Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! I know everyone's upset that Jay is injured, and hasn't been playing lights out this year, but seriously, there's a LOT of opinions I read here, from friends and the media, that are just not well thought out. I'm not trying to troll this half of the board by giving my pointed opinions, but somebody's gotta say it: If you say Josh McCown should be the starter over a healthy Jay Cutler, you aren't winning any points for credibility. If you think McCown could/should be a starter for either this team, or anywhere else in the NFL, you don't come across as intelligent, seeing as McCown is 34, throws softballs(mark my words, he will have a multiple INT game) and....He's *********** 34 people, and he can't throw a ball half as hard or accurately as Jay Cutler. What kind of idiot coach would look at his performance this year and say "Oh wow, **** drafting a QB this year, this dude could be a starter for us!!"? If you think Jay needs to "move on" after this season, you're basically saying a GM as smart as Emery, and a HC as smart as Trestman are going to say "Well, the offense looked pretty good this year, our wide receivers are the best combination in the league, but, I think going with an untested rookie/career backup would increase our chances of winning over what Jay could do for us", then may god have mercy on your poor, confused soul. You think after that, given how bad the D is this year, as a result of age and injuries, that bringing in another QB to take the job away from Cutler is going to somehow fix ANYTHING, you're sooooooooooooooooooooo wrong. You think that "we can save money" by letting Cutler walk away, to allow more spending on defense, you're missing the fact that many of our free agents aren't going to be nearly as expensive as they would be normally, AND that there won't be enough FA's to sign to the defense to offset the loss the offense would feel. That just doesn't make any sense. Even if we spent a high draft pick on a QB, so what? RGIII, Ryan Tannehill, Jake Locker, and Colin Kaepernick are just a few of the recent high draft pick QB's that just aren't doing well this year. What that means is, Cutler > young QB. I think it would be great to bring in a rookie to compete for the job with Jay, but, just because so many rookie QB's have good seasons of late doesn't mean that they can turn their offenses elite. In fact, going with what I've said earlier, this would probably cost some people their jobs to immediately change an offense so quickly, and try to duplicate the point total from this year, because it ISN'T GOING TO HAPPEN WITH ANYONE NOT NAMED JAY CUTLER. Not anytime soon, and Emery and Trestman need a few years of sustained improvement to even guarantee they have jobs in a few years. Why on earth, would you think turning it over to a 34 year old, or an untested rookie would benefit them in any way, next year?