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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
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peaceful2008: Attention American Sports Fan: what makes you think that your sports organizations are any different from your other corporations and finan...

maxpower99: I agree with every other poster. Fix your offensive line and receivers, and then judge JC. Cutler is the next Jeff George. Million dollar...

ozpunk: Haha I read that they sent him to Chicago for that limp wristed neckbeard Orton and 2 first rounders. Ahh, the windy city where QB careers ...

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dalee16 Author Profile Page :

football games are won on the line and i wish that our general manager, dan snyder, would focus his enthusiasm on acquiring young talented lineman through the draft, do we really believe that joe flacco was that good or was it because he had a good line that could run the ball and protect him, put jason campbell on the ravens and they are in the superbowl

ozpunk Author Profile Page :

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 seasons will be nothing compared to 2009 if he is indeed traded to the Skins. He is like an even more slack jawed and chunky version of Eli without the playoff credentials or SB ring.

ah___ Author Profile Page :

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 than another cast-off.

biffgriff Author Profile Page :

Let's check the scoreboard:

No offensive line... check
Nothing consistent at WR... check
Running game that breaks down by November... check
Trading your veteran QB for an iffy, suspect unproven rifle arm when you have virtually no draft picks this year... check

yup, it must be April in Snyderland again.

aviator3 Author Profile Page :

Say it ain't so, dumping campbell already, come on, try getting an offensive line first, followed by help at wide out, then judge campbells performance, 32 int's come on. I'm not all that sure that Cutler is better than Campbell at this point. The redskins under snyder and his GM make mistake after mistake, don't make another one.

peaceful2008 Author Profile Page :

Attention American Sports Fan:

what makes you think that your sports organizations are any different from your other corporations and financial institution? This country has become a singular potential money making machine. period.

There is no honor, no integrity, no friendship, no goodwill for the common cause.

It is only about money and Mr. Snyder pretty much sums it up for you.

So, instead of your misplaced anger at Redskins for chasing the splash and the incresed ad revenues, direct your anger at yourself:

you, the nachos biting, beer-drinking, cheerleader loving, useless, fatass, sportsfan, who makes the money-making machine work!

Jay Cutler and Jason Campbell? they are laughing all the way to the bank everyday for making money for the money making machine. Ah the tears....

That being said, I strongly believe that Jason La Canfora lives his daily dream of Redskins-bashing.

If sports-writing was a car, JLC would be driving a souped-up 1999 honda-civic with a "W" sticker from 2000 election!

maxpower99 Author Profile Page :

I agree with every other poster. Fix your offensive line and receivers, and then judge JC. Cutler is the next Jeff George. Million dollar arm, ten cent head.

ozpunk Author Profile Page :

Haha I read that they sent him to Chicago for that limp wristed neckbeard Orton and 2 first rounders. Ahh, the windy city where QB careers go to die...

 
 
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