Ron Jaworski: "Cutler not worth a long-term deal"

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  1. Bearsinhouston

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    Not sure what happened to Kaep. I thought he was one of the best QB's last year. Next year will provide another data point. I'd like to see him succeed. I enjoy watching an unknown come out like that.
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    Kaep, is suffering a standard soph slump, and it doesn't help he lost his two best weapons(Davis and Crabtree).
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    Same thing that happens to MOST sophomore QB's. Coaches have enough tape on them to figure their game out. He could certainly get better later in the year (as Newton did last year), but it's also possible it'll take til his 3rd year to get back to the top of his game.
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    Crabtree should be returning soon. I think I heard that they were expecting many of their weapons to make it "back for the playoffs", so sooner or later, Kaep will play better than what he has. Until then, I wish him, Newton, Stafford and Palmer all the worst luck in the world.
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