Should the Chicago Bears Let Go of Jay Cutler?

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  1. soulman

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    Nope! (How 'bout that. This may be the shortest post I've ever made) :p
     
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    I think what people forget about NFL contracts is that only the guaranteed up front money means anything to players. So for the right guaranteed money we could sign Cutler to a very nice CAP friendly deal.
     
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    Whatever maximizes the remaining cap money to buy a defense. That's my vote.
     
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    That's what I would do too and that's what I think will end up happening unless Cutler accepts a "below market" deal.

    It's hard to justify paying Cutler a LT "market deal" given his age, injury history, turnover issues, and lack of postseason wins. Don't get me wrong, I want him to be here next year and think he's by far the best option to be the starter but I don't think a LT deal is justified (unless it comes at a discount) when you have the FT option to use.

    Use the lions share of resources rebuilding the defense, get Trestman a rookie QB he can groom (for better or worse who knows), and kick the can down the road one more season on this decision.
     
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    I like it, but neither the Lions nor the league would go for it!
     
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    Who got us here ? Where did the DEFENSE go ?
     
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    Use the "majority share" of resources to rebuild the defense...how's that? ;)
     
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    ah hell... nowhere near as much fun...
     
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    I agree, and have no need to say another word...


    I probably will though :p
     
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    We already gave 'em JaMarcus Webb. lol!
     
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