Cutler Checks His Blood Sugar and Checks it Often, Apparently Not His Voicemail, though.

The Jay Cutler era is seemingly over in Denver.  The whole debacle has dragged on for far too long and has ended with the whining 25-year old poised to get his way.  I think there must be more to this than meets the eye.  Josh McDaniels is said to have fielded an offer from another team involving a Cutler for Matt Cassel exchange, and then Cutler demanded a trade.  Cutler then proceeded to cry in his room with his cell phone off for two weeks.

If this is the whole story then the Broncos shouldn’t trade him.  They should just bench him, and have him back up for Dan Orlovsky or Chris Simms. They should embarrass the kid.  Jay Cutler had a very good year last year, but I don’t think he’s worth the number one pick to the Lions when Matthew Stafford is available.  He has a history of being a pain in the ass, is apparently somewhat of a virus, a diabetic (which is not so much a knock of character as much as longevity, sorry Wilford), and allegedly a slight boozehound.

Cutler would be a high risk pickup for any team looking between him, Mark Sanchez, and Stafford.  Draft picks bust all the time, but giving up a first rounder for Cutler would get a GM canned down the road if Cutler turns out to be the jackass he is showing himself to be.

Jay will not even talk to his owner at this point.  He has not even given the Broncos a chance from the start, and its gotten out of hand.  While I think McDaniels could have nipped this in the butt from the start by just kissing the young QB’s ass, most of the blame has to go on the naive Cutler.  Or, it must be assumed that Cutler wanted out before all this, and saw an opportunity when the rumors of his exchange came out earlier this offseason.
There are a few teams interested in Cutler.  Agent Bus Cook is said to be hoping he goes to the Lions as he could score 12-points per TD pass to Calvin Johnson on his client fantasy team.  The Broncos would probably hope for this as well because it would mean Cutler would be out of their league, Denver would get something good in exchange, and there’s a good chance Cutler will die behind the Detroit O-line.

The Redskins are also rumored to be interested in Cutler and Mark Sanchez.  This is despite the fact that they have a starter in Jason Campbell.  Campbell has shown some signs of life in his young career, but Daniel Snyder has a notoriously itchy trigger finger.  Hopefully Jason Campbell doesn’t hear the news and pull a Cutler.

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5 Responses to Cutler Checks His Blood Sugar and Checks it Often, Apparently Not His Voicemail, though.

  1. andy3331 says:

    I’d guess 90% of teams would rather trade the draft pick for an NFL QB who has shown he has the ability to perform at an NFL level, despite his poor w/l record. A draft pick coming in, especially at #1 to Detroit, would be getting paid top player money, and hasn’t proven shit.
    I’d rather have this whiny overrated cry baby, and that’s saying something. The rookie pay scale is just completely out of control for the top 10 picks in the draft.

  2. carebe01 says:

    I agree, but Cutler is a douchebag and everyone around the league knows that. This whole thing just proves that more, so in a normal case I think a team would take a normal QB, but Cutler is a known: baby, prick, diabetic, and boozer (which I can’t hold against him).
    The lions especially need a player to be the face of their franchise, not a pussy to be the pussy of their franchise.

  3. bermanad says:

    I think the Bears trade for him. Just a hunch but I think they pull the trigger.

  4. Jane Goody says:

    The style of writing is very familiar . Did you write guest posts for other bloggers?

    • carebe01 says:

      nope, first blogging experience here. I just write like every other jackass on the web so it seems familiar.

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