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Old 11-13-2009, 07:16 AM   #1
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Default 4 reason why the Cutler trade might be the best nfl trade ever

Reason 1. Ryan Mallett : Compares to Tom Brady or John Elway

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5F527AhpS8

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_lis...&v=OrCZv24dR4c

Reason 2. Sam Bradford : Compares to Phillip Rivers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0w-gL0PSvNk&feature=fvst


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Jake Locker; Compares to Right handed Steve Young

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Jimmy Clausen : Compares to Joe Montana
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHuwPPRC6H4

All 4 of these guys have a good shot to lead Broncos to back to back superbowl wins. Culter was not even able to lead Broncos to playoffs.

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Old 11-13-2009, 07:21 AM   #2
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I like Clausen the most. Big arm, not afraid to stand in the pocket, but does have some mobility. I just think he'll be gone by the time we pick.

Of course, the Bears are so god awful they may not win another game this year... which might sneak us into the top 5.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:25 AM   #3
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I think Bears will finish 6-10 and have a pick between 6-10. We can get one of those QB's, but I don't see any way McD drafts one.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:25 AM   #4
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If Cutler's game pattern holds true to form, don't be surprised if they unexpectedly win against Philly.
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7-9 8-8 at best. I say we get 14 or so.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:30 AM   #6
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i say we use our first pick for a CB or Safety, while there is still time for Dawkins and Champ to mentor them. Im still giving Orton a little time. If he gets worse by the end of the year, then I will change my mind to QB.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:30 AM   #7
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I'll take Locker.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:33 AM   #8
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Ryan Mallett. He is a little rough, but he has a big time arm, has elevated the play of Arkansas in the SEC, and is just a gamer. I would take Clausen before him, but Clausen is a consensus top-five pick. The only way we could get that is if Jay decides to have more five INT games.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:35 AM   #9
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Hell, by the end of this season the NFL might give Josh Coach of the Year honors just for the Cutler trade.
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Ryan Mallett. He is a little rough, but he has a big time arm, has elevated the play of Arkansas in the SEC, and is just a gamer. I would take Clausen before him, but Clausen is a consensus top-five pick. The only way we could get that is if Jay decides to have more five INT games.
Clausen? We just got rid of Cutler. Why trade one sniveling punk for another?
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:37 AM   #11
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I think Bears will finish 6-10 and have a pick between 6-10. We can get one of those QB's, but I don't see any way McD drafts one.
Your probably right
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:38 AM   #12
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Mallent doesn't come close to be compared to Elway or Brady. He is Drew Bledsoe with better arm and less accuracy.
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Old 11-13-2009, 07:39 AM   #13
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i say we use our first pick for a CB or Safety, while there is still time for Dawkins and Champ to mentor them. Im still giving Orton a little time. If he gets worse by the end of the year, then I will change my mind to QB.
That is why we drafted Alphonso Smith, Darcel McBath, and David Bruton along with retaining Josh Barrett.

I think we'll go after another CB, but it'll be a 3rd to 5th rounder that we hope develops into a solid nickel/#2 type, while Alphonso Smith will be called on to develop into a #1.

McBath is already seeing more time on the field, and when healthy Josh Barrett is our TE coverage specialist already. The future of our secondary was installed directly behind the present.
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Clausen? We just got rid of Cutler. Why trade one sniveling punk for another?
True, Clausen is a douche. Hell, he just looks like one. But the guy has made chicken salad with chicken **** at ND this year. He has a great arm, stands in the pocket with his eyes downfield, and has been pretty accurate this year (TD to INT ratio). Plus, Clausen has Charlie Weis backing him, giving him a leg up on the offense. But he is gone in the top five. Most draft sites have him gone in the top three.
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That is why we drafted Alphonso Smith, Darcel McBath, and David Bruton along with retaining Josh Barrett.

I think we'll go after another CB, but it'll be a 3rd to 5th rounder that we hope develops into a solid nickel/#2 type, while Alphonso Smith will be called on to develop into a #1.

McBath is already seeing more time on the field, and when healthy Josh Barrett is our TE coverage specialist already. The future of our secondary was installed directly behind the present.
Man, you stole my thoughts when I read the same post. We are poised for grooming our future DBs. We may pick up a middle round guy at CB, but I can see our focus this offseason squarely on DL, LB and OL...possibly QB, but it all depends on how the season shakes out for Orton.
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Old 11-13-2009, 08:16 AM   #17
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That is why we drafted Alphonso Smith, Darcel McBath, and David Bruton along with retaining Josh Barrett.

I think we'll go after another CB, but it'll be a 3rd to 5th rounder that we hope develops into a solid nickel/#2 type, while Alphonso Smith will be called on to develop into a #1.

McBath is already seeing more time on the field, and when healthy Josh Barrett is our TE coverage specialist already. The future of our secondary was installed directly behind the present.

Good point, hopefully McBath can pan out. I guess I should give them more time. Cant get to greedy and hope for a stud like Ed Reed or Palomalu out of the first round. They could just as likely be a bust in the 1st round.
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Man, you stole my thoughts when I read the same post. We are poised for grooming our future DBs. We may pick up a middle round guy at CB, but I can see our focus this offseason squarely on DL, LB and OL...possibly QB, but it all depends on how the season shakes out for Orton.

Ya good points, Maybe if we draft a QB it will even make Orton play better knowing a stud is coming to replace him.
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may be best trade since Hershall Walker
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may be best trade since Hershall Walker

How about the Pats gettin Moss for a 4th rounder(I think) or the vikes getting Jared Allen? Those are two pretty good ones.
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Old 11-13-2009, 08:47 AM   #21
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i'd take any of them but maybe Locker.
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I think Bears will finish 6-10 and have a pick between 6-10. We can get one of those QB's, but I don't see any way McD drafts one.
That would be great if the Bears go 6-10, but your right, as much as I would like it I don't think McD will pick a QB.
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That would be great if the Bears go 6-10, but your right, as much as I would like it I don't think McD will pick a QB.
Well one thing is for sure, Orton, Bradstater, and Simms are not the long term answer. Its been a little painful watching Orton QB this team. Orton is exceptable win Denver is winning but pretty painful to watch when we lose.

McD must have someting up his sleeve btwn 2010 and 2011 to address the QB position.
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Old 11-13-2009, 09:00 AM   #24
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Ryan Mallett. He is a little rough, but he has a big time arm, has elevated the play of Arkansas in the SEC, and is just a gamer. I would take Clausen before him, but Clausen is a consensus top-five pick. The only way we could get that is if Jay decides to have more five INT games.
Have we learned nothing by relying on a big arm? Mallett is not very good at all. He is not agile and has no accuracy. All he is, is a big time arm.
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Old 11-13-2009, 09:01 AM   #25
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Bottom line, we need to inject some young talent into the QB position. We're lacking a playmaker back there right now. I respect parts of Orton's game but the last two weekends have shown a light on his flaws. Expect the better teams to key in and exploit his wobbly passes.
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