like thunder.
So bring on Atlanta, bring on Dallas,
Jerry should do it for Papa Bear Halas.
I'm not here to feather his ruffle,
I'll just come here to do
The Super Bowl Shuffle.

That was from a phone call I got from Jay tonight he is really excited and hopes he comes here. He also told me 'nice call on Pace at LT"

He's a good guy. He told me Phillips says JA can offer a second rounder in 2110 for him and Orton. He thought that was kind of a low offer. I said no thats a Bear offer.

Chicago will loose it if we get Cutler. But if you get Cutler you better get Holt too and draft a WR.

I'd like someone to show me reasons why Jay Cutler is better than John Kitna and his back to back 4,000 yard passing seasons, Aaron Rodgers' season last year and how exactly Cutler's level of play looks like it will be on par with Tom Brady's, Peyton Manning's, and Kurt Warner's careers.

Show me a reason why we mortgage the future on a guy who has stats and a big arm....but has the mental capacity that is slightly above Ryan Leaf's maturity level.

If Cutler can be had for a fair price then fine...but there is absolutely way you go after this guy as if here were one of the top five QBs in the league of the past five years.

Don't Mortgage the future on Cutler

The BEARS had better hope that Cutler would want to come here if they think they would have any chance to get him. The price will be steep, steeper than we would be normally willing to pay in this bidding war, but if his agent really wanted him in Chicago it could happen. Of course it will take at least two number 1's but not in consecutive years and a player or two, maybe Vasher, Dusty, and Orton could get it done. I'm not looking to bail on Kyle since I've been a backer of his all season, but this could change the direction of the Franchise for 10 years or more, and when you look at the teams who can get involved here we have a better chance to WIN quick other than the Vikes who just spent cash on the Sagebrush. Boy are the next few weeks going to be hectic, and we might even see some positive takes from NBS to boot......Still I'll believe Cutler when I see him in a BEARS uniform, btu at least the number 6 has'nt been retired

Cutler is T.O.

Pro-bowl talent. Pre-School maturity and professionalism.

Not only will it take multiple 1st round picks and veterans to get him, but he will want to renegotiate his rookie contract for...$100 million.

Good quarterbacks eat up too much salary cap.

The desperate desire to acquire a franchise-quarterback at any cost will only serve to crush "the savior" under the tremendous pressure of our fantasy expectations (be the best in franchise history!). Great quarterbacks don't win Superbowls, great teams do.

This team needs to add several good, young players to the 2009 roster in order to have a shot. One Probowl head case at quarterback isn’t enough.

This is what the Denver Post has written...

"The Washington Redskins are among the leading candidates to pull off a deal for Cutler. The Redskins have a proven young quarterback in Jason Campbell and would meet the Broncos' preference of dealing Cutler outside their American Football Conference. The Redskins also have the No. 13 selection in this year's draft on April 25, one spot behind the Broncos.

The New York Jets also have been aggressive in their pursuit of Cutler. The Jets, who have extra picks in the third and fourth rounds, are better stocked for the upcoming draft than the Redskins, who don't have picks in the second and fourth round.

Four other National Football Conference teams — Tampa Bay, Chicago, Minnesota and Detroit — have previously expressed interest in Cutler. "
http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_12040620?_requestid=960955

So...lets say that somehow, the Bears acquire Cutler. Now what.
Who is your go-to guy at wide out? Hester? You got to be kidding. Bennett? Hasn't played a down.

And with the cost so high for Cutler, the Bears will not be able to draft a high pick wideout until the 2011 draft. So what do you do in the mean time? Forte right, Forte left, Forte up the middle. Sound familiar?

Angelo,

All you need do is trade Lovie and we'll be superbowl bound.

Several things come to mind immediately when discussing a block buster trade for Cutler: What exactly is Jerry Angelo going to do with this years and next years first round pick? Screw them up probably. Is Orton a "franchise" quarterback? What kind of contract is Cutler going to demand from the team that trades for him? And do the Bears have an inside track on this because Cutler has expressed interest in playing for them? Are the Broncos receivers that much better than the Bears? Or has Cutler made them look better? And finally, is Cutler really a "franchise" quarterback himself, or a spoiled young man who would point fingers at the first sign of adversity? (which is sure to happen on this Bears team, as there are plenty of holes to fill at receiver and O-line, and making the trade with Denver will make it impossible to fill all of them.)I'm curious to hear your thoughts on these questions Brad. Frankly, I'm on the fence about this possible trade because of the complexity of the situation, the amount (probably) required to pull it off, and the question marks that remain. So, what do you think?

Just food for thought, here is my list of the assets that I think the Bears have in their "trick bag" and could consider trading in their attempt to get Cutler:

2009 1st round pick,
2010 1st round pick,
Urlacher,
Vasher,
Orton,
Kruetz,
Idonije,
Harris,
Anderson,
Other picks to be named later.

Those are just the "name" guys we have that could be included in a trade. Obviously, we would only include 2-3 of the above names/picks in an attempt to get Cutler. Each of the names I've mentioned has some value, while being flawed in some way. Urlacher and Kreutz are old, and IMO on their last legs, but still hold some value in the league. Vasher and Orton could be replaced. Vasher, contrary to popular belief could hold some value because his remaining contract is a steal, and he has been a pro bowl player, though not recently. Harris is an injury concern, but a player of greatness when healthy. Anderson has possibilities, but hasn't played like it lately. Idonije is the most interesting because he has shown himself to be a quality player at multimple line positions. Several teams have tried to pry him away from us in the past. So, IMO each of these players could be traded and replaced either because of age, injury history, or an inability to win a starting job on our team. Throw the names out there and see if Denver is interested in any of them. Then create a package that makes sense for both teams. This is, or course, only if you feel that Cutler is worth it (And I'm not entirely convinced of that yet.)

Creighton,
I agree that Pace is being told they want him at LT, but do you think Williams will be bumped to RT? I see Pace as a 1 year solution, maybe 2 at the most, but I think Shaffer is the guy on the right. I see Williams and Pace "battling" it out for the LT spot (Lovie will hand the job to Pace even if he is hopping on one leg, because that's what he does), and the loser of that battle becomes the swing tackle. Then we have Pace, Shaffer, and Williams as our depth chart at tackle.

In a year, Williams gets to take the job when Orlando's knees can't hold him up any more. I think they want him to see what a true LT does for a living, so Harry Hiestand doesn't have to deal with the pressure of coaching someone up.

No No No! Cutler has a great arm but let's be real. At the QB position its all about leadership. Cutler doesn't bring a lot of that to a team and can be a cancer in the locker-room. Another thing, if you look at his stats, other than yards his stats were not that much better than Orton and he throws a lot of INT's which Bears fans hate. I can see him complaining about the fans if he starts messing up with a lot of INT's and gets booed. Orton may not be the best QB in the world but the guy has heart and distractions mean nothing to him, he gives his all. He has a winning record 21-12 and is 15-2 at home. Not bad at all. I guarantee if we don't get Cutler, use our picks on helping him with a quality receiver or two the offense will be better than last year. This will be Orton's year trust me. Cutler has no class and this is the guy that told the world he is better than John Elway. With a 17-20 record as a starter, I don't think so. Look deeper than the Pro Bowl appearance and arm strength Chicago, look at what we will be getting in his character as well as what we will have to give up. This is why I didn't want him to be traded because I knew everyone would be pressuring J.A. to get him but if I was him I would look into it but would not give up the entire Bears future for one guy who is not a leader, will not have more respect in the huddle that Orton has and who throws way too many INT's. Look beyond the surface!

Basically the Bears should outbid whatever the competition bids for Cutler. Of the teams apparently interested in Cutler the two best QB's to be had IMO are Garrard first and Orton second. If McDaniels wants to draft Sanchez or Stafford to develop he will probably need a guy who can be a caretaker for a year so I believe the Jags and the Bears overall have an edge to the rest of the teams in the Cutler sweepstakes. I would go as far as offering 2 1st round picks and a second round pick if thats what it would take. Perhaps the Broncos would be interested in Vasher, Jamar Williams or Mark Anderson. Outside of a pre-injury Tommie Harris who no longer exists there is not one Bear including Forte and Briggs I wouldn't include in a deal for Cutler. With Cutler the Bears defense wont need to average giving up around 10 pts a game to win.

i cant stand all of you Geniuses that dont want Cutler. i feel so sorry for the pats, colts, and steelers. they are crippled by the huge contracts that Brady, Manning, and Rothlesburger. those franshises have been crippled and only have won 6 out of the last 8 superbowls and have gone to 7 of the last 8. my that sucks, the bears are smart, we are cheap and draft horribly and have gone to 1 superbowl and lost in 20 years. i would sell the farm for cutler and why you ask. look around our farm sucks. i dont want to hear from those people that say we dont need a franchise qb, i just listed why you do need one. the only teams to pull it off without one are the ravens, bears, and bucs. and i might be wrong but last time i checked our defense is not as good as the 85 bears, 2001 ravens or 2003 bucs. our defense is in the bottom third in the nfl and only getting older. WAKE UP YOU SHEEP, WE ARE A REBUIDING TEAM. WE ARE NOT CLOSE TO WINNING THE SUPERBOWL. we are in a weak division and are not the favorites to win it. i'm not saying if we get culter we win the division and go to the superbowl. we will still be rebuilding but already have the biggest and most important piece in place for the next 10 years. I'd rather be rebuilding with a franchise QB than rebuilding the way we are now. our defense is old and over rated. Urlacher is passed his prime, peanut is overrated, harris is an injury liability, and he wont be healthy this year either. he couldn't even go 3 days in a shorts and helmet minicamp.

ALSO JOHN CLAYTON ON ESPN RADIO JUST SAID ON MIKE AND MIKE THAT THE LIONS ARE THE FAVS TO GET CULTER AND THAT HE HAS HEARD FROM INSIDERS THAT THE BEARS WILL BE BIG PLAYERS FOR CUTLER. I'M GETTING MY HOPES UP BUT I DONT BELIEVE IN ANGELO

i cant stand all of you Geniuses that dont want Cutler. i feel so sorry for the pats, colts, and steelers. they are crippled by the huge contracts that Brady, Manning, and Rothlesburger. those franshises have been crippled and only have won 6 out of the last 8 superbowls and have gone to 7 of the last 8. my that sucks, the bears are smart, we are cheap and draft horribly and have gone to 1 superbowl and lost in 20 years. i would sell the farm for cutler and why you ask. look around our farm sucks. i dont want to hear from those people that say we dont need a franchise qb, i just listed why you do need one. the only teams to pull it off without one are the ravens, bears, and bucs. and i might be wrong but last time i checked our defense is not as good as the 85 bears, 2001 ravens or 2003 bucs. our defense is in the bottom third in the nfl and only getting older. WAKE UP YOU SHEEP, WE ARE A REBUIDING TEAM. WE ARE NOT CLOSE TO WINNING THE SUPERBOWL. we are in a weak division and are not the favorites to win it. i'm not saying if we get culter we win the division and go to the superbowl. we will still be rebuilding but already have the biggest and most important piece in place for the next 10 years. I'd rather be rebuilding with a franchise QB than rebuilding the way we are now. our defense is old and over rated. Urlacher is passed his prime, peanut is overrated, harris is an injury liability, and he wont be healthy this year either. he couldn't even go 3 days in a shorts and helmet minicamp.

ALSO JOHN CLAYTON ON ESPN RADIO JUST SAID ON MIKE AND MIKE THAT THE LIONS ARE THE FAVS TO GET CULTER AND THAT HE HAS HEARD FROM INSIDERS THAT THE BEARS WILL BE BIG PLAYERS FOR CUTLER. I'M GETTING MY HOPES UP BUT I DONT BELIEVE IN ANGELO

Hey Crieghton I have to admit your riding high on the horse, only its a kids little rocking horse. You are rignht once in awhile, but off most of the time. I will go thru your blogs after the draft and list both for you. Then the truth will follow. Everybody remember the great call, Andrea Smith drops to the third round.

The Bears need to do whatever it takes to get Cutler.They haven't had a probowl QB since Jimmy Mac. This guy seems like he cares about winning he doesn't look like a deer in the headlights ala Grossman after he fumbles the ball or smiles after a pick like Orton as if it's no big deal.He gets upset and he has attitude something the Bears don't have.They're not the Monsters of the Midway anymore it's like the organization is conntent on being mediocre.This team lacks leadership and Jay Cutler could bring that leadership.

Any package that starts with 2 1st round picks is WAAAAYYYYY too much for QB unless his name is Brady or Manning(Peyton). Just too much. You cant mortgage your future like that and expect to be competive. 1st rd picks are supposed to be starters from day one or at least contribute. Losing 2 possible impact players for years to come is just short of being retarded. Ask the Bucs about not having 1st round picks 2 years in a row(when Gruden came) and how it affected them. Not so much then but now, when those guys would be in their prime the Bucs would give anything (except the Super Bowl trophy) to have them.

My package
1st rd pick 2009
5th rd pick 2009
Vasher
Orton or Anderson(not both unless a player is coming back with Cutler)
3rd or 2nd rd pick in 2010

Personally I feel that already is too much for one player but that's about as far as I would go other than offering:

Briggs
Orton
2nd rd pick 2009
3rd pick in 2010

LB is very deep this year, Briggs and his huge salary can be replaced. Also players like Cato June are still available

Crieghton,

You think Pace will replace Williams? Wow, guess your not as smart as you think you are.

hahaha Chris Williams will be a good tackle for us. I'm not saying Pro Bowl, but he'll get the job done fine. Pace maybe has 1 or 2 good years left, but they all will be a right tackle.

Looks like you DIDN'T call another one.

You guys are a bunch of HIPOCRITES!!! I've been telling you that Orton sucks since last year with everyone giving me a hard time, now read these blogs. We will suck until Orton is no longer the starter! If Cryton can brag, I guess it's time for me too. ORTON HAS GOT TO GO! Get Cutler now! Don't let him go to the Lions or the Queens. If not Cutler, get somebody. Trade anybody (except Forte)

I JUST HEARD THE BEARS COMPLETED A TRADE FOR JAY CUTLER!!! They gave this and next years first round pick, Anderson, and this years 3rd!!! APRIL FOOLS! Only if Jerry had a brain! Or some Spaldings! If the Bears dont get Cutler I am serious considering leaving the fan base and becoming a Texan fan (my heart would never let me, Texans....REALLY?). This is the time to be bold! To grab Cutler no matter the cost, and to sign him to a long term deal making him one of the top 5 paid QBs. The funny thing is that the most important person in all of this is probably Earl Bennett! Yeah Earl is the MVP of the pre-draft season because of his relationship with Cutler. Does anyone know if Cutty (new Bears nickname)has a no trade clause in his contract? Im assuming that he doesnt, but wouldnt that be great if he was like I wanna play in Chicago (because of Earl). Good call C'ton. As soon as Pace came to have a physical for the Bears I knew two things: 1. They would definitely consider the grizzly vet at LT, but will let things pan out in camp competetion 2. That they were getting ammo to avoid drafting a tackle in the draft and to make a play on Cutty....so while I dont think its a for sure thing. Its defintely a good call! Let us give you credit though chief....we got u! 100

Anybody wanting to give the world for Cutler has no sense! What good would it be do give up everything for Cutler and then have to rebuild all over again around him. The safest and smartest thing to do is to keep Orton (proven leader and a winner,once again 21-12, 15-2 at home) and continue to build the offense. We are so close to being an elite team it is ridiculous. All we need to do is continue to address the O-line, get a quality WR, and strengthen the aging defense. When you get a complainer and non-leader like Cutler and give up all your picks and you delay everything. Once again look beyond the surface. Orton is not bad he had his best season last year and played extremely well before he got injured. Give him a chance people! Weigh the pros and cons of this situation. People always get so excited about top players hitting the market that they fail to weigh the pros and cons. If we can get him for little then that would be something to look into, but to give up everything is ridiculous and I will never approve of that. This teams needs to move forward, not backwards. Saying that J.A. would earn some of your respect for getting Cutler by an means necessary is absurd. Then what happens when we give up everything and get Cutler and still can't make it to the playoffs who gets blamed then? Everybody's going to blame J.A. again. I hate this back and forth crap. The Bears have a lot of work to do as is, adding Cutler gives them more work to do. Once again, think beyond the surface. I'll take the leader, the one that wins more, the one that throws less INT's, the one that the Bears' players respect, the one that does not break under pressure, and the one that will require less to get us back to the playoffs and possibly the SB! Thinking beyond the surface will help in making smart decisions! Orton should be our guy!

One thing to remember, there are a lot of very good quarterbacks coming out next year. I like Cutler, but shoring up the offensive line, WR and defensive backs this draft and get a franchise QB in the 1st round next year could set the Bears up for a few years.

What if Wood is on to something, and the whole "we are trading Cutler" thing is an elaborate April Fool's joke to play on Cutler to get his agent talking to them again? Yeah, right....But it would be pretty funny...

Creighton,
I am STILL waiting for next weeks winning powerball numbers.

ahhh....tahts right pauly! waht did i tel you loosers abot pace? man i hate too rpeet myself sense iam always right and on give give facts buttttt....looks like i called another one you silly gooses!

ans if i, THE GRATE CRAP-TON, ran teh bears i would FIRE ANGELO MCCKASEY PHILIPS LOVIE TURNER BABICH ANS WHOEVER ELSE STAND IN MY WAY (Some of you loosers may want to write that down so you can watch and learn) and tehn my team would win the superbowel every year!!! i do itt al the time playing madden (on rookie mode) with the xbox my mom bought me. how hard could t be in the "real world" rite?

ans isee most of you loosers are hoping the ebars take cutler jsu like ive been saying. i am not surprized. remember waht i promised you naughty little boys? tahts right: "I will be outside Soilder Field in a hot pink panties that say spank me"
it will be crap-ton gone wild! becuae i hate orton becuase he have beard ans personely dont like men with beards. they tickle me to much.

but you guys now me old rap-ton jus tyring to be posaitve...

p.s. yes it will be ME in pink panties at slodier field. when yyou loosers see me you may think its rosie odonnel with robin williams arm and back hair but its me. i get those celebritee comparisons all the time :)

Crieghton,

You think Pace will replace Williams? Wow, guess your not as smart as you think you are.

hahaha Chris Williams will be a good tackle for us. I'm not saying Pro Bowl, but he'll get the job done fine. Pace maybe has 1 or 2 good years left, but they all will be a right tackle.

Really so the fact that the Bears offered him a contract to start at LT and told the media they want him at LT, means I am an idiot for saying thats what they wanted in the first place. I never said he would replace him forever, if I did could you please find it. I said they were after Pace because they want him at LT. And I am right again. No you see what this guy did, he said that I said Pace would replace Williams and then goes to imply that I meant in the long term. But I never said that, I said I think the Bears want him to play LT and that there maybe something wrong with Williams or they were not happy with him at mini camp. I just thought it was odd in general. Then said if they want Pace it's at LT not RT and people lost it on me. So there you have it.

By Duane on April 1, 2009 8:02 AM
Hey Crieghton I have to admit your riding high on the horse, only its a kids little rocking horse. You are rignht once in awhile, but off most of the time. I will go thru your blogs after the draft and list both for you. Then the truth will follow. Everybody remember the great call, Andrea Smith drops to the third round.

Hey quit trying to picture me riding a horse it's strange if you know what I mean, were talking Conan O'Brian strange. But please feel free to go back over all my posts and enjoy yourself. By the way I notice your comming around you use to say I was never right, now you say I am right once in awhile. I'll take it. You comming around.

As for Andrea Smith I said he could drop to the third round and that I would not draft him because I think he will be a bust. So if you are going to quote me at least use the whole quote, because if you don't it is just another guy trying to manipulate what I say. Most people already know I am pretty darn accurate. Plus if you try to mix partial quotes I do have all of them already and I will prove that someone is lying. In fact some guy tried it last week and has not shown his face around here sense I busted him.

Hey when I said the Pace thing 2 or three days ago, I got jumped on for it. Turns out I was right so I am having a little fun with it now. The only person I see with a real problem is Brando but then again he is crazy. I mean how many guys stalk a guy on the net? It's kinda sick.

As for me bing right, have fun, I have made some nice calls and look forward to seeing them posted again. I'll even help if you want. But I have posted a lot so enjoy your reading. By the way don't forget my calls on Lloyd, Bradley, Metcalf, Rex, Orton, St. Clair, Tait, Davis, the Playoffs, last years draft, Chris Williams back, the Defense, Vasher, not making the playoffs, oh well the list goes on and on. There are a good years worth of Quotes.

By Dave on April 1, 2009 11:35 AM
Creighton,
I am STILL waiting for next weeks winning powerball numbers.

Sorry Dave I almost forgot about you. If I have the winning Power ball numbers why on earth would I just give them away. Or at the least why would I give them to you instead of a group like the Make a Wish foundation. Thats very greedy of you Dave. Plus I need a new R8 and my Yacht is almost a year old.

In truth there is a difference between common sense and reading the future. Dave gambaling is for the weak.

Mike teach Dave how to have the Warrior within crush the internal quiter.

Ahh Crap-Ton/Brando/Magicfingers, did you want some attention? Sorry but I gotta cut you off from your addiction. Thats right no more talking. Try not to threaten to kill yourself again if I don't talk to you. Cause this time I will have to let you do it. Tell your mom to take pictures so I can post them.

I think I will be ok if Cutler signed. As usual I will still be the only guy around here who keeps his word, and has the stones to make calls. Unlike the rest of you who have to wait for the media to tell you what to do.

I just want to apologize to Jerry who finally made it to OZ and found his brain! JERRY YOU ARE THE MAN! Wisdom of King Solomon, guile and guts of John McCain! Spaldings of MJ in the 4th quarter! The Cutler deal has reaffirmed my faith in the Bears organization! Peace Jerry, Peace!

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