cutler really a giant puzzle

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  1. Mr. Deliverance

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    Looks like you are standing in the land of make believe.
     
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    Yeah, you've won me over. One bad game in another offense is proof that Cutler should be replaced. I can't wait to see the replacement and the leash givin to him to "get it right". We have the offense on the field that can win a close game. We let today get away. It happens. Deal with it. We may even lose next week. Thank God the season isn't over after next week.

    Long story short calm yer tits. If after this year Jay isn't the guy then we'll rebuild and we'll replace Briggs and Peppers,Tillman. We'll replace the QB and we'll be right there ready to compete for the chance to maybe finish .500
     
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    SWC, the point is...if Cutler can't slay his demons (which clearly were in full view today) we are looking at a multi-year rebuild no matter what. If you're content with 7-10 win seasons and not sniffing the SB, then the status quo is just fine. But we aren't going to get to the promised land with a QB who's head is so far up his ass that he has as many turnovers as TDs, even after two garbage 6s today after the game was all but over.
     
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    It's like we just lost the playoffs. We got beaten. There are so many new pieces on this team you'd think we'd give them more than 4 weeks to get it right. I would like to see some better tackling though. We are making superstars out of one player a week.
     
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    Here is the issue with Jay and the reason that so many people are starting to believe that he cannot take us to a championship. It dosent mean a damn thing how great his arm is if he is making horrific decisions and reverting back to the old jay. Even on his best day he is not a tier one qb. He is nowhere near rogers, manning ect even when he is red hot. This tier 2 qb is fine and well until we see the games that happens EVERY YEAR where he melts down. When this happens we have absolutely no chance to win the game. None. When bad jay shows up there isnt anyone that can do anything to preserve the game, we are going to lose plain and simple.

    The defense can't save him if he turns the ball over 4 times, one going down to the 2 yard line and another for 6 points.
    The WRs cant save him if he is missing them WIDE OPEN in key situations.
    The OL cant save him when he is holding the ball lazily, with one hand for 7 seconds oblivious any kind of internal clock.

    If we could just look at this and say "wow i dunno what happened but that was the worst game he will ever have" then it would be different. Problem is we KNOW that this is going to happen again and it seems to be against key opponents. Most the time the question on a qb is are they good enough to win you a superbowl. In our case not only do we wonder this but we have to ask if he can just put 4 games together without this happening. I realize its only one game but its an ugly trend and he only has to do this 3 more times MAX imo before Emery and co start actively looking to move on.
     
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    Slay his demons? I'd say one of the top "demons" is learning another offense/revolving door. In that list I'd like to add "The expectations of the common Bears fan". Is it realistic to expect Jay or ANY QB to learn a new system damn near every year AND live up to Super Bowl or bust? For arguments sake lets say we cut bait with Jay after this year. Cutler is gone. Now we have a new QB learning a NEW system with players who are a year older. A defense that's a year closer to being rebuilt. Of course it's being rebuilt while the offense is teaching a new QB the same shit that our old QB would have been a year deeper into. How many year are we into "sniffing the playoffs".
     
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    Yeah this was a shitty game for him in this offense. How many years have those other QBs you mentioned been in the same system/consistancy? Do you think its an accident that Rodgers knows where everyone is going to be on every down? Yes, Jay had a bad day. It took week four and three wins in those four for people to fold up tent on Jay and claims "its over man". Tits not calmed lol
     
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    I'd say Jay's demons are terrible ball security, lack of an internal clock, and a disconcerting habit of melting down and wetting the bed in key games. That stuff has nothing to do with the finer points of a new scheme and new play book.

    He was wildly inaccurate today. He held the ball like a deer in the headlights even when he had time. He throws quacking ducks expecting Marshall to bail him even against safety help. His mechanics and focus go to shit for long stretches. When your turnovers are as your numerous as your TD passes (and that is generously including two garbage scores today after the game was lost), you aren't playing worthy of a new contact in the tens of millions per year. Simple as that. If you can't see all that, I can't help you.

    This is a CONTRACT YEAR for Jay and a decision year for the coaching and front office staff at the position. I can't imagine Emery and Trestman are very pleased with the regression they saw today at the QB position in a key and winnable division game.
     
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    Holy shit!!! I missed this gem lol. What can I say? You got me.......
     
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