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    Sometimes ball control is better than accuracy.

    McCown has ball control and awareness. Jay has accuracy.

    Which is better? Well in Tresman's offense, so far McCown is king. No one can argue based on what we've seen. McCown has been stellar in every game this year when he played.

    So thus far in Trestman's system McCown is a BETTER QB! How can anyone argue that?

    Cutler might be better qb vs qb, but you play with 10 other players.
     
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    Well, I know one thing. I saw it with my very own eyes (yeah, I know not the best, but they are all I have). We could not score. McCown comes in and scores on the only drive he led when Jay was not able to.

    Call it whatever you want, he does move the ball in this offense better than Cutler. Cuter and Trestman did Cutler a disservice today. I do not believe Cutler was 100%.
     
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    JABF, with all due respect, Cutler deserves a SIGNIFICANT portion of blame for returning too soon! Yeah, Trestman is the HC and the buck stops with him, but let's be honest for a second. Cutler was obviously agitating to play behind the scenes. He KNOWS his body better than ANYONE else (except maybe Kristen). He knew damn well that he wasn't anywhere close to 100%, yet he insisted upon starting against Detroit for his own selfish reasons, so please don't pretend like it is ALL on Trestman. They can share the blame.
     
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    Thank you, Bih. Thank you.
     
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    Thank you, DaTreeBears. Thank you.
     
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    jay may have a better arm and accuracy but he make very stupid decisions. That int would have been picked even if it wasn't tipped. I have to admit I feel more comfortable when McCown throws the ball.
     
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    thank you, vmx12.
     
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    Sorry. The buck stops with the HC. He's paid to make these decisions.
     
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    yes, you are right, he is. And Jay isn't a 9 year-old child, so he is responsible for his own decisions.
     

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