We've got a scouting report on new Bears quarterback Jay Cutler from a defensive coordinator who spoke on the condition he not be identified. We'll just get right into it:
"I like him because of his arm strength most. He's got a little gunslinger attitude to him too and he's not afraid to fit that ball into some tight spots that some guys might not be able to do.
"He throws a good vertical ball. Anything over the middle, he's usually pretty doggone accurate with it.
"He has a good head on his shoulders. If there is one thing about him, it's his temper. At times he might lose his composure out there. That would be my only negative. I think that's something, with a little more maturity, he'll be better. He's very impressive.
"He's mobile but he looks to throw before he runs. He doesn't get sacked much and that's because he's big, he's strong and he can move.''
Cutler will be working with a different set of players with the Bears. No Brandon Marshall. No Eddie Royal.
"But that's what makes him even more impressive,'' the coordinator said about Cutler trading places. "He didn't have any running game at all last season. How many running backs did the Broncos use? Eight? They didn't have any running game and people were dropping all their guys and he was still able to find the open guy.
"If he gets a receiver going in Chicago, he throws to the backs in the flat real well and he's going to use the backs and the tight ends well. They'll be running the ball. They'll use his mobility a lot, more play action. They'll run boots and waggles and that might add another dimension to their team.
"I'm not sure he needs a great, great receiver there as much as he needs a good one. I don't know if they have one. But they're in a good situation now.''