Bears Former GM’s Scouting Report on Cutler off the Mark

September 7, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After over a year in hiding, former Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has resurfaced with a scouting report on current Bears quarterback Jay Cutler that shows why he's an ex-general manager.
Angelo first reappeared in a story about Christian Ponder in the St. Paul Pioneer Press. In that story, he also spoke about Cutler:
"He has all the physical tools," Angelo said. "But his numbers are pedestrian, given his talent level."
Angelo went into more detail on his Facebook page earlier this week with a couple arguments that are off the mark.
While Angelo doesn't seem to think trading two first-round picks for Cutler was a mistake, he acknowledges Cutler hasn't put up elite numbers and tries to explain why.
His first point is the number of offensive coordinators Cutler has been through. While this is a valid argument, Angelo then goes into Cutler's individual issues, both of which are off.
The first thing he cites is Cutler's lack of ball distr...

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