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Jay Cutler GET OVER IT.. It's a BUSINESS

Posted on: March 16, 2009 9:09 pm
 

Last year Josh McDaniels was the offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots . He worked with Matt Cassel and was comfortable with him as quarterback. The NFL is a business. There is no loyality anymore. I agree on paper Jay Cutler is the most proven quarterback and I would take him over Matt Cassel but Josh McDaniels is the new head coach. He's the one that's going to be coaching the players and there's nothing wrong with him bringing whoever he wants on the team to coach if the general manager allows.
Jay Cutler shouldn't be a baby and take it so personal. It's not about Jay Cutler. It's about the team and right now this distraction is putting Jay Cutler above the team.
If I was in Jay Cutler's shoes yes at first I'd be upset but then I'd quickly realize at least I have a JOB. There's so many Americans right now out there without a job. So many quarterbacks out there that don't have a starting position or a team. Jay Cutler needs to show some class and forgive. He's losing his fan base and I'm starting to like Matt Cassel more and more. At first I was against the Broncos wanting to trade for Matt Cassel. I was thinking what the heck were they thinking. Now I wish they would have made the trade so Jay Cutler wouldn't be dragging it out as long as he is. The dude would have cried some tears and told how he was going to beat the Broncos and blah blah... everyone would have been on his bandwagon but now I don't blame anyone for hating on him.

 

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Since: Apr 18, 2009
Posted on: April 18, 2009 6:31 pm
 

Jay Cutler GET OVER IT.. It's a BUSINESS

Cutler you are on a level where you aren't the whole team. This is about the team winning not you. On paper you are proven. Cutler if you want to have sportsmanship we're ready.

 




Since: Feb 15, 2008
Posted on: April 5, 2009 4:07 pm
 

Jay Cutler GET OVER IT.. It's a BUSINESS

I heard Jay Cutler said that Tom Brady and Peyton don't have to worry about being traded. lol What a joke. Cutler is good but not even on the same level as Brady and Manning. 




Since: Jun 8, 2008
Posted on: March 22, 2009 7:40 am
 

Jay Cutler GET OVER IT.. It's a BUSINESS

...and by shop , I think you know what I mean. That would be the next step.

 

 




Since: Jun 8, 2008
Posted on: March 22, 2009 7:35 am
 

Jay Cutler GET OVER IT.. It's a BUSINESS

 

 That statment goes both ways. If you shop your All Pro QB, you better be damn sure thats what you want to do. Because you QB is not going to be happy what so ever. You think any other All Pro QB is going to put up with that shit? Hardly. Maybe he's acting like a kid, but I don't know very many players of his caliber that wouldn't be.




Since: Dec 17, 2006
Posted on: March 19, 2009 3:14 pm
 

Jay Cutler GET OVER IT.. It's a BUSINESS

I agree.  It's a billion $ cottage industry.  The Broncos hired Josh McDaniels to coach. To restore the team to respectability.  To not only return to the playoffs, but to win playoff games.  To not collapse as a team in the last few weeks of the regular season.   

 

We've all heard it before. And will again.  NFL = Not For Long.  And I have no issues with that.  Haven't.  And won't.

Jay Cutler is behaving like a child.  Immature.  Interesting that the upper crust education received at Vanderbilt didn't include life coping skills.

If I was in Jay Cutler's shoes yes at first I'd be upset but then I'd quickly realize at least I have a JOB.

And a job that pays him millions of $.  And unlike AIG, the media won't chirp once about poor ole Jay having to return his money.  Unless poor ole Jay is foolish with his fortune, he, and his family, will be set for life.  Heck. Several life times.  So what if you have to make your millions per year in a different city.  With a new set of fans.  It would seem prudent to avoid the Lane Kiffen approach to public relations and be quiet.  Attention Jay !  The likleyhood of you being traded is now pretty certain.  Just maybe not this year.  You might want to start polishing up your people and business skills.  Or the next fan base you have will inherit some negative connotations on you.  Before you even buy your next 4 million dollar home in their community. 

And their lies the essence of the underlying problem.  Poor ole Jay hasn't realized it's their team.  The owner.  The fans.  The media fueling the excitment.  The head coach. 

Jay.  Wake up.  You're a player.  Not the team. 

 

 

 

 

He worked with and was comfortable with him as quarterback.

 

 



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