Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! I agree that McCown's age is a barrier towards becoming a starting QB in this league. But what does his history have to do with anything? You have to look at how well the player is producing now. McCown's performance during his time in Arizona isn't relevant. I know that statement is going to cause you to break out the calculator and tell me his lifetime completion percentage, but there are more important questions that an NFL team should ask themselves. Is he healthy? Can he move and make plays with his feet? Is his arm strong enough to make plays? Is he able to learn an NFL offense? Can he play under pressure? Is he making plays now? This isn't baseball and batting averages. There is so much more to consider, especially since much of McCown's success is from his level of preparedness and the strength of our receivers and line protection. They aren't letting Cutler walk this offseason. I just don't see it. Every time someone asks this question on the Score, which feels like every 15 minutes, they say that from what Emery and Trestman have shown in their interviews and attitude, they are keeping Cutler. If they keep Cutler, I hope they keep McCown. They have a good relationship with each other, he knows this system, and I think having McCown around will help Jay with his weaknesses in ball control.