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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by maximus, Apr 1, 2006.
I guess you've become a 'Pom Muncher' too.:grrr:
NO, Cutler is NOT the best QB!!
hahahahaha...:ha: I don't even get that one but that's pretty good.
you fun to screw with)
If he ain't the best, he's pretty close.
I can guarantee you , without any doubt in my mind , that if Jay Cutler had gone to USC as opposed to Vanderbilt, he would be regarded higher than he already is
He didn't climb (not only into the 1st round), but into the Top 10 for nothing
Put Matt Leinart at Vanderbilt and my guess is that the result may have been similar if not worse. Jay won alot of the games Vandy won on his own. The final drive against UT was damn near all Jay
why not jay?
it seems to me that cutler is the best of the top three. you know he is smart. he went to vandy for god sake. he's got a strong arm with good accurancy and he has the ability to scramble when the pocket breaks down. leinart is solid and i'm sure would fit right into the offense, but he already looks like he is in his 30's, the way he moves around makes me think he's going to have to retire after next season. as for young, i think the only player you can compare him to is vick and i'd rather have wins than highlights. plus he's from texas.
Simon Cowell says: "It's still a 'no.'"
young has essentially the same record as leinart. and vick has a pretty good winning %
for the last time
winng % has nothing to do with the abilities of the QB
(or at least not everything to do with it)
coaching, intangibles, defense, RB's, WR's, OL all contribute
i'll never know why people relate "greatness" of a QB to his teams wins
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