Jay Cutler just the QB Bears need

Jay Cutler just the QB Bears need

There are 64 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Mar 2, 2009, titled Jay Cutler just the QB Bears need. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Dan Patrick: You grew up in Indiana--are you a Colts fan? Jay Cutler: I'm a Bear fan.

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Typical Sox Fan

United States

#1 Mar 2, 2009
Orton sucks. Jesus Christ go get Cutler.
Stephen

Houston, TX

#2 Mar 2, 2009
Is this going to be like Peavy/B.Roberts and Kobe/Gasol/Garnett? It probably won't even get that far though. The Bears will never even make a phone call to Denver.
Don

United States

#3 Mar 2, 2009
ya this will never happen, why even get our hopes up
Mark

Wheaton, IL

#4 Mar 2, 2009
I'm not one of those people who thinks that Orton is the problem. I think he'd be fine if he had a receiver that could get open once in a while.
That said, the Bears would be CRAZY not to try to get Cutler if they could - I bet if they did that, it would also attract more free agent receivers like T.J.
This would clearly be an opportunity to upgrade.
Desperate

Tinley Park, IL

#5 Mar 2, 2009
Thats is exactly what this write is....I will type up anyhting to get anyone to read my dribble
Hurray for Jay

Nashville, TN

#6 Mar 2, 2009
Grab Cutler ASAP!!
Griff

Rock Island, IL

#7 Mar 2, 2009
Sounds great, makes sense. which is exactly why it will never happen. Ah...Woe is the McDoofskys.

“Roll The Cameras...”

Since: Feb 09

Chicago, IL

#8 Mar 2, 2009
If only the Bears had an organization that cared about its product, then they would go after Cutler. But why should they when the product is selling out and making money (as of now 30mil surplus).
Va2Chi

Richmond, VA

#9 Mar 2, 2009
Its sad but everything that is supposed to be done wont get done. We go after Mus. but not Hush. and all it took was a second round pick to get Cass. Lets bow our heads for a moment of silence or better yet let us all pray to the football gods and just hope for the best. GO BEARS!!!!
Clark N Addison

Cary, IL

#10 Mar 2, 2009
Is Bears management afraid that a big name QB will get more credit than they would have?
This is the same regime that is afraid to have any coaches that ever played for the team.
bobbyw- albuquerque

United States

#11 Mar 2, 2009
You've gotta be kidding. Bears trade for a pro bowl qb? Even if he'd marry Virginia M. to get into the swing of it.(Oh, she's still married to Michael M?) Well you get the picture. Santa Claus is a podunk town and a kid who can fling it like Cutler can would be loved by fans far and wide...even the drunks at Soldier Field. Angelo won't take the bait. He's waiting for another Christmas present...one to give him a new brain.
VinnyDelNoNo

United States

#12 Mar 2, 2009
I'm all for getting cutler. sucks that angelo believes that OUR coaching can change the outcome of a season.

on the other side, does it feel like hanie is similar to cutler? big arm, mobile. not trying to jump on the hanie bagwagon, but angelo really needs to realize that hanie could probably have a legitimate chance to outperform orton in preseason. oh wait, didn't he do that last year?
boll

Arlington Heights, IL

#13 Mar 2, 2009
" kyle orton is our quarterback " says jerry.
Abe Gibran

Dearborn Heights, MI

#14 Mar 2, 2009
Why ruin a good young QB behind an offensive line that can't block,elementary pass calls that other teams figure out & adjust to by the 2nd qtr? Let's just enjoy below average football in a below average division and call it a year.
Hmm

Oak Park, IL

#15 Mar 2, 2009
There is no way the Broncos would give up on Cutler, unless the Bears were willing to give too much. What part of the current Bears organization makes you think they will give up more than they have to? This isn't Dave Wannstedt giving a number 1 to get Rick Mirer. I bet the most Angelo would offer is Orton and a number 2, and the Broncos are not going to take that.
RicoBallBoy

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Mar 2, 2009
PLEASE NO!!! Let's NOT go after another weak arm, tired soul from another team. WE HAVE a great arm that needs to continue to be developed. Orton is great and getting better. We need another wide receiver that will complement Hester and throw the defenses for a loop ... like Macklin from Mizzou! Have 2 strong wides & Forte and the defenses will never know what is coming at them.
Howard the Duck

United States

#17 Mar 2, 2009
When trades like this are proposed in the media - always ask yourself "Would I do it if I was GM?"

...and the answer here is ---- NO. I would not trade Jay Cutler.

So why would the Broncos? Hurt feelings go away quickly. Remember when Lance Briggs had played his last down for the Bears?
WI Bear

Somerset, WI

#18 Mar 2, 2009
And who will he throw to? Now that TJ is off to Seattle, who do we get? Broken down Marvin Harrison?
steveo

Chicago, IL

#19 Mar 2, 2009
I thought browns fans were clueless when it comes to saving their team but you guys take the cake.
Jay Cutler is already a bust and a shown primadonna and you think he's going to save the Bears?
haha good luck
Stephen

Houston, TX

#20 Mar 2, 2009
RicoBallBoy wrote:
PLEASE NO!!! Let's NOT go after another weak arm, tired soul from another team. WE HAVE a great arm that needs to continue to be developed. Orton is great and getting better. We need another wide receiver that will complement Hester and throw the defenses for a loop ... like Macklin from Mizzou! Have 2 strong wides & Forte and the defenses will never know what is coming at them.
Jay Cutler does not have a weak arm at all. His arm strength is definitely not won of his weaknesses. The biggest concern with him is his inability to read defenses and tendency to throw bad interceptions.

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