Zorn Says Redskins Aren't Pursuing Cu...

Zorn Says Redskins Aren't Pursuing Cutler

There are 5 comments on the The Washington Post story from Mar 26, 2009, titled Zorn Says Redskins Aren't Pursuing Cutler. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

DANA POINT, Calif., March 25 -- Washington Redskins Coach Jim Zorn said here Wednesday that the team is not actively pursuing a trade for Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler.

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Greenville, NC

#1 Mar 27, 2009
If the skins know whats good for them they will pick up Cutler to be the starter and use Campbell as a backup. Cutler will turn it out in Washington. We need him. I believe he will lead us to our 4th super bowl win. You better pick him up Dannyboy. Don't let this one get away. This could be one of the best moves you ever make Dannyboy.
Water Works

Green Valley, AZ

#2 Mar 28, 2009
Cutler in my opinion is a huge improvement over Cambell. If they could pull a trade off for Cutler I believe they could go deep into the playoffs. Jay does make some bad decisions from time to time, but he would help especially with the big plays. I feel that Cambell hold onto the ball to long and settles for the underneath stuff way to often. You hear that Gibbs and Zorn think highly of Jason, but how long do you give a guy before you realize that he isn't going to get the team to a Super Bowl? Cutler "IN" Cambell "OUT"...
NY Skins Fan

Asbury Park, NJ

#3 Mar 29, 2009
Anybody want to address the WR issue?..... UUUmmmm... Boldin!!??!!


#4 Mar 29, 2009
A Jay Cutler could be what we need to hit the playoffs and beyond. He throws the deep ball and that is what all the redskins superbowls teams had. We have a great running back great tight end and a great receiver, all we need is that quarterback who will throw the long ball and one of our young receivers to step up. we probably have one of the best defensive backfields in the NFL.
KY Skins Fan

United States

#5 Mar 30, 2009
I agree with the NY Fan. The issue with the team is more production with WR. Sure Cutler would be great, I have season tickets to Vandy and he has a cannon. Until you have a reciever who can fill the role of a Number 1, Moss is no where near an Art Monk or any other good #1 wide out, you are stuck. The East is too good for Cutler to make that many turn overs!

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