In His Defense: Why Jay Cutler Is Better than You Think He Is

July 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I recently read a comment on an article I wrote, which stated that Chicago Bears' quarterback Jay Cutler wasn't all that he was cracked up to be.
The guy commenting had no real ill intentions, but I just didn't think his logic was right-on, and I actually didn't deem it to be very fair, either.
He commented that Cutler wasn't shaping out to be the type of passer that most "franchise" passers are supposed to be, that his interception total has climbed each season he's been in the league, and that considering his body of work, he wasn't even a lock to be better than Detroit Lions' quarterback, Matthew Stafford.
Now, that's where I draw the line.
I'm not a Chicago or Detroit fan. In fact, I'm a Brett Favre and NFL fan. But sometimes you just can smell a defense story that needs to be told.
Just like the person commenting on my article (it was actually on Stafford, by the way) had no ill will toward me, I likewise am not trying to offend or attack them.
But s...

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