Originally Posted by TheReverend
Security blanket? I repeat, the guy had 400 yards... if that's a "security blanket" then it needs to get washed.
I dunno, I don't understand. What's your end game here? Hoping to show a poor producing "receiving TE" is actually worth something after being unceremoniously dumped by his team for a 3rd round draft pick?
This isn't Antonio Gates... hell, this isn't even Brent Celek
no end game, I'm not fighting with you. I simply agree with Bean. Olsen served as a security blanket for Cutler. You don't have to make big plays to do that, just be available and on the same page when things get hairy. On a team where trust in his receivers has been shaky at times, that can be pretty important.