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View Poll Results: Would you approve trading a 2nd round pick to the Panthers in exchange for RB Jonathan Stewart?
YES 41 23.16%
NO 124 70.06%
Thank Goodness This Isn't Another Manning/Tebow Thread. 12 6.78%
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Old 10-28-2012, 03:53 PM   #126
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No, bringing in high priced playerS via trades usually never works out in the NFL.
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Old 10-28-2012, 04:13 PM   #127
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No, bringing in high priced playerS via trades usually never works out in the NFL.
Yeah Cutler/Marshall to Chicago has been a disaster,
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Old 10-28-2012, 05:51 PM   #128
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Yeah Cutler/Marshall to Chicago has been a disaster,
I don't think that's worked out as good as you might suggest. That team has not been impressive on offense for the most part. I wouldn't say Cutler and Marshall are "tearing it up" so to speak. Good players, not as special though as most would have thought they would have become several years ago. I always thought Marshall would be as good as he would allow himself to be without all the distractions. Cutler has leadership issues and still, IMO, horrible footwork and throwing mechanics. He still thinks his big time arm allows him to throw the ball late and into double/triple coverages. That has always been his biggest problem. Read some defenses, look safeties off, anticipate, those are all things he still does not do well.

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Old 10-28-2012, 06:38 PM   #129
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Manning has to be giddy at having two big WR's to toss it up to.
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Old 10-28-2012, 06:38 PM   #130
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Yeah Cutler/Marshall to Chicago has been a disaster,
If it ever works its when you bring in a high priced QB. Otherwise get players at a bargin price, they seem to play better.
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Old 10-28-2012, 07:13 PM   #131
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I don't think that's worked out as good as you might suggest. That team has not been impressive on offense for the most part. I wouldn't say Cutler and Marshall are "tearing it up" so to speak. Good players, not as special though as most would have thought they would have become several years ago. I always thought Marshall would be as good as he would allow himself to be without all the distractions. Cutler has leadership issues and still, IMO, horrible footwork and throwing mechanics. He still thinks his big time arm allows him to throw the ball late and into double/triple coverages. That has always been his biggest problem. Read some defenses, look safeties off, anticipate, those are all things he still does not do well.


Cutlet is good but not worth the price in money nor draft choices they had to give for him.

But he is still a turn over machine. IIRC 2 today maybe 3. They barely got by JAX and had the defense not had a pick size well they most likely would have lost.
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Old 10-28-2012, 07:31 PM   #132
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I don't think that's worked out as good as you might suggest. That team has not been impressive on offense for the most part. I wouldn't say Cutler and Marshall are "tearing it up" so to speak. Good players, not as special though as most would have thought they would have become several years ago. I always thought Marshall would be as good as he would allow himself to be without all the distractions. Cutler has leadership issues and still, IMO, horrible footwork and throwing mechanics. He still thinks his big time arm allows him to throw the ball late and into double/triple coverages. That has always been his biggest problem. Read some defenses, look safeties off, anticipate, those are all things he still does not do well.
Before Cutler Marshall they had Orton/Knox
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Old 10-28-2012, 07:43 PM   #133
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Stewart gets injured a lot.
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