If I were a Bears fan I would be excited that the franchise actually did something about their QB situation, but I would be a little nervous with how the Cutler experiment will actually pan out.
I think you describe the situation to a t. That is dead on. The Bears actually made a move, which is incredible, but we have yet to see how well it will work out. I still remember the Rick Mirer deal (although it is unfair to Cutler to compare him to Mirer).
I know no one here really cares, but it will be really interesting to see how Jason Campbell reacts.
Daniel Snyder reportedly REALLY wanted Cutler, so the Redskins basically just did the exact thing to Campbell as Denver did to Cutler and really ****** him off.
What i heard this morning on mike and mike. Campbell is way more mature then Cutler. Campbell said something like if things need to happen then they happen. Made it sound like he knows it is a business. unlike cutler how for some reason thought everyone that gets drafted to a team has to stay at that team for the rest of their career now matter what.
As a Packer fan, I can only thank God that he didn't go to the Vikings, who actually have some other players. No offense to their fans, but the Bears can find a way to screw this up no problem. I'm not a fan of Lovie as an X's and O's coach. When Cutler gets a dose of how unimaginative the Bears' offense is, he's gonna have a fit. And they gave up too much for a temperamental QB who had some good stats primarily because Denver became a passing only team, in my opinion.
"Out of the top five players in the state we got two. One went to Iowa and the other two couldn't get into school, which is about the same thing." ....... Johnny Orr
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