I will admit, he was right and all of us were wrong. I was wrong for the same reasons all of you guys were wrong. I was soooo desperate to believe that my better judgment was clouded. I WANTED, nay NEEDED to believe that Cutler was going to evolve elite or "damn near elite" NFL QB sooooo badly, that I ignored all of the warning signs which suggested otherwise. After that pass near the end of the first half, I realize I was wrong. His entire, overhyped, "Brett Favre wannabe" sorry career was encapsulated in that one pass. EVEN on a day when he is playing well and seems to be in a rhythm he remains MORE than capable, at any second, of going "full jerkwad" and tossing an inexcusable INT. In a MUST WIN divisional game, at home, you HAVE TO COME AWAY WITH POINTS on that possession heading into the half. NO EXCUSES. He is not a rookie...nor is he a 2nd or 3rd year player. At this point in his career he is what he is, and that will never change. So far this season: 13 TDs, 8 INTs. Sorry folks, but that ain't good enough for an 80-100 million $$$$$ payday. No way, no how. Phil, I know you read this board....DO NOT PAY CUTLER in the offseason. Cut bait. Time to rebuild with a young QB. Trestman turned McCown into an All-Pro. Let him draft a rookie he REALLY believes in, and then coach him up. He is the QB Whisperer. I have faith in Marc; I no longer have faith in Jay. The Denver fans were right about him all along; we just didn't want to accept it.