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THE QUESTION

Jay Cutler to D.C.?

The Redskins are seeking a trade for the disgruntled Broncos quarterback, but is Cutler a good fit with Washington?

Posted by Emil Steiner on April 2, 2009 9:43 AM
FROM THE PANEL

Cutler Not a Good Fit

Based on the personnel he'll have around him in Chicago Cutler would have done better staying put.

Posted by Gene Wang, on April 2, 2009 7:49 PM

Redskins, Like Every Team, Should Consider Cutler

If Zorn is on board with the decision to pursue Cutler then he either feels that Cutler is special, Campbell is not, or both.

Posted by Rob Rang, on April 2, 2009 1:26 PM

Better Catch Cutler

If the Redskins weren't all-in on the Cutler chase before, they need to be that way now.

Posted by Mark Maske, on April 2, 2009 12:56 PM

A Different Path

At this point Cutler is a better quarterback than Jason Campbell, but this isn't about superstar talent.

Posted by Les Carpenter, on April 2, 2009 12:17 PM

Snyder Likes Roller Coasters

It seems like a splashy move for Washington to make. But is it prudent? Well, Snyder has an affinity for roller coaster rides.

Posted by Dan Levy, on April 2, 2009 10:31 AM

Getting Cutler

Several teams will be looking to pick up the Broncos quarterback, chief among them, the Redskins and New York Jets

Posted by Kornheiser & Wilbon, on April 2, 2009 10:21 AM

Avoid the Temptation!

Giving up several top draft picks for a player statistically similar to the one you already have doesn't make a lot of sense.

Posted by Doug Farrar, on April 2, 2009 10:16 AM

FEATURED COMMENTS

dalee16: football games are won on the line and i wish that our general manager, dan snyder, would focus his enthusiasm on acquiring young talented l...

ozpunk: The NFC East would eat Cutler alive like the lump of insulin infused cookie dough that he is. His 32 ints and 38 sacks in his 2 full season...

ah___: Is the Jason Campbell era over already? This should do wonders for his confidence--far better to spend some money on O-line or receivers th...

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