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Old 02-11-2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default Picking Apart Jay Cutler

I know, I know, who cares about Jay Cutler. But this is hilarious and too good not to share. An analysis by Ron Jaworski of every one of Cutler's 26 interceptions.

http://www.suntimes.com/sports/footb...allery?index=0
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Old 02-11-2010, 05:28 PM   #2
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Protection wasn't Cutler's problem
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on February 11, 2010 3:44 PM ET

Masochistic Chicago Bears fans were given a treat Thursday. Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times examined all 26 of Jay Cutler's interceptions in grisly detail, with a huge assist from Ron Jaworski,.

The amazing takeaway is that protection problems weren't the cause of any of the interceptions. Sure, Orlando Pace was a bust. But this analysis supports my subjective thought that the Bears were far worse in their run blocking than their pass protection last year.

Most of Jay Cutler's picks came from mental mistakes, with some mechanical issues thrown in. That's why "Jaws" thinks Mike Martz is the perfect tutor for Cutler to fulfill his potential, if Cutler is willing to listen.


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...tlers-problem/
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Protection wasn't Cutler's problem
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on February 11, 2010 3:44 PM ET

Masochistic Chicago Bears fans were given a treat Thursday. Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times examined all 26 of Jay Cutler's interceptions in grisly detail, with a huge assist from Ron Jaworski,.

The amazing takeaway is that protection problems weren't the cause of any of the interceptions. Sure, Orlando Pace was a bust. But this analysis supports my subjective thought that the Bears were far worse in their run blocking than their pass protection last year.

Most of Jay Cutler's picks came from mental mistakes, with some mechanical issues thrown in. That's why "Jaws" thinks Mike Martz is the perfect tutor for Cutler to fulfill his potential, if Cutler is willing to listen.


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...tlers-problem/
Were there actually people blaming Cutler's picks on pass protection? He has always thrown bad passes when he was under almost no pressure, usually to a receiver that he's been staring down for 3 seconds. It's because he isn't that good and doesn't work very hard to get better (or if he does work hard to get better, it isn't translating).

He also doesn't seem to understand game management at all. He needs to learn that checking down is ok when nothing else is open and that you don't force a bad throw on 1st down or wait for routes to develop when the other team is blitzing.

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Old 02-11-2010, 06:25 PM   #5
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Looks like they breakdown into approximately: 40% bad decisions, 30% poor mechanics/poor throws and 30% good plays by defenders.

Jay could really use some advise from a QB developing coach. Instead Martz will get him killed.
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there were a number of people who refuse to believe it could have possibly been his fault and yeah pass protection was one of the many excuses the jay-4-lifers gave
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Old 02-11-2010, 07:10 PM   #7
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Pass protection wasn't Jay's problem in Denver, either.

Maybe it's Jay?
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Pretty much goes with what I have always said he struggles with his progressions. Where you at BigP*$$Chris? How many times did they say in there I don't know why you don't check it down.
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Jay could really use some advise from a QB developing coach.
Too bad he ran himself out of the city that just acquired the best QB developing coach in the league.

This was pretty good analysis here, although not surprising for anyone who watched Jay with an objective outlook this season.
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So happy with the trade wish Smith had shown more though.
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Old 02-11-2010, 08:20 PM   #11
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On my drive today I was listening to ESPN Radio (Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo) and they were discussing Danica Patrick and her push in NASCAR and about how she has acted over the years when things don't go her way....

Anyway Ryen Russillio called her the female Jay Cutler!
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So happy with the trade wish Smith had shown more though.
i am not ready to give up on Smith. not all corners come into the NFL and immediately kick ass. it is a very difficult position to transition from college to the NFL. he has way too much natural ability to not at least be a decent eventual starter.
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According how Bears fans see it, only 2 of those intercptions were Cutler's fault...
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i am not ready to give up on Smith. not all corners come into the NFL and immediately kick ass. it is a very difficult position to transition from college to the NFL. he has way too much natural ability to not at least be a decent eventual starter.
Oh I haven't given up on him I just wish he had a better rookie outing, I mean we had to exhume Ty Law to fill in.
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Oh I haven't given up on him I just wish he had a better rookie outing, I mean we had to exhume Ty Law to fill in.
That's hilarious, man!
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Looks like they breakdown into approximately: 40% bad decisions, 30% poor mechanics/poor throws and 30% good plays by defenders.

Jay could really use some advise from a QB developing coach. Instead Martz will get him killed.
I only counted 3 good plays by defenders.

More like 65% poor decisions, 25% mechanics, and 10% good defense.
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According how Bears fans see it, only 2 of those intercptions were Cutler's fault...
Most of the Bears fan's I know don't like the guy. There are a ton of Chicago people here in Arizona too.
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Most of the Bears fan's I know don't like the guy. There are a ton of Chicago people here in Arizona too.
I'm referring to those from the team website board...
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Most of the Bears fan's I know don't like the guy. There are a ton of Chicago people here in Arizona too.
The ones I know are split about 60/40 with the majority not liking him too much.
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The ones I know are split about 60/40 with the majority not liking him too much.
Those numbers were close to what the fan base here felt about Jay.
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What's funny to me is how so many of you want to write Jay's ticket to Ryan Leafdom so quickly.

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YEAR TEAM G CMP ATT PCT YDS AVG TD LNG INT RAT
1991 ATL 2 0 4 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 2 0.0
1992 GNB 15 302 471 64.1 3227 6.9 18 76 13 85.3
1993 GNB 16 318 522 60.9 3303 6.3 19 66 24 72.2
1994 GNB 16 363 582 62.4 3882 6.7 33 49 14 90.7
1995 GNB 16 359 570 63.0 4413 7.7 38 99 13 99.5
1996 GNB 16 325 543 59.9 3899 7.2 39 80 13 95.8
1997 GNB 16 304 513 59.3 3867 7.5 35 74 16 92.6
1998 GNB 16 347 551 63.0 4212 7.6 31 84 23 87.8
1999 GNB 16 341 595 57.3 4091 6.9 22 74 23 74.7
2000 GNB 16 338 580 58.3 3812 6.6 20 67 16 78.0
2001 GNB 16 314 510 61.6 3921 7.7 32 67 15 94.1
2002 GNB 16 341 551 61.9 3658 6.6 27 85 16 85.6
2003 GNB 16 308 471 65.4 3361 7.1 32 66 21 90.4
2004 GNB 16 346 540 64.1 4088 7.6 30 79 17 92.4
2005 GNB 16 372 607 61.3 3881 6.4 20 59 29 70.9
2006 GNB 16 343 613 56.0 3885 6.3 18 82 18 72.7
2007 GNB 16 356 535 66.5 4155 7.8 28 82 15 95.7
2008 NYJ 16 343 522 65.7 3472 6.7 22 56 22 81.0
2009 MIN 16 363 531 68.4 4202 7.9 33 63 7 107.2
Career 289 6083 9811 62.0 69329 7.1 497 99 317 86.6

Take a look at the above stats...this guys headed to the HOF folks. With a little of luck and some good coaching...Cutler will be headed in the same direction. Take a look at Favre's 3rd year in the league...he threw 24 picks and only 19 TD's at least Cutler threw more TD's than INT's. Look what Favre was able to accomplish after that year. Yet he still stumbled in 99 and 05. Say what you will, but don't count this guy out just yet.

There first 4yrs in the NFL:
TD INT
Cutler 81 63
Favre 70 53

Cutler threw 10 more picks...but 11 more TD's. Pretty even steven if you ask me.

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There first 4yrs in the NFL:
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Cutler threw 10 more picks...but 11 more TD's. Pretty even steven if you ask me.
How many wins and playoff appearence's and wins for the two? Farve makes players around him better Jay doesn't.
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Those numbers were close to what the fan base here felt about Jay.
No he was a future HOF'er before the trade.

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Oh I haven't given up on him I just wish he had a better rookie outing, I mean we had to exhume Ty Law to fill in.
good point. i was ok with Law, simply because that to me had a Patriots style move written all over it. Bring in the veteran who is past his prime and stick him into a starting role. Patriots do that all the time. the thing that had me a little wary on the guy was when he could beat out the UDFA.

i am still optimistic that he will get it together and be a decent playmaker for us. another year like last season and i will definitely begin to worry.
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No he was a future HOF'er before the trade.
Many of us saw Jay as a spoiled, hard to coach prick with some talent but uncoachable.
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