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BAMAPHIN 22
08-13-2009, 03:56 PM
Cutler, per the Arlington Daily Herald, intends to give his input on the team's final roster.

"I think they're definitely going to ask me," Cuter said. "If they don't ask me, I'm going to tell them what I think (http://www.dailyherald.com/story/?id=313503&src=148) because I've got to be the one throwing to them on game day, and I've got to trust them."

Look, the extent to which the starting quarterback and his receivers work together has to be a significant factor in shaping the depth chart. But there's a line, somewhere, that the quarterback shouldn't try to cross.

Publicly indicating that he intends to chime in on who should stay and who should go probably is on the other side of that line.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/08/13/cutler-wants-say-in-final-roster/

Jimi
08-13-2009, 06:24 PM
Cutler is a hell of a QB, but hes quickly nearing the thin line of arrogance Brett Favre crossed some years ago.

Roman529
08-14-2009, 12:18 AM
Cutler gives new meaning to the word DICK. I am so happy he is no longer in Colorado. He is probably the biggest baby in the NFL.

emeraldfin
08-14-2009, 04:55 AM
Dont really see a problem with what he is saying. In fairness, a QB should be consulted when a team is addressing their receivers.

NYinBostonFin
08-14-2009, 08:30 AM
Cutler gives new meaning to the word DICK. I am so happy he is no longer in Colorado. He is probably the biggest baby in the NFL.

Yeah, what a baby...he actually cares about the players on his team and would like imput. What a dick...lol.....so ridiculous.

When Denver falls on its *** without him this year, we'll see how happy everyone is in Colorado.

GoonBoss
08-14-2009, 08:43 PM
Sounds like Jay doesn't trust the opinions of his coaches or FO.....The same people that picked him up.

We wear caps and sleeves at this level son.

HurriPhin
08-15-2009, 04:16 PM
Yeah, what a baby...he actually cares about the players on his team and would like imput. What a dick...lol.....so ridiculous.

When Denver falls on its *** without him this year, we'll see how happy everyone is in Colorado.

After Orton's 3 int's against the 49er's, no one in Denver is happy right now. I was out at a couple of bars last night and most everyone was whining for Cutler, not about him. Only a small handful of fans were in denial and still thought the Bronco's are better off with out him, otherwise the Denver fans were irrate. I know a rash judgment shouldn't be made after only one pre-season game but it certainly seems as though it's a sign of things to come.

GO FINS!

Jimi
08-15-2009, 04:32 PM
Yeah, what a baby...he actually cares about the players on his team and would like imput. What a dick...lol.....so ridiculous.

When Denver falls on its *** without him this year, we'll see how happy everyone is in Colorado.


I agree, im my mind it does make sense to consult Cutler about the WRs. I also agree Denver messed up big time trading him.

But none the less, if the Bears FO wants to ask for his advice fine, if they dont, its not Cutlers self proclaimed right to go let them know. They pay him to throw the ball not to spout off roster decisions.

Its not about what hes says usually, its how he says it and how this guy goes about doing things. "If they dont ask, well ill just tell em anyway." Really? Speak like the higly paid professional you are. He just comes off as an arrogant baby latley, and i used to be a huge fan of his coming into the leauge.

Brett Favre 2.0 all the way. Skill and personality wise to a tee.

MP-Omnis
08-15-2009, 06:59 PM
Jay should stick to managing his diabetes.

AquaInferno
08-15-2009, 08:53 PM
Jay should stick to managing his diabetes.

That's not a good thing to say, karma sucks.

BobDole
08-15-2009, 10:49 PM
million dollar talent, two cent head. i personally think he's a whiney little *****.

MP-Omnis
08-16-2009, 12:45 AM
That's not a good thing to say, karma sucks.

I didn't mean it as an insult to diabetics. I just remember Madden and Michaels always talking about how he manages his disorder during the game.

PhinzN703
08-16-2009, 01:53 AM
Dont really see a problem with what he is saying. In fairness, a QB should be consulted when a team is addressing their receivers.

Peyton Manning yes, Tom Brady yes, Favre when he was with the Packers all those years, yes.

A guy who's been with his new team for a few months? No way in hell

Layfield
08-16-2009, 03:23 AM
Seriously. He has a job and it has nothing to do managing the roster. Who does he think he is? Jeff Ireland?

Spesh
08-16-2009, 05:58 AM
"Many eyes, though, were on Cutler, who failed to meet the much-anticipated offseason buzz he's generated since Chicago acquired him in a blockbuster offseason trade with Denver.
He went 5 of 10 for 64 yards and an interception on a poorly underthrown pass up the left sideline that was picked off by Leodis McKelvin . Cutler nearly threw another interception, but cornerback Reggie Corner dropped the ball that hit him squarely in the chest.
''It's too early to start to panic. It's preseason,'' Cutler said. ''I feel fine about it.''
Cutler also noted that the Bears rested starting running back Matt Forte and starting tight end Greg Olsen."

And the excuses begin again! I have to agree with some of the others in the thread, QB's that have history and major accomplishments should have input when it comes to offensive players joining the team, as theyre input could improve that team. Cutler does not deserve that same treatment; he doesnt have the years, he doesnt have the accomplishments, he doesnt have the maturity to be unbiased and do whats best for the team.

And on a slightly different subject that probably doesnt belong here, calling it now: Cutler will lead the league in picks this season.

emeraldfin
08-16-2009, 07:47 AM
Peyton Manning yes, Tom Brady yes, Favre when he was with the Packers all those years, yes.

A guy who's been with his new team for a few months? No way in hell

Why not? Look how much they invested in him. Why go to all that effort to bring him in if your going to just ignore what he has to say about the receivers? Every starting QB in the league should be consultated when addressing receivers. QB's can give coaches a different perspective to what the coaches witness on the sideline.

If I was a coach, I personally welcome a QB's opinion.

Spiff
08-16-2009, 01:10 PM
And on a slightly different subject that probably doesnt belong here, calling it now: Cutler will lead the league in picks this season.

You could be right if Favre stays retired.