Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Before anyone loses their mind, let me state that Jay Cutler is the greatest QB in the history of mankind and that McCown is a talentless asshat when compared to the great and omnipotent Cutler. Joe Montana enjoys pretending he is Jay Cutler when he is tossing the football around in his backyard with his grandkids. So, with that having been said: I would rather have McCown QB this offense then Cutler? Why? well umm, because McCown doesn't go full-numbskull as often as Cutler does. Because I happen to trust McCown more than I trust Cutler. Because the offense seems to score more efficiently with McCown. There I said it. Yeah, yean I know, BLASPHEMY. I am hereby excommunicated from the Holy Church of Jay Cutler. So be it. Cutler is clearly the better QB. In fact, Jeff George had all the talent in the world. He was also far superior to McCown. JaMarcus Russell had a cannon for an arm and was a GIANT in the pocket, so he was also superior to McNown. Blah blah blah. You can have all three of them. Give me McCown and a developmental QB upon whom Trestman is willing to stake his reputation as a QB guru. Cutler is never going to lead a team anyplace. I got news for you guys- He is in his 8th NFL season. If he hasn't magically "put it all together" to morph into Tom Brady or Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers or Peyton Manning by now, it ain't gonna happen. He is who he is, and that ain't nearly good enough. On a related note, Jeff George is still calling league GMs to express interest in returning to the league. Rumour has it that he still has "all the makings of an elite NFL QB" and still feels that he can maximize his vast potential. Rant over.